RTMiller wrote in post #5666199
I have recorded several actions
that help me speed up my post-processing by automatically setting up adjustment layers, performing noise reduction, sharpening, etc.
I select the desired images and run a batch
process on these images while I go grab a sandwich or something else.
I don't understand the purpose of droplets
. Can anyone enlighten me? I hate to think I'm missing out on something important. Thanks in advance.
The best way to batch an Action is right in Photoshop
File > Automate > Batch
or in Bridge
Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor
Make certain that the last step, in your Action to be batched, is a save step. The way to create a save step in an existing Action is to open and image, select your Action, and then record yourself saving the image. It won't matter where you save it or what you save it as. Your source and destination folder will be selected in your batch dialog window.
No need for droplets. However, a nice use of a droplet is in exporting image from Lightroom.
Kubota Image Tools team