Imerge Pro fully supports common file formats, so most images can be imported without requiring any conversion or modification.
You can import images using the following methods:
- Open the Project menu, and select Import to project.
- Press the keyboard shortcut CTRL+I (CMD+I on Mac).
- In the Content controls for any image layer, press the + icon to add a new image.
- Drag and drop image files onto the canvas or the layer list.
Standard formats are the most commonly used, and support color at up to 8 bits per channel. Color data from these images will be converted up to 16-bits per channel by Imerge, for the best possible quality retention while processing. However, up-converting the color does not add additional color data or quality to the source images.
High quality formats
These formats support higher color bit depths, and can take full advantage of Imerge’s 16-bit processing.
Note that it is best to work with TIFF or RAW files when possible.
These formats are not commonly used for delivery of final images, but are capable of storing extended color data, for the widest color range possible.
- EXR (single layer)
Note that while it is possible to import .psd files that contain multiple layers, they will import into Imerge as a flattened image. The contents of all visible layers will be included, but the separate .psd layers cannot be accessed or edited in Imerge.
For details on what formats you can save to, see Exporting.
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