I have a problem. I have 5,000+ jpg images that I took at an archive (with their blessing and permission), but I had to use their copy stand, complete with soft white bulbs as the only lighting. As a result, every picture has a "brown" cast to it. Auto level will correct the files. I have already batch saved them as "*.tiff" files, so they are out of "jpg jeopardy", but is there any way to run a script in CS3 to reset the colors in the tiff files using auto levels? Is there a script someone out there that can work with CS3 to get this done?
If CS3 can't do that, will subscribing to CC get it done? Can I subscribe to CC for a month, or do I have to dive in for a year.
I should note that Photoshop totally bamboozles me. I have it and I have never been able to master it.
Why not simpley record an action to do a an auto level since your Tiff files have a single layer made from jpeg files. You could have added that step when you batched saved the jpeg files to Tiff files. You should not need to script this. One you have the action recorded batch your tiff files with that action. 5,000 file will take quite some time to processs.
Thanks. Its done!