Could you please post an exemplary scan (in lores)?
The script is only looking for jpg, tif or psd files, if your files are in a differenent format that format would need adding to the script.
It also could be a problem with the editor you used to save the script, some programs will add control characters and stop the script working.
It is best to use ExtendScript Toolkit as this is the program installed with Photoshop for editing/testing scripts.
I feel like a complete idiot...Turns out that my scanned images were saved as .jpeg instead on .jpg...so I changed the extensions and it worked like a charm! Thanks guys!
I have tested one script and encountered one problem; the script/PS is very aggressive. The result has been that single images have been divided to multiple images and many time "over cropped" and rotated in various degrees. Crazy : )
I have about 3000 images that I would like to have cropped.
What I would like to have is a script where I can state or set it to not allow it to divide pictures into many.
Also...any script that can automate rotations as batch?
Does this exist somewhere?
Are there any scripts somewhere that I can test?
you can do this with an action and a batch process. start recording and action, open a file to be processed, run the auto crop & streighten, them file -> close all, and choose the folder you wish to save to. Then batch process that action with the folder of unprocessed images as the source and save and close as the destination. Doing this from memory so I may have a detail or two wrong.
scaned over a thousand photos this way and included a auto color correction into the action. Worked very well.