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HUE Photoshop Panel overview
HUE Photoshop Panel overview

General use of HUE Photoshop panel

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Written by Ha Ngan Nguyen
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HUE is our desktop application that allows photo retouching teams to better manage their post-production workflows. HUE has two components, a standalone desktop app, where you can manage all of your tasks, and a photoshop extension that allows you to manage the images you are editing within Photoshop.

You can download HUE from the below link for both Windows and macOS:

HUE in Photoshop

You need to pick a task via HUE desktop app. Once you are ready to start working on your first task, all you have to do is click open and Photoshop will open with the task ready and waiting for you! On the left-hand side, you will see the HUE extension.

With the HUE panel, you will be able to see all the images in that set that you need to edit along with relevant examples if available. These examples are set in the style guide Internal Post-production.

When you are done working on an image you can export it in the appropriate format, or make any adjustments that are needed. These output requirements are set according to your presets and HUE will show all the needed information.

Once an image has been exported a green bar will appear under it, indicating that it has been exported successfully.

Use “shift+ctrl+e” or “shift+meta+e” to Export an image.

Once the whole set of images has been exported, you will see a green upload button appear and you can then, upload the full set.

You can either export a single image or use the button Export All for the whole set of images.

Use “ctrl+shift+alt+e” or “ctrl+shift+meta+e” to Export all images.

When you click on the UPLOAD button, the images will be sent back to Creative Force, and your next task will open up right away.

As per the default upload logic, HUE will:

  • Do one upload at each time

  • Upload two images at each time

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