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  • GusPanella
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    Ult2019

    Option 1
    Develop Mode: Make changes to an image....
    Manage Mode: Rt. Click Image > Process > Copy Settings
    Manage Mode: Select multiple images > Process > Paste Settings

    Option 2
    Manage Mode: Create preset > select multiple images > Rt. Click Image > Batch > Batch Develop > Select preset
    Limited only to the number of presets that you can make... OF course one of those presets could be Sepia

    Option 3
    Manage Mode > Select Multiple Images > R. Click > ACDSee Actions > [pick an action]
    If Sepia (or whatever action doesn't exist, you can create your own action.



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  • Ghost1982
    started a topic Applying effects on multiple range of pictures.

    Applying effects on multiple range of pictures.

    Is it possible in ACDSee Standard (or other) to apply editing filters on range of selected pictures? Why in Menu -> Batch only few editing options are available? I can i.e. massively apply only resize or rotate. It's too few. Those operations are part of Editing. So why there are no all the Edit options possible in Batch? I.e. - can I somehow select 100 pictures and apply Sepia instead clicking one by one?
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