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Importer et disposer plusieurs images

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Jul 12, 2021 Jul 12, 2021

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Bonjour, je vais directement rentrer dans le vif du sujet.

J'ai un nombre d'image assez conséquente (240)

 

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J'aimerais importer toutes ces images sur un seul plan de travail comme ceci

 

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Mais au vu du nombre d'image très important, importer une à une et ensuite disposer les images l'une en dessous de l'autre est beaucoup trop long. Auriez vous une solution pour automatiser tout ça ?

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Participant , Jul 12, 2021 Jul 12, 2021
First import all files to one document using the Layers To Stack scriptSecond adjust your canvas size so it is 240 times the height of one of your images.Third, move all images but the first and last one in the sequence to the middle of the imageThen, the first image goes on top or bottom, the last image goes on bottom or topafter which, you reselect all layers and hit distribute layersjob done

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First import all files to one document using the Layers To Stack script

Second adjust your canvas size so it is 240 times the height of one of your images.

Third, move all images but the first and last one in the sequence to the middle of the image

Then, the first image goes on top or bottom, the last image goes on bottom or top

after which, you reselect all layers and hit distribute layers

job done

 

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If above answer does not help please describe problems that you have encountered.

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Once you use load files into a stack script  you could write a script  to  process the layers stack  you would  expand the canvas height for the next layer's height  then align the layer with the canvas bottom.

 

Or if your file have the same canvas size you could use a script like my PasteImageRoll to layout your image on a canvas. Fill out its dialog.  Then select all you  fixed size image you have in some folder

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