Processing multiple files


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Processing multiple files

When you have multiple photos that you want to process the same way, you can save yourself time and effort by using the Process Multiple Files command here in the Full Edit workspace. I have a series of three images open that were taken in sequence by John Lorenz photography of me falling into the snow. I know that these were all taken with the same exposure settings and in the same light. I would like to do several things to these photos. I'd like to resize them all so that they're smaller. I'd like to rename them all to give them all meaningful names and I'd like to reformat them changing them from PSD files to JPEGs.

I can do all that and more by going up to the File menu and choosing Process Multiple Files. That opens this large dialog box that's basically just a form that you can fill out starting at the top and working your way through to the bottom. The first field asks which files I want to process. I could choose a folder full of files. I could choose to import...

Processing multiple files
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Processing multiple files provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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