0 Replies Latest reply on Apr 12, 2010 3:08 PM by matthewch

    Create a droplet that opens multiple PDFs and saves as .gifs?

    matthewch

      Hello,

      I am a photoshop scripting newb and was wondering if anyone could help me figure out how to create a droplet that opens multiple PDFs and saves as .gifs.


      When I try to do it, all of the .gifs end up having the same name as the file that I created the script with, and a "-1" at the end.


      Actually there are two droplets that I want to create (to be able to drop multiple pdf files):


      Portrait/Square script:
      Final thumbnail file to be 51 pixels wide by (x?) pixels tall
      Final thumbnail file should be 72 dpi,

      Final thumbnail file should be flattened(no transparency in white areas),
      Final thumbnail file should have a 1 pixel wide Grey border to all sides
      Final thumbnail file should be saved as a GIF file, RGB

      Landscape script:
      Final thumbnail file to be 65 pixels wide by (x?) pixels tall
      Final thumbnail file should be 72 dpi,

      Final thumbnail file should be flattened(no transparency in  white areas),
      Final thumbnail file should have a 1 pixel wide Grey border to all sides
      Final thumbnail file should be saved as a GIF file, RGB

       

      (I asked this on the photoshop forum and c.pfaffenbichler thought that someone in this scripting forum might know.)

       

       

      Thanks,

      Matthew