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Illustrator and Photoshop Workflow with Rasterino

posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Illustrator Tips / Tool/ Comments: 1

In-line editing of the Embedded images outside Adobe Illustrator in raster graphics editors like Photoshop using native functions is impossible. To do this you first need to unembed an image. Rasterino allows conducting in-line editing of the Embedded images in a much easier and faster way. I’m hoping that you have already experienced using Rasterino if not, download 14 day free trials now!

To demonstrate the Edit Image function I will use Pear image from Shutterstock, to which the Drop Shadow effect was applied (Effect > Stylize > Drop Shadow …).

Select the embedded image and open the Rasterino panel (Window > Rasterino > Rasterino panel). Now click on the Edit Image button in the panel.

This will lead to opening of an image in Photoshop in a temporary file.

Now you can edit the image as you need, for example, remove the white background.

You can read full version of this tutorial on AstuteGraphics.com....

Total comments: 1
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1 narutu   (2015 Jan 21 19:35)
With all due respect I really like this site... and think Astute Graphics are a Godsend for illustrator users however it's really sad that every time I visit here now the coverage seems to be around 80% Astute Graphics or more... Why not just rename the site Astute Graphics Tutorials?

What's left then for hobbyist Illustrator users, Students and people trying to learn the app who cannot afford Astute?

Please get back to great Illustrator Tutorials for all, and the quicker the better!

Thanks Iaroslav... I hope you hear me!

Astute provide a bunch of great tutorials for their products on their own site...and even on youtube. Maybe you could post the relevant tutorials there or have a separate tab on this page exclusively dedicated to Astute stuff!

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