Photoshop Layers palette is to be used when one wants to work with Autopano PSD!
- Eyes in the left column are used to make the layer transparent (=nothing) or visible (=100% or adjusted if you wish.) - You can drag and drop a layer where you want it in the stack. - You can duplicate a layer. - You can mask some layer portions: click on the "circle in a rectangle" icon for that and paint the mask (most tools have a selectable "hardness", grandient tool often works great, etc...) - Adjustment layers are probably the greatest Photoshop feature (they are created using the circular half black/half white icon) - By using this palette you can avoid remembering any of the so-called "shortcuts"...
For photographers and especially for panographers this palette is by far the most useful feature of Photoshop. Its very easy to learn: just try, if you did something wrong just type Ctrl Z or use History.
The following is an example of the "by names" correspondence between Autopano layers and Photoshop layers (watch the names at the bottom of the second screen capture and the name in the Photoshop Layers palette.)
You can change the name of Autopano layers (and thus of PS layers) if you wish.
not found the exact location for the option ENABLE layers, when I export the img, I select the extension. psd, but this option DISABLED layers.
If you selected the PSD/PSB extension, then the 'Layers' checkbox is enabled only if you have multiple layers in the editor. Could you please check ? If you want the individual images as layers in photoshop, just check the 'Images' checkbox.