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I am not sure if I understood what you are trying to do. How I don't have enough reputation to comment, I will write this step-by-step answer. Have you tried using an action to do the work? Open any image on photoshop, then create a new action. All you have to do is open the window Actions (option + F9), and click the blank paper icon to create a new ...


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If you're using CS6 (cloud version) or CC, the Layers panel allows you to filter the visibility of layers by name. At the moment, filtering isn't something you can record in an action, although it's probably been added to what's scriptable (I've not checked). It does, however, make selective hide/unhide very quick and easy. Change the filter from Kind to ...


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I don't think it can be done with actions, and I'm not aware of a plug-in that would do what you want, but you should be able accomplish that with scripting. It would help if you knew some javascript. You can find more information here: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/photoshop/scripting.html


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The easiest method is to place all the individual images into a folder on your desktop then use File > Automate > Contact Sheet II... within Photoshop to select the folder of images and have them arranged into a grid for a single document. I believe the Contact Sheet script may be part of Adobe Bridge for CS6. If you already have everything loaded ...



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