Using the Image Processor


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Using the Image Processor

One final way that we can streamline our workflow here inside of Photoshop is to utilize something called the Image Processor. The Image Processor is basically a way of taking multiple images at a time and converting them into a different format in one fell swoop. Let's take a look at how it works. I'm going to go to the File menu and this time instead of going to Automate, I'm going to go down to Scripts. And inside of the Scripts menu I'm going to choose Image Processor. Once I have the Image Processor open, I then have the ability to follow the steps one, two, and three. So let's go to step one first. I'm going to select a folder. In this case I have a folder in my chapter 11 exercise files folder called Image Processor, and it's full of PSD files of flash drives: flash_blue, flash_green, flash_grey, and flash_pink.

I'll hit Open and so basically what I want to do is I want to save a copy of these and I go to step two this time to save in the...

Using the Image Processor
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Using the Image Processor provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Web Design (2012)

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