Have you ever had to resize a number of images and you go through the procedure one photograph at a moment? You don’t have to endure spending hours. You can resize any number of photographs utilizing the Image Processor found in Photoshop. Let’s say they all must be 800 pixels on the long side — not a issue for the Image Processor and you would like to make a Facebook record of 20 images. What if you need to send 30 low res images, every 500 pixels on the long side, in an email? Not an Issue for the Image Processor. What if you want to decorate your walls along with the laboratory requires each image sized to 4000 pixels.
There are 3 ways to load your pictures
Choice 1 – open all the documents you will need to resize in Photoshop.
Choice 2 – create a folder and open the folder using Bridge.
Choice 3 – navigate from there and go right to the Image Processor dialog box.
USING OPEN FILES IN PHOTOSHOP:
To access the Image Processor for those who have all the files open in Photoshop, go to File>Scripts>Image Processor.
To access the Image Processor for those who have all the documents in a separate folder at Bridge, go to Tools>Photoshop>Image Processor. Be sure to highlight the pictures that you would like to resize before to obtaining the dialogue box.
GO DIRECTLY TO THE IMAGE PROCESSOR
Use either method above to navigate to the Image Processor dialog box and choose how you would like to access the images in Task 1 of the box: “Use Open Images” OR “Select Folder”
Part 1: This part allows you to ascertain which images get processed based on how that you access them as described above.
Section two of the Dialog Box determines where you would like the processed images to look. I suggest using the SAVE IN SAME LOCATION button. A SUB folder is going to be set under the folder from wherever the images originated. This folder’s title is going to be dependent upon the sort of document you choose in Task 3: TIFF or Either JPEG / PSD /. Should you need to place the processed images to a specific location, enable the “Select Folder” radial button and pick the folder that you want as the last destination.
Section 3 of the Dialog Box determines what kind of file type you’ll need as an end product. Since I mostly use the Image Processor to make images to create a Facebook record, I convert them and choose a quality of 12, the JPEG option. If your photographs necessitate TIFFs or PSDs, be sure to put a check in the appropriate square.
The power of the Image Processor is found at the placing on the side of the File Type section. This part determines. If you would like to produce a batch of 500-pixel wide or higher photographs and you have a mixed bag of horizontals and verticals, simply input 500 to the W along with H boxes. This establishes that the long side of the photograph. The resulting image will be shorter your pictures will be correctly sized. Be sure to input the measurements, should you need PSDs or TIFFs.
Task 4 allows you to include Preferences, if necessary. You add the ICC Profile, include a copyright to the image, and can run an Action if required. The default is assessed to run the ICC Profile. Select its origin, should you need to run an action, or input the text, when you want to bring a copyright. Once done, hit the Run button, sit back and see Photoshop perform your job.
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