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Principle: You have dozens of images you want to convert for a gallery, create thumbnails, change from a digital camera RAW files etc... But do not want to have to edit each image one by one. Using the in-built batch processing command in an image editing application you can automate the process converting swathes of files using one instruction
In the example I use below I am going to resize the photos, optimise them as low res JPEG and export them to a new folder.
What you'll need:
A. Recording your Action
[edited by: limbo at 12:45 pm (utc) on Mar. 23, 2005]
A. Recording A Command
B. Using A Batch Command
These Commands and actions can then be applied to new images the future, so you only have to make a recording once to use it thousands of times, it is that simple, you can apply all sorts of functions to a batch, don't be shy with it, automation is the way forward.
If I have missed anything, made any errors or if you know a quicker way let me know. And if you can add a tutorials for GIMP,
CorelDraw, PaintshopPro or any other Image editor that would be great.
Converting and Resizing using XnVIEW ( freeware )