ON1 Short Clip — Batch Processing a Preset

Watch me quickly show you how to batch process a selection of images using the ON1 Export feature. Easily access multiple photos and apply a preset of your choice, making is faster to process your images!

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6 comments on “ON1 Short Clip — Batch Processing a Preset”

  1. On September 12, 2016 at 4:47 pm Richard Petocz wrote:

    Outstanding! At first, I was worried that the Batch option wasn’t included with the PPS 10/10.5 and I used that option often when I had PPS 9 installed. This new method of batch processing is actually easier and seems to be arranged so that I don’t forget something I wanted to include or overlook something I didn’t, (which I have done more times than I care to admit).

    Thanks for the tutorial, great job!
    Rich

  2. On September 13, 2016 at 8:21 am s_grins@hotmail.com wrote:

    Current batch processing is based on applying preset(s) to original photos. Does On1 plan to change anything to this process when it comes to a new ON1 RAW software?

  3. On April 27, 2017 at 11:19 am georgegmk@yahoo.com wrote:

    As shown in this tutorial video, Batch Processing a Preset is NOT available with ON1 Photo RAW 2017. It’s not in the drop down menu as shown in the video. When is it going to be included? When people switched/upgraded to ON1 Photo RAW 2017, they were told (on this website, in the descriptions of the products), that the new ON1 Photo would be the SAME as ON1 Photo 10, only better. Well, that is not totally true.

    1. On April 27, 2017 at 2:19 pm Patrick Smith replied:

      How many photos are you trying to batch? There is an easier way to do it in Photo 2017.

      1. On May 17, 2017 at 9:39 am Carl Thorn replied:

        So whats the easier way???

      2. On May 17, 2017 at 10:08 am Patrick Smith replied:

        I recommend using the copy/paste photo settings which is new to Photo 2017. You can actually see what the photo looks like with the preset applied instead of using the old way. The old way being, starting the batch, waiting, and finding out a photo didn’t end up looking good once the preset was applied, rinse and repeat. The new way of copy/pasting settings and working non-destructively (also new in Photo 2017) allows the ability to go in an adjust the settings after they are applied. Here is a couple of videos on the different ways to do this. https://www.on1.com/blog/find-and-apply-presets-from-the-browser/ and https://www.on1.com/blog/on1-short-clip-applying-presets-from-browse/ – hope this is helpful!

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