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Resizing group of photos at once

Resizing group of photos at once

Resizing group of photos at once

I understand Image Ready is supposed to do this.  Danged if I can figure out how.  Suggering from huge lack of documentation or help text.

RE: Resizing group of photos at once

This is actually done with Photoshop Actions palette.

RE: Resizing group of photos at once

I discovered that myself.  I created a macro to resize a photo no problem using an Action.  

But is there a way to make it open and resize each one in a folder by itself?  Someone told me they knew somoene who used ImageReady instead to do that, but did not know how.

Thanks for your response, but could you be more specific?

RE: Resizing group of photos at once

Yes...once you record the action and save it. Then go to File>Automate>Batch. Select the action, then the source (which is your folder where your files are) then okay. It will apply that action to all the files in that folder.

RE: Resizing group of photos at once

Thank you SO much!  Just what I needed.

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