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Photoshop:  Batch convert CR2 to JPEG

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Hi All,

I've been given five DVD's with hundreds of images in .CR2 format.

I've have Photoshop CS5 extended, which can open and view the files.


Is there a way to convert these all to JPEG?

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heres a nice little util  : )

http://www.reasoft.com/rea-cr2-convert.shtml
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I'm not sure if CS5 has it, but in CS3 you can go to File > Scripts > Image Processor to batch convert images.
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