Batch processing an entire folder of images


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Batch processing an entire folder of images

In this movie I'll show you how to use an action to batch process an entire folder full of images. So here I am looking at the two files in my CMYK flat for print folder. Unless you followed along with the previous movie, you won't have any files. Now what we're going to be doing is that we're going to filling up both this folder and the RGB layers folder with copies of the south of France images, 15 in all, right here. So you might figure what you want to do is clear out these folders, but really, all I'm going to do is get rid of my changes so far.

So I'll select it because it was just a test file and I don't like cluttering up things. And I'll press Ctrl + Backspace, or Cmd + Delete on a Mac, and then click OK in order to move that guy to the trash. And then I'll select the RGB layers sub-folder and I'll do the same here. Ctrl + Backspace or Cmd + Delete on the Mac, and then click OK. And the reason that I'm leaving Les Beaux de Province behind in both of t...

Batch processing an entire folder of images
Video duration: 6m 41s 9h 4m Advanced Updated Oct 01, 2014

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Batch processing an entire folder of images provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CC One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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