Now that you can create actions in Adobe Photoshop, you can also take advantage of automation commands. This is a whole category of commands that save time on repetitive tasks, and are built into the Photoshop file menu. In this video, Richard Harrington demonstrates how to create a PDF presentation in Photoshop.
- If you're looking to take a collection of images…and bundle them up into a slideshow,…Photoshop actually has that ability.…You don't need to export all your images,…and then go to an application like Keynote or PowerPoint.…Rather, you can build a simple presentation…as a PDF file that's easy to share with others.…You can use this for a quick presentation,…or to send it and let others view the content very easily.…Here's how:…From the Photoshop file menu,…choose Automate, PDF presentation.…
You now need to browse and load the files.…Click the browse button…and navigate to the images you want.…I'm going to go to my exercise files…and go to Folder 2-2.…In here are a collection of images.…You can select individual files by clicking on them,…or to get everything,…just press Control- or Command-A and click Open,…and you see they're added.…
You can continue to browse…to multiple places to add even more.…And if you've already got a bunch of images already open,…just check the box for "Add Open Files."…This way, if you've been working all day…
- Saving images in different file formats
- Creating actions
- Recording actions
- Batch processing
- Creating droplets
- Working with variables
- Scripting in Photoshop
Skill Level Intermediate
Bridge CC 2015 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost1h 13m Beginner
1. Understanding Actions
2. Automating Commands
3. Using Scripts
Wrapping up1m 35s
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