making different crops

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making different crops

Post by obelisk » Sun Feb 03, 2019 12:07 am

I'm not sure what tool to use. I usually make a color edit of a photo. Then I do a custom B&W in PS.

Then from these, I make a few different crops, wide, tall, square. I want the crops to be the same in color & bw versions.

Then of each crop, I want to make a few resizes at say 500, 1000, 2000px While I can make many scripts to do bits n pieces, I can't get 1 script to open the file and even make all the crops right?

Is there a way to do this at all, not manually? custom B&W stuffs me up.

And I want to be able to crop visually to ratios, not type pixels which differ photo to photo.




Also, are the xbs files the same as the xnview ones?
I see you can export bat for nconvert, but it doesn't save the folder options etc.

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Re: making different crops

Post by xnview » Sun Feb 03, 2019 10:10 am

So if i understand, you want to use several version of xbs to make different output in one step?
obelisk wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 12:07 am
Also, are the xbs files the same as the xnview ones?
XnView MP & XnConvert use same xbs format.
Pierre.

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Re: making different crops

Post by obelisk » Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:12 am

Yes, correct. Like I set up a few xbs, and you load each photo and output 1 for each xbs.
I thought you can use bat, but you cant

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