Photoshop Batch Processing (File > Automate > Batch)

January 8, 2012 9 Comments by Tom Fang

Photoshop Batch Processing

Today I’m going to do a brief tutorial on editing images in Photoshop in bulk for you all.

If you have a bunch of images and you want to add a border to all of them, you should not be opening each file and adding the border manually.  Photoshop is a very powerful program and allows you to record actions to apply to a batch of images at once.

Without further ado, here’s the video!  Enjoy, and look for more tutorials in the future.

  • http://Website Matt

    Used this process, saved me a ton of Time

    • http://www.ipyxel.com/ Tom Fang

      Glad you liked it!

  • http://Website Paul

    Really helpful post! Learning photoshop and this video has saved me tons of time with tedious actions that I would have otherwise probably wasted hours performing.

  • http://Website Amit

    This saved me a ton of time. Great thing is that once automated you can use the recording for next set of banner too. So what i do is i just replace the pictures and psd on their respective folders with new batch and there goes my new 310×110 ads. Your guide and the articles are just fab. Looking forward to hear more :)

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  • Manuel Merz

    Hey Tom,

    is there a way to save the images with their original filename. So instead of using a 4 digit number, I would love to save each new image with their original filename…I hope this makes sense, lol.

    • http://www.ipyxel.com/ Tom Fang

      Yeah, should be easy.  Under “File Naming” just select “Document Name” instead of “4 Digit Serial Number”.

    • Manuel Merz

       Tried that but now it saves the file always the same name as the template was saved in the action :( I will give it another try.

  • http://affoffice.com/ Affoffice

    Hey Tom, This is a nice video! And these complicated operations can be processed by several clicks in a desktop software – Affimage Processor. Highly recommend you check it out, it can really save you big time in split testing.