I have folder A with X number of Images, numbered Sequentially starting at 0
I have folder B with X number of Images, numbered Sequentially starting at 0
I would like to:
1. Open images A0 and B0
2. Duplicate layer 1 from B0 as a new layer into A0 (duplicate used to preserve image alignment)
3. Save the resulting two layer document as a seperate PSD file.
4. Repeat the Process for [A1, B1], [A2, B2], [A3, B3], etc. until X number of images are combined and saved as individual PSD files.
I understand from reading other forums that Automate (Batch) is most likely not powerful enough for this (which I have been using sucessfuly up until now) and a script is most likely required. I have seen various similar examples on these forums of people trying (with various levels of sucess to do this) but with my lack of scripting experience, I have been unable to adapt any of the scripts I have seen for my specific purpose. The script that I thought looked closest to what I want was this one:
@Remulscion – Try this for starters: //community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop/auto-merge-files/m-p/10753387 // Auto merge files // Reference code: // https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2116421 // https://forums.adobe.com/message/8597315#8597315 #target photoshop var folder1 = Folder.selectDialog("Please select the base folder with files to process"); // input folder 1 var folder2 = Folder.selectDialog("Please select the layered folder with files to process"); // input folder 2 var saveFolder = Fo...