Re: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Stereo-3D Anaglyph Panoramas
- Thank you Wim. I must confess I know nothing aboout actions or
droplets in PS. I'm seriously "PS Challenged" as they say. But
at least here I have a simple roadmap and can ask for help
when I need it.
One thing. Are droplets and actions OK in CS2? I will not be
upgrading to CS4 just yet...
On Sat, 02 May 2009 15:10:18 +0900, Wim Koornneef
> I am sure you know how to make an Action in Photoshop that opens a file,--
> then trim the canvas to keep 1/3 of the width (deleting 1/3 left and 1/3
> right of the center) and then save a copy of it into a folder (the
> of the folder is not important for the creation of the droplet) and then
> close the file.
> A Droplet is made from an Action, this is how I make one.
> With the menu "File" > "Automate" > "Create droplet...." you get a
> to specify and set the creation of a droplet. By default the last used
> Action is preset for the droplet and all you have do is to set the place
> where you want to create the droplet (I have it placed in a folder with
> other droplets on my desktop but any location will do fine), set the
> where you want to save the processed images (I have choosen a desktop
> that I specificly created for the output of droplet actions) and then
> some settings, I have enabled (toggled on) all options except "Include
> subfolders" and then hit the OK button.
> When selecting all images and dropping them on the droplet Photoshop
> processes them according the action that is stored inside the droplet.
> droplet can not be changed so it is best to keep your Action in case you
> want to change something to create a new droplet.