Hi thanks for the answer !
Is it possible to keep the different layers after using image magik?

2012/6/7 James Cloos <cl...@jhcloos.com>

> >>>>> "CB" == Cécile Barbe <cclba...@gmail.com> writes:
> CB> I try  to open a photoshop image file with gimp.
> CB> But it says there is a prolem with the cymk color.
> Gimp's psd filter does not seem to handle cmyk psd files.
> A quick test confirms that gimp's tiff import filter does.
> If you use imagemagick or graphicsmagick to convert the psd to tiff you
> will be able to open it in gimp.
> If you do not care about preserving the CMYK nature of the file, you
> could convert to png instead of tiff, which will force the image to rgb.
> I tested with:
> :; gm convert foo_cmyk.psd foo_cmyk.tif
> :; gimp foo_cmyk.tif
> Imagemagick's convert should work just as well.
> (I used ghostscript's psdcmyk output device to create the psd which I
> used for the test.  Ghostscript creates rather simple psd files; files
> created by photoshop might not convert as well.  YMMV.)
> -JimC
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> James Cloos <cl...@jhcloos.com>         OpenPGP: 1024D/ED7DAEA6
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