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In photoshop, I recently learned how to create actions, and how to do them in batches (for example, execute them on a folder of 1000 files).

What I need to know is this: How can I SAVE THE BATCH PROCESS? I need to save all the settings with which I perform the batch process, so I can easily perform the exact same batch process, again.

Any help would really be appreciated!

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If you recorded an action then it's already saved. You can also create a Droplet from File > Automate

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I'm looking to save the Batch, not the action. So all the settings in the batch process. – edit_insanely Mar 26 '10 at 2:11
Oh. That's what a droplet is, isn't it? An executable batch... Is that correct? – edit_insanely Mar 26 '10 at 2:12
Yes. Here's some more characters to meet the 15 character requirement. – Hasaan Chop Mar 26 '10 at 3:34

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