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  • JohnR
    Actions/Batches are Driving Me Insane
    by JohnR
    I make an action to open a pict file, crop it, "save to web" as low rez jpeg, named "26a.jpeg", save it, then close original file with no save. Stop making the action.

    So I go to do a batch on a folder of picts all the same size and rez.

    I tell the batch...
    08-26-2004, 03:32 PM
  • maverick911
    New Action in Photoshop - Help
    by maverick911
    I am trying to create a Droplet in Photoshop to resize and frame batches of shots using Mikes Framer. Firstly, I am recording the framing action. In order to do that I have to open an image to record the process. I am then creating the droplet to use that recording.
    Now I find that whatever image...
    07-09-2008, 02:25 PM
  • Vienaragis
    Batch --> Save for Web
    by Vienaragis
    I've seen a few posts on this via the search function, but nothing addressing my specific problem, so I apologize if this seems redundant to some as I'm having a lot of trouble understanding this.

    I've been using actions to help quicken the process of making some content I need. One of...
    03-31-2009, 12:43 PM
  • norcalmotocross
    Batch Camera RAW processing Issue
    by norcalmotocross
    I am having some issues processing some RAW files in batch.

    I am trying to create an action to open, +25 Saturation and adjust the temp.

    These are the steps
    I create my action and start recording.
    File Open - Pick File
    Make Adjustments in Camera RAW...
    05-31-2009, 06:07 PM
  • kenwood
    Batch processing, saving to jpeg dialog pops up
    by kenwood
    I am trying to batch process a set of jpeg files using photoshop action (cs2). The part of my action is close and save the image. However when I run the action, the save to jpeg dialog box pops up, and I had to manually click on save for the action to continue. Is there any way to prevent the box...
    12-01-2007, 04:53 PM