Photoshop :: Automated Saving Of Files In Different Sizes/resolutions

Sep 8, 2002

How can saving files in different Sizes and/or different Resolutions be automated? I think of an action, but I definitely don't know how or if this is possible.

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CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 :: Files Are Saving In Huge Sizes?

Oct 25, 2013

Several days ago I noticed my files sizes were enormous. I was unable to even open them to work on them. Something that was once 517KB becomes 161MB the next time I save it.

After I installed the Corel update this morning, things were back to working as usual. But tonight it's back to the huge files. I saved a simple greeting card file - no halftones, no gradients, etc. It saved at 19.7MB. A few minutes later after making some small changes - saving again it was now 118 MB.

I tried saving to a lower version of Corel and ver 15 it was the same scenario. When saving to 12, 13, & 14 the files were normal, small sizes. But after a few hours even those versions were saving at huge sizes.

I've had a friend check her computer using the same file - she has the exact same computer & on Corel X6. All of her files are nice and small like they are supposed to be.

I've run virus checks and nothing is coming up. I am on Windows 7 64 bit.

Other than recreating all of my files every time I use them - I have no way of saving usable .cdr files.

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Photoshop :: Saving As Multiple Resolutions

Jul 30, 2008

I have a high-res psd 3300-x5100 which I need to save as a thumbnail 200px wide and another 300px wide. Both smaller images are png or gif.

I see that saving a high-res gif and shrinking the gif to thumbnail results in poor text quality.

The psd has text in some layers and I've found that shrinking the psd image size does an excellent job in rendering sharp text in the smaller image.

Here's the problem I'd like to solve. Reducing the psd image size brings a risk that I might accidently save the reduced psd overwriting the high-res master. This would be a disaster. There are several workarounds, saving a temp psd, reduce, save png/gif. But these take clicks, time and disk I/O. Then there's the redundant reduced psd to delete...

Is there a better safe way to save lower resolution gifs?

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Photoshop :: Using Automated Actions, Then Saving As A Jpeg

Jan 28, 2006

using automated actions on my photos for a while, (rotate, re-size etc etc), but whenever I do this, every single time it asks me to complete the "Jpeg Options" box (compression levels).

Can I override this, and just set it so it automatically saves at a particular setting? when i've got hundreds of photos to have to click "ok" on each one!

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Photoshop :: Batch Saving Multiple Sizes

Mar 22, 2007

I'm using Photoshop to create my web images and need to make an "Action" to use the "Save for Web" function where it'll save 3 different image sizes (Small, Medium and Large) with a suffix at the end of the file name ("_s", "_m" and "_l" respectively), but I can't seem to find any way of getting the software to add to the filename without rewritting it completely (which I have to do manually anyway).
I have found the "Output Settings" dialog window and this looks to do everything I want, but I have tried everything I can think of and can't seem to get it working.

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Photoshop :: 2 PCs , 2 Different Resolutions

May 12, 2009

opening the same image on 2 different computers in photoshop 6, results in one of 72 ppi & 1 of 300 ppi.

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Photoshop :: Resolutions Question

Jun 18, 2003

This ones for the experienced PS users. By default, the resolution is 72ppi. I was wondering if anyone had experimented by changing this to a lower or higher number and if the results were better or worse.

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Photoshop :: RAW Processing With Different Screen Resolutions

Oct 12, 2013

I usually do RAW photo editing on Photoshop on my old Fujitsu laptop & have recently I have upgraded to a Mac Book Pro. I have noticed that when I do the same kind of processing on my Mac book, the photos tend to not be as dark & have contrast as I would normally like it to be. Meaning to say, photos that look really dark in on my Mac book look rather greyed & washed out on my Fujitsu, however the photos I have processed on my Fujitsu all look nicely exposed on my Mac book.
 
So is this due to different screen resolutions? Because the photos I have edited on my mac look really different when compared to on my Fujitsu, like the colors etc.

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Photoshop :: Webpage Fit All Screen Resolutions?

Jul 25, 2012

I used to assign certain width numbers for my psd webpages but it creates horizontal scroll bars on small monitors.

Can i do something with my psd file using photoshop in order to make the webpage fit all screen sizes? I don't like horizontal scrollbars appearing when my site loads. On the other hand, I also don't like un-necessary space appearing on large screens when my site loads. I use photoshop 7.

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Photoshop :: Layer & Photo Resolutions

Oct 6, 2004

I create a new blank image 300 pixel/in call land1. Then i add a photo (new layer) 1024 pixel/in to land1. So when I save, the photo inside land1 will stay 1024 p/i or it will be down to 300 p/i . When I merge layers, what is the final resolution? Do I need to make the land1 to 1024 p/i before add new photo?

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Photoshop :: Need Seperate Actions For Different Resolutions

Jul 9, 2008

I've got ton of 50mb tiffs I need to reduce to small jpegs and watermark.

But I made an action and the watermark looked great on some and microscopic on others.

The files that had a resolution of 4000 (from slides per scanner) were fine.

The files that were shot digital -- resolution of 240, watermark was microscopic.

So only solution is to make seperate actions correct? (what a hassle)

Seems so stange in that the files are all same size more or less in size and the resolution really only matters if you print the dang thing, which I'm not doing now!

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Photoshop :: Merging Photos W Different Resolutions

Nov 18, 2007

I'm trying to merge something in a photo I took but the resolutions are different. The original photo is a little more pixalated then the object i'm including in the picture. Whats the best way to ADD pixalation and bring its resolution down to make the picture look worse so they match?

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Photoshop :: KPT 7 FraxFlame 2 Doesn't Do Anything In High Resolutions

May 22, 2004

When i use the FraxFlame 2 filter of KPT 7 (very heavy filter) in Photoshop 7 (also tried in version CS and 6 at work, didn't work) in a small image size, it works fine. When i try it on a big A4 image (300 DPI), the computer starts working, and after a long time, the layer i applied the filter on is unchanged. Strangely enough the use of the filter is in my history panel.

My comp is a WindowsXP with P4 1,7 Ghz and 512 MB RAM.

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Photoshop :: Program To Snag File Dimensions And Resolutions?

Sep 30, 2013

I am looking for a program that will rip through a couple thousand psd files and provide a list (preferably csv or xls file) of file names and corresponding dimensions and resolution for those files.

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VideoStudio :: How To Select Larger Resolutions

Oct 13, 2010

In x2, in project properties, I could select "mpeg2" as the compression type, which would let me select a whole slough of resolutions.

In x3, it seems I can only select DVD pal or DVD ntsc, which of course are extremely limited for the resolution.

I'd like to be able to select 1280x720, for instance. I have old templates I saved from x2 that let me do it, but how else can I do it?

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Photoshop :: Saving PSD Files In CS5.5

Feb 26, 2012

I am new to photoshop and I am having a problem saving my layers in PSD Photoshop cs5.5.  I created 4 layers.The problem is that after saving it as a PSD file and during the save process the layers box is checked, it wont open with all layers.  So if I close the original that has all 4 layers and then reoping it after its saved, its not the same.  The picture looks proper and all layers are in the picture, but on the side properties panel it looks like this..

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Photoshop :: Saving JPG To PDF Files

Sep 23, 2012

Is there a way to save jpg's to PDF files?

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