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Converting psd to jpegs in Organizer

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Nov 11, 2021 Nov 11, 2021

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Every so often, I go into Organizer, and need to convert my psds into jpegs.  These are ones I have forgotten to do when editing, and there could be as many as 100.  At present, I edit again each individual picutre, make a small change then save as a jpeg.  Is there a quicker method?  Thank you.

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 11, 2021 Nov 11, 2021
The short way to convert your psd into jpegs with the organizer is to select psd files (search by file name) and to 'export as new files' specifying the jpeg format. Unfortunately, in your use case, that does not: - include the exported files in the catalog (you have to 'import' those jpegs from the folder you have specified afterwards) - overwrite the originals and keep them in the same versions sets, stacks or albums. In similar situations, I use the organizer to find and select the psd file...

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The short way to convert your psd into jpegs with the organizer is to select psd files (search by file name) and to 'export as new files' specifying the jpeg format. Unfortunately, in your use case, that does not:

- include the exported files in the catalog (you have to 'import' those jpegs from the folder you have specified afterwards)

- overwrite the originals and keep them in the same versions sets, stacks or albums.

 

In similar situations, I use the organizer to find and select the psd files. I group them in temporary albums or with temporary keywords. Then, I export them to a new destination folder and import them into the catalog. I can select them by folders or by last import batch and group them in the same album or add the same temporary keyword.

A search by similarity within the album will enable me to stack psd and jpegs together, with the jpeg as top of stack. Flattening the stacks will delete the psd version.

 

As you can see, unless you have really many psds, that solutions is not much better than individual saving in stacks.

 

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