Did you ever witness the problem that you had to resize all your photo’s/pictures one by one and it took ages to resize them all? Well I will explain you in this quick tutorial how to resize ALL the desired photo’s at once by using Batch resize in Photoshop.
Before we go further we can use this method on two different ways, either you can open all the images you would like to resize or you can select a dir.
I will show you how to resize an entire directory using Batch resize in Photoshop.
Choose File > Scripts > Image Processor.
Now we’re going to select our dir.
If you chose to open all the images in your Photoshop, chose the first option.
Now we choose where we want to save our images.
Photoshop saves to that folder but adds a sequential number to the file so you won’t lose your files. Of course, you can select a different folder for the resized images.
Now we have to save as a file type. Save as JPEG. Set a Quality value in the range 0 to 12 where 12 is the highest quality and 0 the lowest.
For better color on the web, select Convert profile to sRGB and ensure that Include ICC Profile at the bottom of the dialog is checked so the profile will be saved with the image.
If your ready you click run and all the images will be resized.
Yes, It’s that easy!
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