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Author Topic: Batch open EPS - Batch border and Save - Batch ZIP .eps and .jpg for fotolia...  (Read 2788 times)

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« on: September 01, 2011, 11:18 »
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Hi!

I have been working for a few months here and there and developed a whole process to make my life easier to process my Illustrations for all the different sites I am uploading too. I hired some scripting professionals to help me out also on some points.

I was wondering if anyone would be interested to buy say for a lower than 5$ price the full walk-through and the scripts and how to easily personalize them to do the following:

1- Batch open ALL EPS files found in a folder into Photoshop, at a given size. Opening them in Photoshop as the advantage of keeping all the IPTC data intact.
2- (Simple) Action to add a white border around each Illustrations automatically, and save the EPS as a JPG in a folder of you choosing.
3- Use a free software to auto-rename the files to remove the '' copy'' added to the file.
4- Have a script and free software automatically ZIP all files with the same filename (ex: image1.eps and image1.jpg) into individual ZIP so they are ready to be uploaded to Fotolio or other agencies that requires the JPG and EPS to be processed.

I can also add explanation on how to use Image processor in Photoshop to batch resize a list of JPG to a specific size of thumbnails (say for vectorstock they require 380 x 400 thumbnails). I have a method to do this automatically for any numbers of files.

Before spending hours writing down some clear explanations and simple step by step process I would like to know if this would interest anyone in the Stock Illustration business, or if you already had all those techniques or do not find any use to it?

Thanks for the input :p


 

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