Do one test image. Save it to another folder so it doesn't over write you original.First use the Size/Resolution command in the Edit menu to make the image the pixel dimensions that you want.Then save and adjust the jpg quality to suit. If you are happy with the results, save the Size/Resolution edit step as an adjustment.Then, open the batch processor, select the images that you want, set the jpg settings, save to another folder to avoid overwriting and go.That should do it. You will probably need to play with the Size/Resolution and jpg quality to get the test image close to the size that you want.I can also suggest that you try Photo Mechanic to do this king of thing. It works great with targeting file size and doesn't care what image editor you used.Mickhttp://www.mickklassphoto.comorVisit my nikonians gallery
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