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Batch processing .jpg quality setting

Posted on 2006-11-23
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I have many .jpg images that were originally saved from Photoshop-6 with a jpg "quality" setting of 12. I need to convert them all to jpg quality 8.

When I try and batch process with Photoshop, the file-name that I used when creating my original action (with which to batch process) is used for every file, thus making the process useless.

So how do I batch process all these images keeping their original file names intact?
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jalalmegadeth earned 325 total points
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greetings

when you're recording your batch file, just choose another folder, and don'T write any name for the file, juste save as, choose another folder, save, close, then stop recording

when you want to batch files, you'll choose the source folder and Destination folder, there, photoshop gives you many options for renaming file, just leave the defaults values which are : File Name   extention

i hope it was clear ;)
GL
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