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Ewan Horlock
batch reszie images quicker
on Apr 5, 2012 at 1:58:21 pm

Hi there,

Thought this would be the best place to post my question

Basically I want to batch resize 1400 images...for a time lapse video.

Obviously Photoshop will take a while to do that ... are there any other programmes which can do it more quickly?

any help would be much appreciated :)


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Richard Harrington
Re: batch reszie images quicker
on Apr 5, 2012 at 2:32:58 pm

File >Scripts > Image Processor

PS is not slow.. you just have a lot to do

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Richard M. Harrington, PMP

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Ewan Horlock
Re: batch reszie images quicker
on Apr 7, 2012 at 11:08:06 am

Hi Richard,

Thanks for that!

Yes I suppose I do :)

I'm assuming it works quicker with a script than batch process using an action.

cheers

Ewan


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Ewan Horlock
Re: batch reszie images quicker
on Apr 7, 2012 at 11:32:16 am

ps

I have run a batch script to resize the photos

I selected the folder I want and then set a new destination folder.

However for some reason it's naming the new resized images rather strangely ...they go from 0-100 and then when it got to 100 it jumped up to 1000... and then went back 113.

I could see this as is was saving them in the new folder

The original photos are all properly named from 01-1400 e.g 01.jpeg, 02.jpeg

So I'm not too sure why it would do this?


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Ewan Horlock
Re: batch reszie images quicker
on Apr 11, 2012 at 2:19:56 pm

ps

I have run a batch script to resize the photos

I selected the folder I want and then set a new destination folder.

However for some reason it's naming the new resized images rather strangely ...they go from 0-100 and then when it got to 100 it jumped up to 1000... and then went back 113.

I could see this as is was saving them in the new folder

The original photos are all properly named from 01-1400 e.g 01.jpeg, 02.jpeg

So I'm not too sure why it would do this?


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