BROCHURE022

About This PSD Mock-Up

BROCHURE022 is a free mockup template for a letter sized 3 panel brochure. This 8.5×11 inch tri-fold is laying on a surface at a 45° angle with the viewport looking down at the brochure at 30°.

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Specs And Samples

File Format: PSD Action
Type: PSD, Graphics, Covers, Actions
Resolution: 8800x6600 | 300DPI
Width: 280mm
Height: 216mm
Filesize: 15.64 kB
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  • Marita

    Hi, I tred to use this action, but it is not working. I use Photoshop CS6. After Step 2 I see only the first 2 panels from my tri-fold brochure. Can you give me advice what can I do?? thanks

  • http://www.psdcovers.com/ psdcovers

    Hi Marita, please make sure that you are doing the following BEFORE rendering step 2:

    1) Rasterize any smartObjects in your design
    2) Do not hide any layers prior to step 2

    I’m developing a Photoshop panel that should help to minimize these issues.

    :)

    Sincerely,
    Simon

  • Lidia

    I don’t understand why don’t you use Smart Objects? It’s easier! :-)

  • http://www.psdcovers.com/ psdcovers

    Hi Lidia, in some cases it would be easier. In most however, it isn’t. I’ll have to write a post explaining the reasons behind my choices but one of the main reasons is file size.

    Many of the Actions on this site are 14-80kb on average — a PSD with smart objects can be much larger, typically 10-50MB or more.

    Larger files means larger storage requirements, increased hosting costs, more costly hardware to handle the load etc.

    There is also a benefit for users. If we assume that all the Actions on this site were 10MB smart object PSD’s then that would mean you would need 3GIG of space to store those files (not to mention I would be paying the cost of transferring 3GIG of data to you over the web).

    But yes, in general you are correct. Smart objects would be easier in a sense that they would be more compatible with more versions of PS and likely less confusing to some users. But hosting large PSD’s with smart objects is just not practical from my end.

    :)

    Sincerely,
    Simon