Hi, I use Autodesk Sketchbook for my drawings/character creations for games. From Sketchbook, I can export .tiff or photoshop .psd (but I don't use photoshop). My question is, can the Photoshop script be edited to work for exporting from Autodesk Sketchbook to Spine so that I don't have to manually scale and save each layer as it's own .png?
I am just looking for the easiest way to take all my drawn layers and turn them into unpadded png's for use in Spine. If anyone else has suggestions, I am totally open.
Since Sketchbook doesn't have a script running functionality I would need something outside of it to run and process the layers into individual png's.
Putting this here for anyone else that might want it, I had Krita already installed and used the built in script to do the below steps:
1. From Autodesk Sketchbook, save drawings as PSD
2. Open drawing from Krita https://krita.org/en/
a. Select all layers
b. Tools > Scripts > Export layers
i. Select document
ii. Select directory
1) ignore invisible layers
2) Export in batchmode
3) Adjust export size to layer content
iv. Image selection
Magic, in a folder as png's
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Indeed, SketchBook doesn't support plugin development. We are thinking about creating an out-of-process exporter of sorts that should work with all kinds of software, provided the software allows exporting layers as individual images. That's still in the planning phase though.
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