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Image Processor creates a subfolder to insert converted graphics: how to prevent this?

Posted on 2013-06-18
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Dear Experts:

I am running the Image Processor with the following settings:

Selected Folder: C:\Graphics\11
Include All sub-folders

Save in same location

Save as JPEG, Quality 8, Convert Profile to SRGB

The trouble is that the image processor creates new folders where it saves the newly created JPGs, but as a matter of fact, I would like the graphics to be saved in the same location.

I tried to re-create this image processor action with a user-defined action, but regrettably  without success.

Is somebody out there who could help me out.

Thank you very much in advance for your valuable help.

Regards, Andreas

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Hi tailoreddigital,

ok, thank you very much for your swift support. I will give it a try and then award points. Thank you.

Regards, Andreas
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Hi,

I also checked the checkbox next to 'Keep folder structure'

Thank you very much for your swift and professional help.

Regards, Andreas
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