Using the Image Processor


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Using the Image Processor

One of my favorite features in Photoshop is the Image Processor. I use it all the time when I want to do some common things to multiple images. And by common things, I mean resizing multiple images, or changing their file formats, or adding copyright information. You can even use the Image Processor to run some actions on multiple files, as an alternative to batch processing. You can invoke the Image Processor either from Photoshop or from Bridge. Let me show you what happens when you try to run the Image Processor from Photoshop. I am going to go to the File menu and down to Scripts and over to Image Processor.

The very first step here asks you to choose the images that you want to process. If you haven't already put those images into a separate folder then you would have open all the images in Photoshop and select Use open images. So if you have a lot of images to process and you haven't put them in a folder, it's a lot more efficient, to just start from Bridge. Let me show...

Using the Image Processor
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Using the Image Processor provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS4 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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