I'm grinding through thousands of display and template images for an online retailer. Photoshop layering and masks came in quite handy when I was making the templates
but now that it's got down to reusing those templates, I have to look elsewhere.
1 Why does every other piece of software on the market have a batch processing section, and yet you hide yours?
2. Why does Image Processor refuse to resize both horizontal and vertical, although it claims to? It actually refuses to distort the image to resize, which I actually want it to do. I had
to download GIMP to get this capability, as well as to specify the output file and change the dpi. These are all included in GIMP but not Pshop. Thanks for that. And don't tell
me to go to Actions. THat may be useful for something things, but it's hardly the optimal way to do it, recording your exact actions, and then saving or not saving, and then
seeing what happens. The way I wanted it was in GIMP, and its pathetic that 20 years in, Pshop still doesnt have a credible batch processor, or tell me where it is now.
Charge extra for that perhaps?
3.What has changed in Bridge CS6 since CS4? I see absolutely nothing different, but then output is still limited to PDF and 'WEB GALLERY' a dysfunctional glob
of code bested easily by jquery, but maybe you've impoved that end. My last experience with web gallery was so dysfunctional that I'll just stick to fixing what's
under the hood myself. I mean web gallery used to be flash, then something else that's not current. Let's just agree its a hobbyist option. Of course,
I don't know why 'output' might include other options for the batch processing of files, since batch rename does actually work, but you guys are the deciders.
4. Its too bad. This job has taught me a lot of new stuff about layering, masks, and the functionality of the pattern section, which I have no great qualms with, though,
considering how many companies you've bought, you could include tons of patterning capabilities that used to exist in these programs, but that would be too much
expenditure from MGMT. Maybe let's just fix the window views we broke in CS4, and call it a new version.
5. Thanks for forcing me to discover GIMP, who dont ask a thing. I dont really like being in there yet, but we'll see if that changes with time. They actually have some
different filters and rendering options that Adobe could've included years ago for gun, but again, there's just not enough money to go around at Adobe.