The texture artists working on the hellhound for the Chronicles of Riddick had to deal with 400 scale textures! Luckily, Photoshop has batch processing. That is, Photoshop runs an action on a whole bunch of files for you. Go through this with me, using the example action just created.
I created a folder on my desktop called batchSource. Personally, I like to have a destination folder so the originals in the source folder aren’t overwritten. I’ve created one called batchResults, which you can see in Figure below.
Set up your source and results folders before beginning batching
Start the batch process.
The Batch dialog box.
Should your action contain a Save As command, select the Override Action Save As Commands option. Once this is selected, you can use the boxes in the File Naming area to name the processed files. Since your action doesn’t have a Save As command, the files are saved with the same name to the Batch Results folder that you created.
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