Whether you are exporting multiple custom images or resizing multiple stock images, you don’t have to do them one by one. Save some time by using batch actions!
What you will be doing is making an action that saves files with the settings you want. To start, do the following:
- File > Scripts > Image Processor
- Select the images to process – open images or use folders.
- Select location to save processed images – save in same location or select a different folder.
- Select the file type – save as JPEG, PSD, and TIFF.
- Select Quality, Maximize compatibility, or LZW compression.
- You can also select to resize to fit.
- Select your preferences – run actions, add copyright info, or include ICC profile.
- Run or Save the Image Processor.
There is also File > Automate > Batch, which you would think would be for bulk saving images in different sizes and formats. Unfortunately, the play sets and actions don’t seem to do these kinds of tasks.
This will save a bunch of time if you need to resize or optimize your images! Do you do something different?
What scripts in Photoshop do you use to save time with your web images?
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