Photoshop CS6: Automations, with RC Concepcion

This class will teach you how to use your time more efficiently and leverage some of the new features of Photoshop CS6.

Learn how to automate common processes in Adobe Photoshop from creating actions and batch processing, to creating Droplets. This class will teach you how to use your time more efficiently and leverage some of the new features of Photoshop CS6.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 01:05)

Lesson 2: Creating an Action (Duration 05:38)

Lesson 3: Tool Recording (Duration 04:25)

Lesson 4: Inserting Stop and Conditions in Actions (Duration 05:33)

Lesson 5: Insert Menu Items (Duration 03:20)

Lesson 6: Batching an Action (Duration 12:14)

Lesson 7: Importing an Exporting Actions (Duration 03:22)

Lesson 8: What Is a Droplet? (Duration 06:06)

Lesson 9: Creating a Droplet for Lightroom (Duration 07:32)

Lesson 10: Creating a Translucent Watermark (Duration 07:10)

Lesson 11: Placing an Image in an Action (Duration 10:52)

Lesson 12: Installing Script Listener (Duration 03:53)

Lesson 13: Using ScriptListener to Create a jsx File (Duration 03:19)

Lesson 14: Running A Javascript Command (Duration 06:16)

Lesson 15: Conclusion (Duration 00:53)

Meet Your Instructor: RC Concepcion

RC is an education and curriculum developer and a “Photoshop Guy” for KelbyOne. An Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Lightroom, RC has 10+ years in the I.T. and…

3 Comments

  1. Great info. I really appreciate the in-depth level that this course was taken. As a fairly avid PS user, I learned several new tips that were very helpful! I didn't see the download information for the Adobe Configurator in the description (possibly an oversight of mine) but easily found it at adobe.com by searching for it. Thanks for the course....I'm looking forward to having my own custom panel within PS, what a terrific feature I never knew about!

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