Batch Processing Images with AKVIS Retoucher: Automatic Photo Retouching

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Tutorial: AKVIS Retoucher

Batch Processing


AKVIS Retoucher supports batch processing that lets you automatically process a series of images. This feature is useful when retouching a lot of photos with similar defects or with the same date stamp.

It's possible to use batch processing in both (standalone and plugin) versions of AKVIS Retoucher, the steps are the same:

  • Step 1. Using the selection tools of AKVIS Retoucher mark the areas with the defects. These areas will be retouched in all photos in the selected folder.

    Save the selection to a .retouch file by clicking on .

    AKVIS Retoucher Window with Marked Defects
    AKVIS Retoucher Window with Marked Defects
  • Step 2. Adjust the parameters. These settings will be applied to all photos in the folder.
  • Step 3. Click on the button in the Control Panel to open the Batch Processing dialog window.

    Batch Processing Window in AKVIS Retoucher

    In the Source Folder field choose the folder which contains the photos to be processed.

    In the Target Folder choose the folder where the processed photos will be saved. You can check Include All Subfolders to process all images in all subfolders of the selected folder (keeping the structure).

    Choose a .retouch file with the selection.

    In the Save As list specify the file format and quality level for the images.

  • Step 4. Press Start to begin batch processing of the photos.

    Batch Processing Series of Photos
How It Works How It Works
   — Workspace — Workspace
   — Using the Program — Using the Program
   — Toolbar — Toolbar
   — Parameters — Parameters
   — Vignette — Vignette
   — Preferences — Preferences
   — Batch Processing — Batch Processing
Examples Examples
   — Removing Large Objects — Removing Large Objects
   — Restoration of an Old Family Photo — Restoration of an Old Family Photo
   — Lioness in a Cage: Removing Rods — Lioness in a Cage: Removing Rods
   — Restoring a Picture of a Boy — Restoring a Picture of a Boy
   — Prepress Processing — Prepress Processing
   — Daguerreotype Portrait of 1893 — Daguerreotype Portrait of 1893
   — Portrait of a Child — Portrait of a Child
   — Historical Photo: a Gypsy Band — Historical Photo: a Gypsy Band
   — Badly Damaged Photo — Badly Damaged Photo
   — Remove Stains from Grandpa Photo — Remove Stains from Grandpa Photo
   — For the Mother's Day — For the Mother's Day
   — Restoration of a Boy's Photo — Restoration of a Boy's Photo
   — Retouching Photos in 7 Steps — Retouching Photos in 7 Steps
   — Old Photo from Photoshop Samples — Old Photo from Photoshop Samples
   — Ukrainian Family — Ukrainian Family
   — Baby Photo Restoration — Baby Photo Restoration
   — Black and White Photo Restoration — Black and White Photo Restoration
   — Removing Unwanted Details — Removing Unwanted Details
   — Removing Tattoos — Removing Tattoos
   — Building Up Images' Borders — Building Up Images' Borders
   — Repairing An Old Torn Illustration — Repairing An Old Torn Illustration
   — Ladies' Man: Removing Lipstick Stains — Ladies' Man: Removing Lipstick Stains
   — Improvisation: Dance of the Little Swans — Improvisation: Dance of the Little Swans
   — Moments of the Past — Moments of the Past


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