Question by  garuda (17)

What is the process for batch editing in photoshop?

I need to learn to do a batch editing procedure in photoshop.


Answer by  bhawna (41)

The process for batch editing in photoshop You have Go to "action sets" in photoshop. you can have Photoshop record a set of things you do and store it as an action. go to file-->automate, and tell it the folder you want to apply all of the actions to.


Answer by  fiddlefaddle (883)

To do batch editing, click on "Create new action" under the "Actions" tab. Then click "begin recording". When you are done with the edits that you want to apply to your batch of images, click "stop recording". Then click File -> Automate -> Batch. Select the the files you want edited.


Answer by  SanoIchiro (104)

First you need to create an action of the editing process you require. Then go to file>automate>batch. Choose the folder that has the images you need edited and your destination.


Answer by  severaltimes (247)

You just need to set up an action for Photoshop to repeat. First open the Actions palette. Open an example of the image you want to edit, then click the Record button. Make your edits and click the Stop button when complete. The next step depends on your version of Photoshop, but you'll need the Automate menu in File.


Answer by  Ramya (27)

Click File menu ---> Then click automate ----> select batch in the sub menu. You will have got a window. In this window you select play option like (Ex. Action - Resize, With this function we resize the selected batch. Then select source folder and also idestination folder. Use both source and destination folders in desktop for easy access.


Answer by  GAUTHAM (29)

you have 15 images you need to edit. It would be tedious and time consuming for you to open edit image especially if editing entails a lot of steps.

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