Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting graphics from data sets, part of Design the Web: Automating Web Graphics.
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…Now we're going to have Photoshop generate graphics based on all of these data sets.…So first let's come back to our exercise files.…Let's come in here and create a new folder, called export.…Let's come back to Photoshop.…Come down to Export and come over here and choose Data Sets as Files.…Now inside of this dialogue box here at the…first option is going to be to select a folder.…Let's select this and chose the export folder that we just created inside of our…exercise files. Click Choose.…Next we can chose which data sets.…Notice you can come in here and pick a specific data set.…
Or we can chose all data sets.…I'm going to choose that one.…And then next we can construct the file names that we want to have created.…So Document Name for example, will take banner…which is the name of the Photoshop file.…Add an underscore, then the data set name.…And here we can see the example would be banner_Aruba.…And then finally the file extension.…And unfortunately we can only save out to other Photoshop files.…So we'll get a custom Photoshop file for each one of our data sets.…
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