Join Julieanne Kost to discover how to use the Image Processor script to batch process images without having to write an action.
- [Instructor] An easy way to quickly save multiple images…to JPEG, TIFF, or PSD files without having to write…an action in Photoshop is by using the Image Processor…script.…We can access this script from within Photoshop,…or we can access it within Bridge.…Let's start by choosing File, Scripts, Image Processor…and Photoshop.…I can choose to run the processor script on open images…if I have them, but in this case I want to select a folder.…I'll click Select Folder,…navigate to the Chapter 1, and then Image Processor,…and select the PSD files.…
You'll notice I can't select individual images,…just pick a source folder.…Then I can choose where to save my images,…in this case, I'll save in the same location,…and then choose a file type.…I can save as JPEG, PSD or TIFF.…I want to save as JPEG files at the highest quality.…So I'll change my quality setting to 12.…I want to convert the profile to sRGB,…and I want to resize the images so that the maximum…dimension is 1200 pixels.…
So what I'm doing here is I'm creating a box…
- Quickly saving images as different file types
- Creating single and multi-step actions
- Saving and loading actions
- Inserting stops, menu items, and conditionals
- Tips for working with layers
- Using the Batch command
- Creating droplets
- Automatically creating graphics from layers using generators
- Working with variables and scripts
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Quickly Saving Images as Different File Types
2. Action Essentials
3. Tips and Tricks for Recording Actions
4. Using the Batch Command
5. Droplets, Variables, and Scripts
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