How to resize multiple images at once in Photoshop

How to resize multiple images at once in Photoshop

Graphic designers they are constantly working with images on almost all of their projects, which means they safely use Photoshop as one of your indispensable tools. In this sense, it can be common that at any given moment it is necessary to modify the size of several images, which can become a somewhat tedious task and a great waste of time if done manually.

Fortunately in Photoshop There is a way to resize multiple images at the same time without major complications and in very few steps. To do this we simply have to do the following:

Once we have opened the program, then we must go to the "File" menu, then select "Script" and finally click on "Image processor".
Next we will be presented with the window "Image processor”Where we will have several options to configure.
First of all, it is necessary to choose the folder where all the images that we want to modify the size are stored. We must also specify a folder in which the modified images will be saved.
A third option allows us to specify the type of file, that is, if the images should be saved as JPEG or any other format that is being used.
Right here we can define the quality of the image, as well as specify its size in pixels and we are even given options to save in a PSD or TIFF file.
When everything is ready, you just have to click on run and wait a bit for the process to finish.

As an additional option, at the bottom of the window there is an option to apply an action to all images, very useful if you want the images to carry a watermark or a filter.

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  1.   PHILIP MARROQUIN said

    GREAT TIP, HELPED ME QUICKLY REDIMENSE MANY IMAGES FOR A REPORT.
    Thanks for the input.