Scott Kelby shows how to use the powerful Image Processor script in Photoshop, which he calls “Buried Treasure”
posted Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at 4:30 PM EDT
Have you ever heard of or used the “Image Processor” script in Photoshop? While it doesn’t sound exciting, it is actually a very useful feature. Scott Kelby has made a new video about it and the title, “More Photoshop Buried Treasure,” helps express the potential value of the script.
Basically what the Image Processor does is allow you to take a folder of images, even RAW images, and convert them into one or more of JPEG, TIFF and PSD files. You can even convert files to all three other files. Further, you can apply any Photoshop action to the images during the process, including actions such as embedding a specific color profile or copyright information, and Photoshop handles all the work.
The powerful, flexible Image Processor is explained in Kelby’s video below. For more videos like this, visit the KelbyOne YouTube channel.
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