Tracing in Batch mode with Adobe Bridge


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Tracing in Batch mode with Adobe Bridge

There is no question that the Live Trace feature inside of Illustrator can be incredibly fun to use. However, there may be times when you are working that you need to apply a Live Trace to many, many objects and it can be somewhat tedious to have to open up each individual file and apply a Live Trace setting to it and you just wish that there was some way to automate that process. Well, the good news is that there is inside of Adobe Bridge. I'm going to switch over to Bridge, which is a completely different application I can use to visually browse my files, and I'll point to my desktop here. I can select any image that I want to. In this case, I'll actually select four images on my desktop.

Next, I'll go to the Tools menu and I'll choose Illustrator, and then I could choose an option here called Live Trace. This launches a Bridge script that allows me to apply Live Trace to multiple images at one time. Here I can choose a Tracing Preset. Notice by the way that som...

Tracing in Batch mode with Adobe Bridge
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Tracing in Batch mode with Adobe Bridge provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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Illustrator
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