Streamlining Workflow in Photoshop

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by fireball370, Jan 18, 2007.

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    Hello All. I've got another random question. I have multiple color images I want to covert into grayscale. Is there a quick way to convert all of them at once instead of doing them one-by-one? (image>mode>grayscale)?

    Thanks in advance! :)
     
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    record a script, although, it's not called a script, while you run one file. save it.
    run the rest...bam...done.

    look for 'record' in the help menu..
     
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    dllavaneras

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    They're called actions and they make your life soooo much easier :)
     
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    dogbone

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    Just thought I'd mention that image>mode>grayscale is a very crap way of making a black and white image. Better would be to use the Chanel Mixer.

    Or the patented DogboneTechnique©, you can find a psd action for it here in post #6
     
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