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How to run an automated batch command in Photoshop

In this Photoshop tutorial we will be showing you the Photoshop batch command feature. This is an incredibly useful feature of Photoshop, which allows you to run actions across a batch of Photos and export retrospectively the images into a folder. This can save huge amounts of time if you want to apply the save photo effect to several photographs. If you edit large amounts of Photography’ on a regular basis this is a must watch screencast.

I hope you like the screencast tutorial, and would appreciate any feedback you can provide in the comments section.

Tutorial Details

  • Program: Photoshop
  • Time estimation: Under 5 minutes
  • Difficulty: Beginner



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2 thoughts on “How to run an automated batch command in Photoshop

  1. Wow! Nice Photoshop tutorial. An automated batch command is very useful for a graphic designer. Now I can easily run this command and decrees my working time. Thanks, creative Nerds, for your great support.

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