Open Photoshop and then go to File>Scripts>Image Processor
A dialogue box will appear. Select the RAW images you want to process using “Select Folder.” By selecting an entire folder, you will be converting all items within the folder.
Then select the location where the converted images will be saved to. If you don’t specify a location by selecting a folder, Photoshop will automatically create a separate folder containing the JPEGS.
Choose the format you want the RAW files to be saved as (JPEG, TIFF or PSD). I usually check the JPEG box.
You also have an option to run an Action (for example: place a vignette on all converted images). I never specify an action when I’m converting these images for viewing purposes. Actions are incredibly useful though if you are using the same effect on multiple photos.
Keep the ICC Profile (International Color Consortium) checked.
Once everything is in place, hit Run and let the magic begin! With the converted JPEGS, you’ll be able to quickly preview each photo without having to open them individually in Photoshop.
****Side note: Photoshop won’t notify you when the conversions are complete.****
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