How do I save a project?
To get started with Topaz Studio Projects (.tsp), you'll want to select File → Save As..., first. When you see the Save As window, you can select Project Files (*.tsp), as shown below:
How do I open/edit a project?
We've all been there. You edit a picture, but forgot how you did it. Which Adjustment did I use? Or -- even worse, you want to make a minor change, but you can't. Instead, you're forced to do mental gymnastics to remember what you did to get the effect you made, then proceed to tweak the image. Well, those days are long gone! With the Topaz Studio 1.2 update, we've added Topaz Studio Project Files! The format is .TSP, which stands for "Topaz Studio Project".
Topaz Studio Project File Icons will be shown in a future update. Current version (1.2.6) does not have icons at this time.
RAW File Support
Right out of the box!
Topaz Studio is a RAW editor. So, it only makes sense that our project files work with RAW files, too! We've put in a tremendous amount of work to ensure that the project save process retains all the detail and metadata in your image (TIFF conversion, uncompressed). This means you never have to pause to consider whether your files will work, or if that RAW edit you made can be recalled at a later time. Just open the project up, and get back to editing!