View Full Version : Photoshop Plugin?
09-12-2002, 11:30 AM
Is there any plug in for photoshop that is sort of like an image robot? Like, you choose what you want to do and then select a few images and it does it to all of them. The reason I want to do this is to watermark and lower the quality and size of the pictures that I take from events.
I think you can do it with a droplet. Create a droplet (from the File-->Automate menu) and select all of the processes you want done and save it. Exit out of PS and drag your pictures over the droplet icon and it will automatically perform those operations on it.
09-18-2002, 05:50 PM
Create an Action to do this. Start the action when you start working on the image, do everything you want to do and save (you can enter save options so that it saves to a certain directory and renames all the file names in a certain way). Once you have created this action you can go to file automate and do a whole directory or section of files at one time.
09-20-2002, 01:55 PM
to lower the size, and quality, u can use a program called "acdsee" just for photo viewing, editing, and such.. they have some picture editing tools in it too.. u can find it at download.com
and hi everyone.. im new to the board..
09-27-2002, 05:40 PM
Ok thanks guys I did it Titans way and it works except every few pictures it shows an error but I press continue and everything is ok, but when i make it ignore error is does it for every pic and just stops the process. IE, like, it wont do anything to the pic, just opens it.
So I gues my q is can u make it like continue w/o fucking up like this.
pic is below, plesae check, mebbe the actions r fucked up
I AM FUCKING MAD BECCAUSE I SPENT 10 MINTURES TYPING UP A BETTER LONGER AND MORE DETAILED REPLY AND THE ATTACHEMENT WAS TOO BIG AND THE FUCKING REPLY WAS GONE WHEN I PRESSSED BACK :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: http://www.performancescene.net/asdf.JPG
09-30-2002, 06:28 PM
damn thats a nice bike
i know how that is when u press back!! lol :p
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