Actions and sets

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Ülysses, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. Ülysses

    Ülysses Guest

    I have a few photoshop actions and sets
    I wish to share with you
    altho I cannot give the actual action here,
    I can give the text for it, and you can create it yourself
    any takers ? and maybe some can share also
    WELL ??
    Ülysses, Jul 8, 2012
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    Voivod Guest

    I'm amazed. I think you've gotten as stupid as humanly possible and then
    you prove me wrong.
    Voivod, Jul 8, 2012
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  3. Ülysses

    Ülysses Guest

    Adobe Photoshop has a host of automation tools, one of the most versatile
    and powerful of them is called an action. In fact, some of the other
    automation commands, such as batches and droplets, derive their
    functionality from actions.

    An action is like a macro or script; however, while scripts have a
    reputation for being confusing and difficult, actions are very easy to
    create. If you know how to use Photoshop, you know most of what you need to
    create your own actions.

    For example, let's say that you have 100 digital photos that you'd like to
    post on the Internet. Normally, you'd have to load each one, scale, color
    correct, sharpen, and then save them one at a time. Alternatively, you could
    create an action that does all the "dirty work" for you - and best of all,
    you'll get consistent results in far less time than you could've achieved by
    doing it manually!

    Although actions can be used to automate all sorts of tasks, some common
    uses include:

    batch-processing multiple images;
    applying consistent treatments;
    repeating tedious or mundane tasks; or
    distributing reproducible special effects.
    To better understand actions, let's begin with a comprehensive overview of
    the Actions panel, including the commands available in the Actions panel
    menu. We'll then use these commands to create a couple of actions of our
    very own!

    Introduction to the Actions Panel
    The Actions panel is sort of like a "mini action editor": it allows you to
    create (record), edit, load, save, delete and play actions (among other
    things). To show or hide the Actions panel, use the Window » Show Actions
    command or press the F9 key.
    Ülysses, Jul 9, 2012
  4. Ülysses

    Voivod Guest

    Photoshop for Dummies by a Dummy.

    When you're plagiarizing you should quote your source, douche.
    Voivod, Jul 9, 2012
  5. Ülysses

    Ülysses Guest

    It is difficult to explain the use of Action without going to a professional
    for help
    I use Actions a lot, and only trying to help those who are not familiar with
    the process
    Actions can speed up a set of commands, such as multiple pics to process

    "The older I get, the faster I was. The more I forget" >> Ülysses
    Ülysses, Jul 9, 2012
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