How to Batch Export in Photoshop: Quick and Easy

Batch exporting your photos in Photoshop can save you a lot of time and effort, especially if you have multiple images that need to be exported in the same format. You can also include metadata such as copyright notices or camera details in your exports.

To batch export multiple images, open them in Photoshop and navigate to File > Scripts > Image Processor. This will bring up the Image Processor interface where you can select your options. You can choose to use open images, select a location to save your images, and choose between JPEGs, PSDs, or TIFFs.

Once you’ve made your selections, click “Run” and Photoshop will export all of your images in one go. If you have an action set up to embed your copyright notice or camera details in your image metadata, you can select to run it during the export process.

If you want to learn how to embed metadata in your images on single exports, check out the linked video above or in the description below.

Batch exporting in Photoshop is a quick and easy way to save time and effort when exporting multiple images. Give it a try and see how it can streamline your workflow.