Batch Saving ?

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Bob Aldis
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My 35mm slide scanning is going well and I am learning how to do things by batches.

I have mastered Batch renaming and thanks to Gary, dealing with whole folders in Photoshop, but I am unable to find out how to save by batches.

I am scanning with my epson scanner which deals with 4 at a time. I have it set up so that every time I go past the scanner I change to another 4.

The most time consuming and boring part is when I have 50 or more up on the screen and I have to save them to folders one at a time.

Is there a way to just put them all in a folder in one go?

BobA

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fuddam
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Joined: Nov 19 2005

vuescan from hamrick.com does pretty much the bestest scanning out there, hardware independent, and can batch save IIRC.

Bob Aldis
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Thanks, but I am not looking for extra software. I buy very reluctantly and only when I can''t do what I want with what I have got. This has as much to do with my memory as the money.

If I am using photoshop all the time as I am now, after a while I will forget Premiere and have to restart the learning when I get back to Video.

You can always tell when I have been off a program for a few months, I come on here and ask silly questions.

I thought there might be a way in Photoshop.

BobA

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Alan Roberts
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The questions are rarely silly, but the answers can be :)

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