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I've created an action in photoshop to create watermark for my images and its working fine but i want to repeat it for all the images from a specific folder.

how can i do this?

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This looks like what you're looking for Watermarking Photos (Batch).

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Thanks mate. That's what i want... – Vijay Apr 9 '10 at 6:32
@Vijay: No problem :) – Corey Apr 9 '10 at 6:57

You can further automate this process using a Photoshop droplet. Droplets let you drag a folder onto a droplet icon. Then Photoshop performs a specified action on all items in the directory.

Here's a video of me demonstrating how to create and use a droplet using a Save as JPG action, but you can apply the same principle to your own actions:

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