Themes from PSD Files
HyperTheme allows you to create a theme from a PSD file. You need to make sure that your image is 1024 pixels wide and 768 pixels high. For each artwork layer you want to bring into HyperTheme from the Photoshop PSD, you'll need to create and properly rename the layer. Remember, you always have to include a Background layer. Say you want to use Artwork2, Artwork3, a Video overlay, and you want to include a wheel image. Additionally you want to have a single image used as a Particle (see Particle Effects tutorial). You would name your layers, from bottom to top: Background, Video (since the video layer is below Artwork2), Artwork3, Artwork3, and Wheel (see image below).
Notice that the Particle image was named Particle3. WHen HyperTheme reads this image into the Particle editor it will automatically assign the image to layer 3. This cannot be swapped in HyperTheme like other images, but you can change the name of that layer, save the PSD, and reimport into HyperTheme. Also, if you use an Opacity less than 100% on any layer in your PSD, you must rasterize the layer before saving the PSD or HyperTheme will not read the transparency.
From here on out, editing the theme is the same as when you create a new theme or edit an existing theme. For more information on editing the artwork settings and animations, as well as particle effects, watch those tutorials available in the HyperTheme menu here on the HyperSpin Docs pages.