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quality of Photoshop imported textures

The live2d importing all the photoshop textures into a single file..

looks like it is resizing the image to fit a single texture file, . will it reduce the quality of the image?
if there are too many objects in ps. live2d will resize everything to fit a single texture file...

is there any way to import the textures inside live2d, without resizing and reducing the quality.
on multiple texture files, not a single one..

Thank you so much!


  • Hi james,

    Yes, Modeler automatically reduces file size to fit into a texture file when appropriate.

    At this moment, there is no way of importing a .PSD file into multiple texture files.

    However, as it is one of the top requested features, there may be an update in the future version.
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