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Found this page while searching how to batch-thumbnails for my fine art for bodies gallery and image catalog, and also found these steps on how to do them via the Windows>Actions in photoshop: http://www.graphics.com/article-old/photoshop-fundamentals-creating-thumbnails-multiple-images By Corrie Haffly I’ve started with 12 photos of the same size (2560 × ...


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Use Lightroom where you can specify: Dimensions Resize if larger Save JPEG quality Save max file size Will this work for your needs?


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here's a sample showing how to loop thru the Datasets var idoc = app.activeDocument; var ds = idoc.dataSets; var activeds = idoc.activeDataSet; // save the current dataset for (i=0; i<ds.length; i++) { ds[i].display(); // this is the same as clicking the dataset arrows in the UI app.redraw(); // we don't need to redraw, it's here so you can ...


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You can change the image size (Image > Image Size...) instead of using a transform. The only difference being that you change the image size then the canvas size instead of changing the canvas first. You can lock the aspect ratio (Constrain Proportions) and just input the height in the Image Size dialog exactly as you did with transform and the action will ...


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Try turning your rulers on before you record the action, and then right click and switch ruler units to pixels. I think it should default to pixels instead of percentages doing it that way.


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How many cards are there? Assuming its not hundreds, and you already have some basic knowledge of ID, one straighforward option would be to make a master page with your common frame image as a background (could be on a locked layer) + one image (of the first card or any card) + one formatted text box (of the first card or any card). So this master page could ...


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I think you can use "Generate Assets" (Avaible in Photoshop CC) Visit Adobe Page


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Try this: Create your action Open Photoshop and create a new document in CMYK colour mode (any size). Open the Actions panel. Click the Create new action button. Give your action a name ('CMYK > RGB') and click Record. Now, with your action recording, change the image's colour mode (Image > Mode > CMYK Color). On the Actions panel, click the Stop ...


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I would tackle this in two stages. 1. Sort your images by color. ImageMagick would be a good option. My answer here has a method for finding the average color of an image. A quick search for 'ImageMagick average color' will find you some more methods with ImageMagick. Since you are working with product images, I'm assuming the products will be roughly in ...



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