Ive got a folder full of PS files that I want to export as JPGs.

So far, I open each Photoshop file and use File → export on each file manually. Is there a quicker way where I can tell Photoshop to open all PSD files in the folder and export them as a new folder full of JPGs?

(I’m running Creative Cloud latest (as of Sept 17) on OSX 10.10.)

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You would just need to use the Image Processor that comes preinstalled with CC.

Select your starting folder, then the output folder and whatever settings you want.

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  1. Create a folder for your JPGs.

  2. Go back into Photoshop, open the Actions panel and create a new action.

  3. Open up one of the PSD files and go through the motions of saving it as a JPG into that JPG folder you just created earlier.

  4. After saving it, close your file (do not save) and Stop the Action.

  5. Now that you have that action saved, you can go into Batch which is located here: File → Automate → Batch.

Batch Dialog box

This method is good if you intend to do this often.

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