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I want to resize dozens of jpeg photos so they are all the same size.  Rather than doing them one at a time, is it possible to do them as a batch in PS CS5?

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Sep 21, 2008

This has been "bugging" me for a while.

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===> i.e. the resulting image is 3888 x 2592
3) use Automate > Fit Image
===> i.e. 1200 pixels (reducing the image by a factor of 3.24)
======> The result should be 1200 x 800 pixels

However the batch conversion would be result in 1200 x 801 pixel.

Even if I were to add a step 2.5 as follows
2.5) image > image size > 1200 x 800

After automate > Fit Image (1200) it would still result in 1200 x 801 pixels!

What's broken with photoshop?
The only fix I've stumbled across so far would be to use an external programme to strip all the exif and attached metadata, only then would the "Fit Image" script work.

Having one extra pixel doesn't really matter most of the times, but it's does get on my nerves.
Advice sought: How can I fix this?

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Mar 28, 2006

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Aug 21, 2008

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Jun 2, 2003

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Dec 16, 2003

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Dec 7, 2007

I will try and describe my situation regarding the manipulation of images that have various dimensions, and to downsize and down sample to a particular uniform size for all. After I can create this so called action, I will then use it to process thousands of images through batch processing.


- [Origin] Folder Containing Hi-Res CMYK camera-ready .tiff photos

- [Destination] Folder containing low-res RGB web .jpg photos

- [New File Preset] 350px wide x 375px tall; RGB; Adobe 1998; White background; 8bit

The current process that I use to get my camera ready files to web pics, is through an action that I have set up.

These steps play in my action (including new file preset, specs above):

-1. Hi-res file contains only 1 layer which contains a mask to cut the image from it's background;

-2. Selection is made from layer mask

-3. Layer is set to active retaining mask selection

-4. copy (image contained within selection is copied)

-5. paste into new file (preset above [New File preset])

From this point I manually size the photo to fit within the new file size preset by transforming the pasted layer and dragging (downsize) by the handles. After this I simply save file as a .jpg

This action is just fine for single files but will not work for batch processing because 99 percent of my hi-res files are much larger than 350x375 which will leave them pasted at actual size and cut off.

My first solution was to include a step in the action that would resize the image down to the size needed. The problem that I am now faced with is that when you include the transform command in an action, it just records the 'percent' value which has varying results.

To sum it up, I would like to batch process many images at once with an action that will take my destination images and manipulate them and store them in my target low-res folder. The final dimensions will be 350px wide x 375px tall which is rectangular. My files vary in size and proportion; some being tall rectangular, wide rectangular, and square. The initial dpi is 300 but when finished it will need to be 72.

I have experimented using the 'image resize' command but not getting a result that will work with all proportions of images.

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Nov 1, 2013

how you would batch resize a ton of photos to 50 % of its original size.The workflow I've had before is going trough image processor and doing the resizing when I'm converting to .jpeg. The only problem with image processor is that the resizing doesn't seem to be smart enough to differenciate horizontal with vertical.

So say I choose a specific resolution of 2880 x 1920p all my horizontal pictures are great, but the vertical ones turn out at 1280 x 1920p. 
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Mar 12, 2009

I am using Photoshop CS3 Extended
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I have images that vary in pixel size and resolution.

This project is for an online gift registry. First, we are hosting the images, but they have restraints due their web/system programming. So what I was told by the company was they need the images to be 300 x 300 pixel images at 72dpi. They said they would settle for 300 width only and let me scale the proportions and not worry about the height as I want to batch the process. But they stressed 300 width and 72dpi.

What I have tried is batch resizing all of them to 300 pixel width, worked fine. Then I batched changing the resolution to 72. But it changed all the pixel dimensions to various sizes. So then I tried to batch 300 pixel width and 72 resolution at one time at it ends up the same way. So what do I need to do to get 300 x 300 pixel and 72dpi?

1)I have read plenty of PPI vs DPI. Is "resolution" in Photoshop, PPI?
2)Was what they probably meant by 72dpi actually 72ppi?
3)How do I accomplish this?

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Aug 20, 2007

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I'm running Photoshop CS 2 on Mac OS X 10.4

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Aug 4, 2004

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Aug 20, 2007

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I am running Photoshop CS2 on Mac OS X 10.4

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Feb 28, 2011

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Oct 2, 2011

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The script I was using was created in X3 so I tried creating an identical script in X4. Regardless of which script I used in the X4 batch process, the same thing happened.

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I am trying to resize multiple photos by using the batch option. I have created an action and then go into batch and select that action. It's not working. Anybody have any ideas on how I can resize my photos all at once??

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Oct 3, 2005

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Apr 16, 2004

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Jun 9, 2004

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Sep 3, 2013

I'm an architect and would like to automate a process we do all the time: shadow studies.

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The Action I created is limited by (a) files open and (b) therefore only applicable to a certain number of open files (if I create the Action with 4 open files, it will only work on 4 files, not 3, not 5).
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