I'm new to CS6 having recently been forced by hardware's march of progress to upgrade from a much older version which nevertheless had sufficed for me. Moving to CS6 has been good since it's better, even if slightly unfamiliar, and I am now getting up to speed. The inability to use the "save for web" command to make a high quality JPEG in a batch has been causing me some problems. I have been using the Image Processor script to save folders of files as JPEGs but neither compression nor quality is nearly as good as "Save for web" as JPEG. Some really bad artifacts appear even when I start with 8MB PSD files and reasonable-seeming quality settings. The only workaround I have come up with is to use the image processor multiple times and save to successive folders while walking its rudimentary quality setting up each time until all images are of good enough quality and under 250KB in size. Then eyeball. There has to be a better way with Bridge, Lightroom and CS6 all installed. Can anybody clue me in? Any insights much appreciated.