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Chapter 17. Working with Automate Commands > Processing Multiple Image Files

Processing Multiple Image Files

The Image Processor command () in Photoshop allows you to convert and process multiple files without first creating an action, which is something you need to do with the Batch command. The Image Processor commands makes it easy to convert a set of files to either JPEG, PSD, or TIFF, or all three formats at the same time. When you take a lot of digital pictures, you can process the camera raw files all at once using the same options. If you are working on a collage with specific size and color requirements, you can use Image Processor to resize images to specific dimensions and embed a color profile or change the color mode to sRGB (the default working space for most Adobe color settings; recommended for Web and digital camera images). In addition, you can include copyright metadata into any of the converted images.


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