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Thread: Photoshop CS2: Scratch Disks Are Full?

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    Default Photoshop CS2: Scratch Disks Are Full?

    I get that when i try and copy and past it


    But also i brought a filmstrip fro premier pro to photoshop and edited in lightsabers and now i cant save it as a filmstip andmore, please help

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    In the Photoshop preferences you can select diffrent hard drives as scratch disks. By default it uses your default drive (usually the c:\ drive) Try selecting another drive and one that is not full or almost full.

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    Yea but when i try and save the file, it doesnt give me the option to make it a Filmstrip at all

    What should i do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange
    Yea but when i try and save the file, it doesnt give me the option to make it a Filmstrip at all

    What should i do?
    Flatten all your layers first!

    At least that was the problem I hit when I first did some rotoscoping. Just remember to save the fully layered PSD first as a backup and for any further work.

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