Layers are an essential part of graphics. Some users who have never used layers but suddenly figure out how they work, can no longer stay away from them, since the layer technique is really functional. An image file can be made of several independent layers that lay on top of each other. When the layers are processed by image editing software they can be processed independently, as if there is only one. For example, if you need to change some text without disturbing the photograph, this is the way to go. You can create multiple versions of a layer and experiment with different effects. You might like to keep an original image and make a separate layer to work with, so you always have the original image layer to fall back on. Some image formats like PSD or PSP support layers, while others like JPEG, BMP, PNG, and GIF cannot preserve layer information – they are flat image formats. ImageConverter Plus can process images with layers. What we can do is combine all the changes introduced in separate image layers into a new photo reflecting each layer’s change.