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Is it possible to convert JPG to PSD

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by nemis1s9, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. techntuts

    techntuts Member

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    #41
    Yes that impossible...
    SEMrush
    But you can create a similar PSD using the image... but it take some time...
     
    techntuts, Mar 7, 2011 IP
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  2. Sanmeet Singh

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    #42
    it is not possible te convert jpg to psd..if any 1 tell is possible then tell me how we can?? bt i bet on that this is impossible...
     
    Sanmeet Singh, Feb 19, 2014 IP
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    creativegeek Peon

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    #43
    Actually you cannot get the layers back seperated from each other instead you can open the jpg image in photoshop and recreate it into a psd file by saving it with .psd extension.But you can also search google for more information like there are many online tools available for psd to jpg conversion you can try them out.
     
    creativegeek, Feb 21, 2014 IP
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    #44
    Yes! It's not possible... but after editing in jpeg it's possible...
     
    Ramzan Ra, Feb 24, 2014 IP
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    averyz Well-Known Member

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    #45
    I have never seen so many worthless answers in my life what a waste of thread..
     
    averyz, Feb 24, 2014 IP
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    shafeeq6pk Member

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    #46
    ya possible
    Just save as and select the PSD format then save that.
     
    shafeeq6pk, Mar 10, 2014 IP
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    Froggys Greenhorn

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    #47
    No it isn't,lol just kidding.
     
    Froggys, Aug 26, 2016 IP
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    #48
    it's not possible.
     
  9. thesdl

    thesdl Member

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    #49
    No you can't. From PSD file you can save your image as JPEG, JPG, PNG or any other supported format. But from a JPG file you can't get back the original PSD file.
     
    thesdl, Sep 16, 2016 IP
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    VwishSolution Member

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    #50
    No it is not possible you cannot convert the JPG file to PSD file to get the layers. But you can open the JPG file into photoshop and do some changes in design create layers after that you can save as .psd file.
     
    VwishSolution, Sep 19, 2016 IP
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    #51
    If you convert in PSD format you will not get all the layers, the only you get is the image as a background layer.
     
    Maria Watson, Sep 20, 2016 IP
  12. Abdullah Allamin

    Abdullah Allamin Greenhorn

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    #52
    Open your image with a Photoshop, click File, select save as , then select PSD from format bar. then select ok. That's it.
     
    Abdullah Allamin, Sep 27, 2016 IP