When creating a new Stamped, I'm getting some weird behaviour.
I've opened a raw image for editing. Call this the Base Layer. I want to use part of the image to mask out undesirable parts. I duplicate the base layer, so I know have Base and Layer 1. I reduce the opacity on Layer 1 and use the transform tool to shift/position it where I want it, then work with masking to give me the desired replacement area. Seems to work fine. I then duplicate Layer 1 and from it create Layer 2 and repeat the process. So now I have 3 layers. When editing, everything looks fine with all 3 layers visible. If I enable/disable viewing for each of the layers, they seem to be doing exactly what I want them to do. With the top layer selected, I created a New Stamped Layer. Yuck! It's a mess. The masks seem to be all mixed up and I can see each of the duplicated/shifted images. So I deleted the stamped layer and tried to just export using the 3 layers. The exported jpg looks the same as the Stamped Layer did. I've tried restarting PR, and restarting my laptop...but still the same issue. So now I'm in a place where I have everything edited the way I like it...but can't export it. I can admire my work in ON1 PR...but nowhere else. Any hints would be much appreciated. Thanks!
I'm running the latest version of PR on a Windows laptop with a 6G Nvidia 3060 graphics card.
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