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Knowledgebase : Power Mask
With your Photoshop Edit > Preferences > Memory & Image Cache > Maximum Used by Photoshop set to to 55% for Windows and 70% for Macintosh, you can use Power Mask with the following image sizes: System Ram Image Size 1.0 GB 8 m...
As with other Photoshop plug-ins and processes, Power Mask uses large contiguous chunks of Ram. You may see out of memory errors when Power Mask cannot access enough contiguous Ram because you don't have enough Ram or the Ram is too fragmented. If you o...
Power Mask creates masks by painting a trimap--a segmented image consisting of three regions of foreground (what you want to cut out), background and unknown. Partial opacity values are then computed only for pixels inside the unknown region.
Power Mask normally works with two images, but a single image can be used as long as it has a Layer Mask. When you load a single image in Photoshop, it shows up as a locked Background layer in the Layers Palette. To add a Layer Mask, you will need to unlo...
Power Mask normally works with two images: a foreground and a background. Before applying Power Mask, you should place your foreground image in a layer above the background image and then apply a Layer Mask to the foreground layer. Photoshop uses the Laye...
When working with a multi-layer file, Power Mask must be applied to the top layer.
Both EZ Mask and Power Mask are masking tools capable of extracting almost any object in an image--even if you are dealing with fine hair detail, smoke, or reflections. EZ Mask requires less user input, but a rendering step is required. Power Mask requ...