How to Use Image Processor to batch process multiple files Photoshop CC


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Using Image Processor to batch process multiple files

Another way to process several images and save them out as different file formats without having to go through camera raw is by using image processor. Now typically, I will use Image Processor after making all of my necessary adjustments to all of my files. So we'll start in Bridge with the first four images selected here and then I'll choose the Tools menu and then Photoshop and Image Processor. Now Photoshop isn't running. It will automatically be launched and then you will see the Image Processors script appear in Photoshop. So sine I had already selected the images to process in Bridge, image processor knows that and it's showing me that it's got the four images that it's going to process.

I can then tell Image Processor where to save the files. If I want to save them in the same location or if I want to save them to a different folder. In this case we'll just save them to the same location and I'm going to save as a JPEG file as well as...

Using Image Processor to batch process multiple files
Video duration: 3m 39s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Using Image Processor to batch process multiple files provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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