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Open PSD files with gimp

Posted on 2012-03-10
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I have a layered PSD file that I want to open in GIMP.  It gives an error citing that it cannot separate cmyk.  Not good.  Assistance is greatly appreciated.
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http://www.gimpusers.com/forums/gimp-user/13731-opening-cmyk-psd

Scribus with a
good ICC profile will convert the RGB components to CMYK automatically.
The developmental version of Scribus, 1.5.0, will also convert to the
PDF X/1-a:2001 format required by LSI and other printers.
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Lasmith05,
Thank you for your response. Can you walk me through the procedure?
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I was looking for a step-by-step instruction
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