Photoshop :: Save As Action / Resize One Image To 4 Different Sizes

Aug 10, 2012

I am trying to resize one image to 4 different sizes. So far I have an action created to do all of this, with only one minor problem. Whenever it saves the images, they are always saved as the wrong file name. I was wondering if there would be a way to keep the original file name, but then add a suffix to it- all within the action.
If it's not possible to automatically add a suffix, how do I keep the original file name when it's saving within the action?
I found an older post (URL...) that was very similar to what I'm trying to accomplish, but the question was never fully resolved.

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i create an action with a save for web command, i change the image size to 400x400 pixels. But when i run the action on a larger or smaller image the image size will change proportionatly. Not 400x400pixels. If i add to the action before i save for web to resize the image through the menu commands i end up with lost resolution.

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I've got Photoshop CS4 and have created an action. However, for the life of me, I can't figure out how to save the action to a file so I can share it with others. The action converts a PSD to JPG and exports it for the web. How do you save an action so you can share it? I don't want to share all of my actions -- just this one.

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Using PS7 I need to make an action that allows me to type in a different name each time when saving a file. ... this is basic but I just can't seem to get it.

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