Suppose you need to save several versions of the edited image: a full-size copy for a photolab, a reduced copy for TV screen, the third image for uploading to the photo hosting A, and the fourth one for the photo hosting B.

The "Multi-Export" script can accomplish this in seconds.

  1. In the uppermost panel of the dialog window, choose a destination folder and, optionally, change the file name.
  2. Check the "Enabled" gadgets next to the sizes you want to export your image to.
  3. Enter the target widths and heights in the corresponding fields of the "1" through "4" panels*. The panel number "0" is reserved for the current image size.
  4. By default, these values mean the maximum allowable dimensions, so the image should be resized without cropping (see "Fit Size").

  5. If you want the image to be automatically cropped to the target size (see "roboCrop"), check the gadget.
  6. Set the image quality for each saved size. (Only JPEG format is supported.)
  7. Check the "Metadata" checkboxes if you want to keep the EXIF, copyright, and other metadata.
  8. As default, all the exported files get saved to the same destination folder with the pixel dimensions appended to their names. In the example shown on the screenshot: "boats.jpg" (original size), "boats_1920x1080.jpg", and "boats_900x596.jpg".

  9. If you prefer saving each image size separately, click "Use subfolder" checkbox and enter the subfolder name into the text field.
  10. The "Export all open images" option lets you save multiple copies of all opened documents at once.
  11. Click "Run" to start exporting.

*When you open the "Multi-Export" dialog for the first time it contains 3 size-fields. Use "+" and "-" buttons at the bottom to add / remove fields.

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