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Topic # 25167 13-Aug-2008 18:16
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Kia ora,

Maybe I should have posted this in Off Topic, but I'm taking a guess that there are some graphic designers in this forum.

I have a bunch (well about 200) PSDs provided by another designer, and unfortunately they are all layered and some are RGB, some are CMYK. I want them all to be flattened CMYK PSDs. Is that too much to ask?

Is there a quick way to make a sort of preset that will convert all these images without me having to open up each one and change it manually?

Also, can anyone recommend a reliable Photoshop forum?

Thanks for your help :)

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Reply # 163867 11-Sep-2008 21:52
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Sorry just saw this- You have proberly sorted this by now... But if by cahnce you have not...

- Just create (Record) an action in PS that (flattens the document then converts the native profile to your output device CMYK profile if you dont have this just use the same CMYK profile that some of those files where supplied in -  Then run a batch command - Turn Open dialogue toggle off, the warning dialogue off and select the folder where your files are and select the save and close option.  That will do it.

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  Reply # 166397 22-Sep-2008 22:25
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What he said above - or install a nice little contectaul menu item called QuickImageCMM (freeware, PPC only) (http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/19253) and that'll allow you to batch change all the images to jpg's, pngs, whathaveyou.

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