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Let me try to explain this:

  • I have a canvas that is 400 X 400
  • I have 3 layers
  • Layer I image is 100 X 100
  • Layer II image is 200 X 200
  • Layer III image is 300 X 300

I want ALL images in all layers to convert to 100 X 100 sized and have canvasenter image description here convert to 100 X 100

In other words, I multiple trim/resize as a batch, is this even possible?

  • It's doable. Perhaps the simplest way to do this would be to first export the layers as files and then batch process those layers as individual image files. So you could use File > Scripts > Export layers to files... export as psd. Then basically process the the images with either File > Automate > Batch... or File > Scripts > Image processor.... You'd then probably want to use an action in this batch process to resize the canvas: Image > Resize canvas... and perhaps something else... – Joonas Oct 7 '16 at 8:52
  • If you're willing to try a script, does this answer help you? graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/a/38985/92036 – tobybot May 5 '17 at 19:59
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Select the layer that are bigger than 100px and resize it to 100px: Window > Properties

set the bounding box to W: 100 and H: 100

then select all layers, right click > Quick Export as PNG to save all the layers as .png. The canvas size and image position doesnt matter, as long as you have it to 100x100px and use Quick Export as PNG the output will be the size of the layer.

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  • There is no Windows>Properties option, using Photoshop CS5 – Bruno Vincent Oct 7 '16 at 5:13
  • Oh, try pressing Ctrl + T, you can resize manually or change width and height on top bar. Usually it's set to 100%, you can change % by px. – Takebo Oct 7 '16 at 5:20

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