December 9, 2015
Photoshop CC 2015 now supports SVG files. Choose File > Open and then choose to rasterize the image at the desired file size.
SVG Rasterization options.
Or, to retain the file as vector paths, chose File > Place Embedded or Place Linked. Double click to edit the contents of the Smart Object (the SVG file in Illustrator). In addition, you can drag and drop an SVG from the Libraries panel.
Note: Photoshop only supports static SVG content.
February 19, 2013
If you include White Balance settings in a preset applied to a Raw file, and apply that preset to a JPEG file, Lightroom tries to apply the equivalent white balance adjustment (but using the JPEG scale). Therefore, the White Balance adjustment on a JPEG (using a preset based on a raw file) is necessarily an approximation. We try to do the closest job we can, but results will vary somewhat on a case by case basis.
February 15, 2013
There are a number of file types that Lightroom supports including an extensive list of Camera Raw Formats (for a complete list click here), DNG, JPEG PSD, TIFF, and AVI, MOV, MP4, AVCHD and other digital video files from digital still cameras (click here for a complete list). But every once in a while, I run into a file that Lightroom can’t open because there are a few exceptions:
• PNG (although they can be used for Identity Plates, Watermarks and Layout Overlay).
• Nikon scanner NEF.
• Files that have the longest dimension greater than 65,000 pixels or are larger than 512 megapixels.
• PSD files saved without Maximize PSD and PSB File Compatibility turned on in the File Handling Preferences.
• 32 bit PSD files.