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Id' like to know if exists a way to speed up the production in Photoshop in the following case: I have several images and I have to apply for each one of them the same adjustment. Doing it manually is very time consuming. So, is there a way to automatize this process?

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Here are a few posts from GDSE for making an action and batching images by action. And here are YouTube resources for making an action and batching images.

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  • Thanks for your exhaustive reply. Does this technique works even if I have to work with multiple images, and not only with filter and adjustments? For example, I have 3 RGB images and I want to copy the G channel of the second image into the first one, and the B channel of the third one into the first one.
    – user840718
    Jun 25, 2019 at 12:40
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    Nevermid, I did it and it was extremely simple! Thanks!
    – user840718
    Jun 25, 2019 at 13:29
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    yes you can practically record everything but actions have limitations like they don't understand layer order. if you click on second layer then it'll recorded with name instead of layer order . it'll all be cleared once you get habitated of actions :D
    – Mr.Online
    Jun 26, 2019 at 2:58

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