Scripts are a more advanced form of actions, as they are created with programming languages. They allow Adobe Photoshop to perform very complex tasks. Can you process multiple images? In this video, Richard Harrington demonstrates how to use the image processor to process multiple images in Adobe Photoshop.
- Scripts are a more advanced form of Actions.…They allow Photoshop to perform very complex tasks.…Now, it is possible to write your own scripts,…but this gets into a programming language…that you might not be familiar with.…However, Photoshop comes with many available scripts…that are quite useful.…Let's start with the image processor script.…What I can do is select a whole group of images…from a chute, and using the image processor script,…there's a lot of things I can do.…Now, I can select these in bridge, and invoke this…from the tools Photoshop menu, and you'll find…image processor, or if you go into Photoshop,…I can choose file, scripts, image processor.…
This allows me to decide what to do.…For example, I can choose to use all of my open files.…Or, select a particular folder.…Let's go ahead and browse, here,…and I'll choose from Folder Three, 3.1.…And click OK.…Now, I can decide where I want the images stored.…I'll put them back in the same location, here.…If you're using sub-folders,…you could even choose to keep them organized that way.…
- 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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