I have a photoshop file with over a hundred layers. Each of these layers have white backgrounds. I need to remove all of these #FFFFFF pixels automatically. I'm not worried about the actual content being deleted or anything. None of the content contains any pure white pixels.
You'll have to remove the white layer by layer. There's no automated processes to strip white from all layers.
If it were me I'd probably use
This is very easy to accomplish with a simple action and simple script.
For an action I started recording a new action called
I then stopped recording my action.
Now you could just use this action manually on every layer or you could use a script to do it for you...
Then here's the code you need for the script:
This script will iterate through every layer and run the action you made on it.
On my computer the
Note that the first part
You can just open up Notepad and past this code in there, then save it as a
Now go to:
EDIT If you don't want to do the work yourself, I've extracted the action and script and placed them into a zip file. Just load the action into Photoshop and then run the script like I explained. You may need to adjust that one line of code in the script if there's some naming issues.