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Can't import my PSD file into Live2D editor.

Hello everyone, I'm having issues importing my PSD into Live2D Editor. I checked the layer names, the layer modes, the color mode and 8 bit stuff. I also tried copying all the layers and saving it in the new PSD file. Moreover, other people I send my model to are able to import it with no issues.

On my PC, I can only open my model if I delete ~half of it, which means deleting everything below waist and also lowering the resolution. However, sample models from the official site can be opened easily (like Natori fullbody model).

I use Clip Studio Paint for creation of PSD files and I use PRO version of Live2D Cubism.

My PC specs are:
CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 @ 3.2 GHz
GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti 6 Gb
RAM: 16 GB
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  • @shushafox

    Thank you for your continued use of our product.

    Please send us a DM with the PSD file that causes the problem so we can look into it.
    Best regards.

    [How to send a direct message]
    Click on my name, "enoko_Staff".
    My profile screen will open. Click on [Message] in the top right corner.
    The message sending screen opens.
    Click on the icon [Attach file] and select the file.
    Click [Post Message] to send the message.
    (Please compress the file. If the file is too large to be attached, use an upload site or similar)
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