How to extract all images from a PSD file with 1 command line?

If like me your favorite distribution is Linux then you don’t have Photoshop. Surprisingly, I found one command line to extract all pictures from a PSD file.

In order to do that you need to:

  1. Install imagemagik on your linux distribution.

    #under Debian
    sudo apt-get install imagemagick
    
  2. Type this command line:
    convert my.psd my.png
    

I have to admit this command does not replace Photoshop but your are a real geek right.

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Michael

Originally trained as a sound engineer, I reinvented myself in computer development. In 2010, I got my professional degree as a developer in computer science and I I've started studying Magento framework. I quickly developed my skills in that area at Brand Online Commerce web agency. Today, I work at Soon Agency on Magento ecommerce websites.

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