Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Batch processing images, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- As teachers and trainers we produce…a lot of media rich content.…In this week's episode we're going to look…at how to batch process images to speed up…your instructional content creation workflow…and allow you to work smarter, not harder.…So what is batch processing?…Well, let's say you take 100 pictures…and you need to include many of those…in your next instructional lesson,…but each image needs to be rotated, scaled, color corrected,…resized, compressed, and renamed.…
If you only spent two to three minutes per image…that's hours of time…to get just the basic processing of your images complete.…Batch processing is a way for you…to make your changes to one image…and then have you computer,…which remember, is really, really good…at doing repetitive tasks,…simply repeat that process for you for the other 99 images.…Now there are dozens of ways to accomplish this…on every platform and program under the sun,…so let's look at some of the most common.…
Now I have four folders here on my desktop.…Glass 1 and 2 each have a few images in them…
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