The last time I used Photoshop was in 1998, and things have changed a bit. I'm sure if I had time to read all the documentation I could figure out how to do this, but I'm under an extremely tight deadline and the guy who would normally do image processing is on vacation.
I have a folder of more than 500 images. I need to change the height, width, and resolution of all of them. I know how to record an action that I can then run manually on open images, but is there any way to run that action on a folder of images without having to open all of them? It could take years if I need to open them before running the action.
That's what the Batch command is for.
Record that action do not put a save in it. After you have that action saved with no documents open in photoshop use menu File>Automate>Batch... in the batch dialog point to the action set and action, point source to your folder of images. In desternation use the pull-down menu and choose Save and Close.
Thank you! I knew there had to be some way to do it, but there are so many new menus compared to the last version I used over a decade ago. I didn't even know where to start looking.