Photoshop :: Auto Editing And Processing Of Images [Script/Action/Batch]

Jun 10, 2008

I have 30 dirs, each of them with 4 thumbs in it. I want to make one big thumb of every 4 smaller ones, by resizing and fitting them together into square. Like

Thumb1 right next to Thumb2
Thumb3 right next to Thumb4

and then save that image.

Would you give me any direction how to do that? I'm with CS3. I did explore the auto and script options in the File menu, but still unable to get idea how to do that, if possible at all

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Photoshop :: Batch Processing Does Not Work With Action?

May 31, 2013

Here is the thing. I have implementes several action on Photoshop. SOme of the include several  sub actions and  different saving locations. For example, I open a file, then I hit my prefered key combo for that action, and I have:

1) convert to cmyk
2)save  copy as JPG with 11 quality level
3) save to folder A
4) image size to 72 dpi
5) covert to RGB
6) save as JPG 6 quality level
7) save to folder B
8) close file and discard cahnges.
Everything runs like heaven, but the moment I want to batch several files everything stalls.
I choose file > Batch > Choose my set > choose my action
Source > I choose where my files are (usually a PDF)
then I use "Supress file open options dialogs"
Destination>  Since I already have set destinations y my actions, I choose here a "dump" folder
On errors > I hit Save As... and put a name for that log.
Then photohop opens my PDF on Photoshop and does nothing! It keeps my file open. I ma about to work with 400 files to batch, and this batch system does not work.

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Dec 3, 2012

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A test showed that Photoshop's auto-align procedure can do the mapping sufficiently accurate. So now what I want to do is to have Photoshop calculate the mapping parameters once, then apply that projection identically to a batch of images. What I really hope to avoid is for Photoshop to recalculate the mapping separately for every single frame, both because it is a huge waste of time but also because the exact same mapping really should be applied to all images. Is there a way to do this, CS6?

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I have 100's of flat images that I have to chop up into 3 parts and save as individual pieces to then load into a separate piece of software.

My problem is that when I start the batch, the 3 new images it creates for each image are simply overwriting each other when saving.

The options for serial numbers etc in the destination field of batch seems to only work for the original file opened, not the 3 new images the action creates/saves.

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I shoot all my photographs at 7.1MP and would like to batch process them to a smaller size for e-mail. I have a folder with 100 7.1MP images and want to copy then resize them in a new folder keeping the image name the same. I'm hoping to resize them to 100K in size.

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Apr 23, 2012

Takes a jpg draws a shape masks the image adds another shape . So I can batch process a ton of images. I managed to do something like what I'm after but the thing I'm having trouble with is that the original images will have different dimensions.
I have attached (via link) an example image which would be the original (start.jpg), one which would be the desired end result (done.jpg) and the .psd
IF there needs to be a step in the middle of the action where I need to intervene and resize the flat image slightly to fit the canvas it'll still save a load of time.
I know that opening and saving will be taken care of using the batch feature and the result only needs to be a jpg.
Here are the working files -


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Jul 6, 2013

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Apparently this is a known issue in CS6 and previous versions but whether this has been fixed in Photoshop CC?

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I import from light room and use a batch action to create the border.   Thats simple enough,  is it possilbe to create an action or script so that can i drop in a text layer into each of the images without a manually copying the layer text and pasting it into each file ... one at a time . 

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