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Replies to the most common questions are listed here, feel free contact me if you need support.
A Photoshop action is a sequence of tasks you must execute and record, so later on you can apply it on PSD files individually. For example: you record an action to desaturate an image, add a filter and resize. With just one click you can execute those 3 events.
You can record actions from Actions palette.
A Photoshop droplet can apply 1 action on many files and works from outside of Photoshop.
You can create a droplet from:
File > Automate > Create Droplet (you must create the action first).
Scripting is automatisation most powerful level.
In this table we summarise the main differences between those Photoshop automation tools:
|1 action||+1 actions|
|In 1 file||In lots|
|Works within and outside|
|By recording an|
| By creating a|
File > Automate
Yes, Photoshop has a bunch of native scripts: load files into stack, video frame to layers, you can even create droplets with the batch tool…
Really straight forward:
File > Scripts > Browse… locate the .jsx file and click OK