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Photoshop Scheduled Tasks

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Oct 02, 2020

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Every day I need to run the image processor script. 

 

Is there a way to schedule this so it automatically runs everyday?  I am running the latest version of Photoshop on Windows 10.

 

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Photoshop Scheduled Tasks

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Every day I need to run the image processor script. 

 

Is there a way to schedule this so it automatically runs everyday?  I am running the latest version of Photoshop on Windows 10.

 

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You can use the Script Events Manager to start the "image processor.jsx"

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If Photoshop is launched it's going to run scripts scheduled in Startup Script folder (you find in Adobe folder of CommonFiles). You may also use Adobe Bridge, that has special command, app.scheduleTask(), that will launch Photoshop, run script, and close Ps for ex. at some hours or when it sees content of some folder / file changed.

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Yes, you can use Windows 10's task scheduler.

Here's a how-to link: https://www.techradar.com/news/software/applications/how-to-automate-tasks-in-windows-1107254

 

I suggest making a basic photoshop script (a jsx file) that launches the image processor with the parameters you need.

You can probably get that from scriptlistener code.

 

In Windows 10's task manager, you can then make a scheduled task that will run the script for you.

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