In Gimp, you can export to Photoshop format easily. Open your XCF file in GIMP and click File > Export. Choose “Photoshop Image” (PSD) as the file format, and hit Export.
How do I convert XCF to Photoshop?
How to convert XCF to PSD
- Upload xcf-file(s) Select files from Computer, Google Drive, Dropbox, URL or by dragging it on the page.
- Choose “to psd” Choose psd or any other format you need as a result (more than 200 formats supported)
- Download your psd.
What programs can open XCF files?
XCF files created from any version of GIMP can be opened with the latest version. IrfanView, XnView, Inkscape, Paint.NET, CinePaint, digiKam, Krita, Seashore, and several other image editors/viewers also work with XCF files.
Can Adobe Photoshop open GIMP files?
In Photoshop, open the image and go to Image -> Mode and select 8 bits per colour. Then save it. The file will then open in GIMP with its layers intact.
Can GIMP export to PSD?
GIMP supports both opening and exporting of PSD files.
What are XCF files?
XCF is a file extension for an image file native to GIMP. XCF stands for eXperimental Computing Facility. Similar to a Photoshop Document (PSD), XCF files support saving layers, channels, transparency, paths and guides, yet don’t support saving the undo history.
What are .PNG files?
PNG is short for Portable Network Graphic, a type of raster image file. It’s particularly popular file type with web designers because it can handle graphics with transparent or semi-transparent backgrounds.
How do I use XCF files?
- Open the XCF file using GIMP.
- Click on File.
- Click on Export.
- Enter a filename. It’ll be saved as PNG by default. You can use any other format by simply adding the extension to your filename (like image. jpg , image. bmp ) or selecting another file format in the bottom right of the export window.
- Click on Export.
How does GIMP compare to Photoshop?
GIMP is a FREE image editing software whereas Photoshop is a PAID image editing software. GIMP and Photoshop both contains numerous plugins, but photoshop plugins are designed by the famous photo brands like Phase One, Kodak, and more. GIMP contains fewer tools while Photoshop contains a lot of tools.