Batch Processing With RadLab
You can use Photoshop to run a batch of images through RadLab. The workflow is very similar to batch processing with actions. Here’s how you do it.
Create An Action
Head over to your actions palette. Actions need to live in an Action Set, so unless you already have one set up for your own actions, start by clicking the folder icon to create a new Action Set. Then click the New Action button. Give it a nifty name. When you click the Record button to create your action, Photoshop will start paying attention to everything you do, and will record it in an action.
Run RadLab With Your Recipe
Finish Recording Your Action
Queue Up A Batch
Hit Run, and RadLab’s magic will be applied en masse to the entire folder of images. Congrats! You’re now a certified Level 2 Workflow Ninja!