Hello. The best is to override the save step in the batch process window.
Salut, le mieux est de désactiver l'opération de sauvegarde (je ne connais pas le terme exact en Français) dans le Traitement par lots.
Christoph,it might not be about scripting, I think, as in French, Actions are called "Scripts"...
Ah, I think I had read that sometime but not drawn the conclusion in this case.
Thanks for your answers.
I was not clear, sorry.
I want to create several pictures with a same text. But I want to change only the font. (for example: the first text of the picture is arial, the second is Times new roman, etc.... With the same words, same background, etc..)
So i created a script.
I choose the font manually and with script: I put the text at the center in x and y and I save (save as).
When i played it, I've got only 1 jpeg. The new picture erase the first picture.
That's the problem.
I would like to have automatically when I save: 001.jpeg, 002.jpeg, etc...
Sorry for my bad english.
I only do English and not so well. Create an action for each of the fonts you want to add to the image using the same text, size and position. Then Download the Image Processor Pro plug-in script from Russell Browns Web site and inatsll it. Once installed you will find it in menu File>Automate>Image Processor Pro. Set it up to save the number of images you need for each image processed using one of each of your font text actions. The center section of the Images Processor Pro dialog can set it to save as many images files as you need each can use a different action in the process.
You could insert an if-clause to check if file of said name and position exists and if so, amend the name.
But if you want to change the Script I think this might be better discussed over at the Scripting Forum, in any case you may want to post the code to enable us to assess or amend it.
La réponse pourrait être différente.
Hi! could you state if you use the Actions Panel, or if you are programming your script? The answer would differ.
I don't use code, I just use the Actions Panel in Photoshop.
Thanks JJmack but I'm looking for an easier way. I don't want install a plug-in for simply save automatically another name.
I don't want install a plug-in for simply save automatically another name.
With that attitude: Good luck!