I have a photoshop file with layered componpents that I am animating. I need to save each layer of each element as a png file with the same dimensions (so if a box moves, 3 layers of the psd file have to be saved as pngs the exact same size, fitting all 3 box shapes within).
Currently, I am cropping the psd, then saving each layer individually, then un-cropping and doing it again with another component. Which is so annoying.
My question is, is there a way to select an area of a psd file (and not a slice, because I don't want hundreds of non-files being saved at the same time) and do like a 'copy merged' but have it save the component it copied to a new file the same dimension as the selected area and not just the element of whatever was inside the selected area (so keeping all the blank space)?