are great way to keep history and memories, to share events with friends,
family and love ones. But a channel has paved its way with greater form of
technology advancement, from DSLR to good quality camera with Smartphones and
high megapixel of cameras, comes a challenge of higher resolution images and
this images take up a lot of memory space, with the channel of storage
capability at play.
Limited storage available, due to cost economics of not purchasing more storage
media. Size of images need to be look into and one of the ways to reduce the
size of images is to resize, a process of changing the resolution of images,
that is its width and height. Also there are other methods of reducing the file
size of images, but today we will be looking at how to batch resize images
using Adobe Photoshop. So let begin
the Adobe Photoshop.
the menu bar, Click on File and then go down to scripts and select image
window will appear, Image Processor
the first thing to do is to select images to process, Click Select Folder and
load the folder where images are kept.
next thing to do is to select location to save processed images, you could
either save in same location (by Checking the Radio Button), or Select a Folder
where you want it to be saved (by Checking the Radio Button and Click on Select
next is to choose the file type you want resized image to be, either jpeg, psd,
tiff and then you enter the width and height. (I entered 400 width and 300
height for the resizing).
all the settings, you go to the upper right corner and Click on Run.
images will be resize accordingly (Check the proof below), I got it by going to
the properties section of the resize image and clicking on Details.
you have learnt how to batch resize images using Adobe Photoshop, But Adobe
Photoshop is not so good for batch resize. You can check out my other tutorialson How to Batch resize images using IrfanView.