How To Batch Resize Images and Save For Web Use Using Photoshop
I was asked to upload over 1000 images, each image approximately 3768 pixels wide and upwards, mostly over 3MB in size. Instead of spending time resizing and saving each image individually, I found a quick solution for batch resizing images to scale, then optimizing for web use. I used a brilliant extension which gives you so many more options, it's been a life saver.
Here's a look at Photoshop's Image Processor without installing the extension:
Here's a look at the many additional options available after installing CS6/CC Adobe Photoshop Panels & Actions:
Let's Get Started
- Make sure you have Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge closed before moving on.
- Download CS6/CC Adobe Photoshop Panels & Actions and unzip the contents to a preferred location of your choice.
- Open Adobe Extension Manager with administrative privileges.
- Click on the 'install' button located at the top of the program, then navigate to the unzipped folder.
- Select the file named Services_Installer_2.3.1.zxp, then follow the instructions to install the script.
- Open up Photoshop, then navigate to the folder containing the images you'd like to resize, and select them all.
- Go to File > Automate > Image Processor Pro.
- Make your selections, then click Run.
It's that simple, enjoy!
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