You can export 3D layers in Photoshop as files in several supported formats. This blog post touches upon considerations for exporting 3D layers as U3D files.
To begin with, ensure that any 3D layers that you’re exporting as U3D have only triangular object geometry. Additionally, keep the following export-related limitations in mind:
- Export of higher-level primitives, such as NURBS, splines, and curves, is not supported.
- Texture mapping is limited to only one diffuse map per material. Export of ambient, specular, luminous, or opacity texture maps is not supported.
- Export of material animation is not supported.
While we’re on this topic, let’s take a look at the logic underlying how settings are synchronized.
- Settings stored on Creative Cloud are updated to match the settings on your local machine. Any previously uploaded settings are replaced.
- If you stop the sync operation during upload, settings already synchronized with Creative Cloud remain synchronized.
- Settings on your computer are updated to match the settings stored on Creative Cloud. Settings not stored on Creative Cloud are reverted to their default values on your computer.
- If you cancel the sync operation during download, no changes to the settings are applied to your computer.
I ran into a few questions about settings migration on forums and elsewhere, so I thought a blog post might help. Here are two key considerations to keep in mind:
- Sync Settings synchronizes settings between installations of the same major version of Photoshop. For example, settings are synchronized between a Photoshop CC 14.1 installation and a Photoshop CC version 14.2 installation.
- Sync Settings does not synchronize settings across installations of different Photoshop major versions. For example, Photoshop CC version 14.1 settings are not synchronized with an installation of the 2014 release of Photoshop CC (technically, version 15.0).
If you want to migrate presets/settings from one major version of Photoshop to another, you can do so in one of the following two ways:
- When you first launch the newer version of Photoshop, you are prompted to migrate the presets/settings. Choose Yes.
- At any point in time, select Edit > Presets > Migrate Presets to migrate settings.
Also note that the main preference file is not migrated as part of presets migration.