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Old October 11th, 2016, 10:16 PM
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Batch Actions

I have several thousands images. There are hundreds of sub-folders containing 10 or so images per sub-folder. Each of those thousands of images needs to be resized, and auto-color, auto-contrast, and auto-tone. I recorded the requisite actions properly and works. I build the batch and the images are opened, revised, and saved. I want the open image to be revised and upon saving to overwrite the original images and save the revision under the identical image name inside identical original sub-folders where the images are loaded from.

The first sub-folder has 12 images --- each image is loaded, revised, and saved by overwriting the original image --- flawless. Next the batch moves on and begins working the images in the second sub-folder but upon saving the revised images all of those second sub-folder revisions are being saved in the first sub-folder.

How do I get the batch and actions to open, revise, and save-overwrite the original image and the save should occur in the identical sub-folder that original image was loaded from?

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Have you ever tried File > Automate > Batch. ?

Check link below...
https://www.itg.ias.edu/content/editing-batch-images-photoshop

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