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Is it possible to batch process multiple folders through "Image Processor" in Bridge

Explorer ,
Mar 27, 2020

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I think the subject pretty much covers the question but to be clear, I often need to process images from several folders with the exact same settings in Bridge>Tools>Photoshop>Image processor...

As it stands now, I need to go to each folder that has images in it and batch process the images from that folder before I move on to the next. I want to be able to batch images in multiple folders without having to attend to the software and set it to do the next folder.

is this possible?

 

Thank you!

Greg

Why don’t you use Photoshop’s File > Scripts > Image Processor and check »Include All sub-folders«? 

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Is it possible to batch process multiple folders through "Image Processor" in Bridge

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I think the subject pretty much covers the question but to be clear, I often need to process images from several folders with the exact same settings in Bridge>Tools>Photoshop>Image processor...

As it stands now, I need to go to each folder that has images in it and batch process the images from that folder before I move on to the next. I want to be able to batch images in multiple folders without having to attend to the software and set it to do the next folder.

is this possible?

 

Thank you!

Greg

Why don’t you use Photoshop’s File > Scripts > Image Processor and check »Include All sub-folders«? 

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Why don’t you use Photoshop’s File > Scripts > Image Processor and check »Include All sub-folders«? 

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Perfect! Thank you. I wasn't even aware I could run image processor out of Photoshop directly. That option isn't there in the Bridge window for image processor. This will be a great time saver for me. Really appreciated!

 

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Mar 27, 2020

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Another way to do the same thing is to use Bridge's View > Show items from subfolders option, then select the images you wish to process as the source.

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Cool!...I think that works even better for my workflow!

 

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Greg

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