Chris Mattia teaches you how to use the powerful Image Processor in Photoshop to quickly batch process an entire folder of teaching and learning assets with a single click.
- [Instructor] More often than not…you'll find yourself in a situation…where you have many images that you need to…quickly prepare for distribution to the rest of your class.…If you're preparing a teaching and learning lesson,…perhaps you have documented the entire process…or taken pictures of various stages…on your whiteboard for notes.…There are many scenarios…and Photoshop has you covered for all of them.…Now the first thing that you'll want to do…is make sure that all of your images are all…located inside of the same folder or folder structure.…
Here I have a folder that I've called to process,…and inside of it I've moved copies of many of the images…that we've worked on throughout this course.…I've moved this folder out to my desktop…to make it easier to find.…Now let's go into Photoshop and go up to the file menu…and go down to the scripts menu and select image processor.…Then follow these four steps.…You can choose to process all of your open images…if you've been working on several images inside of Photoshop…
- Mastering the Photoshop user interface
- Making selective adjustments
- Using actions for repetitive tasks
- Fixing common image problems
- Repairing an image with masks
- Preparing images for use on the web
- Creating 360 VR panoramas
- Making an animated GIF
Skill Level Intermediate
Teaching Techniques: Blended Learningwith Chris Mattia1h 37m Intermediate
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Photoshop
2. Image Basics for Teaching and Learning
3. Fixing Common Image Problems
4. Preparing Images for Presentations
5. Creating Web Graphics
6. Videos, Animations, and 360 Media
7. Exporting Images
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