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Batch processing in CS5. How?

Discussion in 'Photoshop & Editing Chat Forum' started by mickledore, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. mickledore

    mickledore Banned

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    I've been having a look at the trial version of CS5. Took a load of photos this morning and worked on them, as you do.

    Previously I've only used Elements, but once I've done all my work on the RAW files I convert them into JPEGs for publishing etc. I do this by using the Process Multiple Files facilty. This carries out basic tasks such as Auto Levels/Contrast/Colour/Sharpen and then does the conversion into a nominated folder for me.

    I'm trying to find something similar in CS5. Does anything exist or have I to process and convert all files individually?

    Apologies if something is obvious, but I've not got my head round everything in there yet.
     
  2. SeanNeedham

    SeanNeedham Ol' Sparky Honorary Life Member

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  3. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    not seen CS5, but is it under File/Automate?
     
  4. SeanNeedham

    SeanNeedham Ol' Sparky Honorary Life Member

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    I get you now... You are talking about the "image processor"...

    File->Scripts->Image Processor.
     
  5. mickledore

    mickledore Banned

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    I just ckick on File, and there is an option Process Multiple Files. Makes life easy for finishing off images. Lookin g for a similar "shortcut" in CS5.
     
  6. G2EWS

    G2EWS Here a lot Premium Member

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    As Sean has said, except I go into Bridge, select all the photos I want changed then go:

    Tools, Photoshop, Image Processor.

    Regards

    Chris
     

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