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If i open several pics up in photoshop at once, is there a way to re-size all of them at the same time instead of doing each of them individually?

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Re: Photoshop question

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If i open several pics up in photoshop at once, is there a way to re-size all of them at the same time instead of doing each of them individually?

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You can batch process 'em. Use the help files for full details, but basically, open the first image, and start recording a new action in the Actions panel. Do any processing you want (such as resizing, adding a logo, or whatever) to the picture. Save the picture. Then close the picture. Then stop recording the action.

Then you'll do I think it's File > Automate ... but the help file should tell you for sure. It's been a while since I've had a need to do this. Anyway, the dialog that comes up lets you choose which action to perform, you'll pick the one you just created, and then you can perform the action on just one file, or on selected files, or on a whole directory ... once you choose the file(s) or directory to process, hit ok, and watch Photoshop go to work

Now ... if they'd just enable some sort of command line way of doing the same task ... that would kick ass. But batch processing can be used for much more than just resizing images.

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