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I program Android apps, and one of the requirements is that there are images of multiple sizes generated for different sized devices. I might create a 48x48, 64x64, 96x96, 128x128, and 144x144 image all at the same time, from the same vector. I do virtually all of my image creation for such using Adobe Illustrator CS4. Is there a way to easily create multiple images at the same time?

For reference, here's my typical process:

  1. File-> Save for Web and Devices
  2. Set the image size
  3. Save the image
  4. Copy to an appropriate folder
  5. Repeat until all image sizes are complete
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There is a similar question on SuperUser:… – OghmaOsiris Jan 5 '14 at 2:24

Have a look at the Actions palette.

You can create an action or set of actions that could automate the resizing and saving process as a batch on the final artwork.

Hope this helps.

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