M8 is an image format associated with Heretic II, a popular video game from the 1990s. Heretic was considered an innovative first-person shooter at the date of its release, introducing several features that were previously unavailable in video games. An M8 file is also called a MipMap file, containing data related to textures used in the game.
PSD is the default format for handling images using Adobe Photoshop and it represents a layered image file. PSDs allow later editing of available layers, including transparency, masks, alpha channels and texts, among others. After applying all desired editing, PSD files can be saved in Photoshop under more easily recognizable formats, such as JPEG or PNG, which are also smaller in size but flatten the image and hence do not allow later editing of layers.
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Start reaConverter and load all the .m8 files you intend to convert into .psd because, as opposed to most free online converters, reaConverter supports batch conversion. So you can save the time and energy you would lose with doing repetitive operations.
Select M8s from a folder or by drag-and-dropping them directly into the reaConverter window.
Go to the Saving options tab and decide where you want to save new .psd files. You can also spend a few more moments to apply additional editing to the images prepared for conversion.
Then pick the PSD as output format. To help you do this, a series of buttons is conveniently placed at the bottom of the reaConverter window, so you can simply press on the one you need or click Plus button to add new options.
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