5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 22, 2015 10:24 AM by Brandi Leath

    Need a script to resize landscape and Portrait images without having to sort first

    Brandi Leath

      Ok I downloaded this awesome script: Image Processor Pro to create multiple batches in one swoop.

      http://blogs.adobe.com/jkost/2015/06/image-processor-pro-for-photoshop-cc-2015.html

      This is awesome, but I still have to run an additional droplet to resize those files to exactly 374x498 and 276x385, after I trim them it will make it "fit" but it's not exact.

       

      Here's my process:

      I have original TIFF images that I have edited, original is usually square. (sometimes they are not, and I would like to have a solution for this as well, but one thing at a time)

      From those TIFF's I run the script to save into 4 different folders:

      Resize to 2000x2000 and rename to add sizing to the filename

      Resize to 500x500 and rename to add sizing to the filename

      Trim & Resize to 374x498 and rename to add sizing to the filename

      Trim & Resize to 276x385 and rename to add sizing to the filename

       

      Here's what it looks like:

      Screenshot2000x2000Script.JPG

       

      ScreenshotTrimScript.JPG

       

      Here is what it looks like after I run my image processor:

      FinalResult.JPG

       

      and here is an example of the files in the XS folder with dimensions:

       

      XS.JPG

       

      Which is great! But now I have to go in and sort my SM and XS images by Landscape & Portrait and THEN run another droplet on them to get them to fit exactly 374x498 and 276x385.

       

      SOOOOOOO please tell me there is a better way! I'm almost there!