Some of the actions might running pretty slow even when you have a high performance PC and its getting worst when you running a batch action on a folder full of images. Of course its really annoying to wait until its finish. To help speed up the process I want to share with you this secret tricks. But before that, lets figure out the reason why its running slowly. There are 3 factors that affect the speed of your actions.
- The image size is too big (high resolution).
- The process inside the actions is very long.
- Photoshop keeps creating history point for undo process.
To keep the actions running at full speed, there are two things that you can do.
First : In the History palette's menu, under History Options, turn off the checkbox for "Automatically Create First Snapshot".
Second : Go to Photoshop Menu > Edit > Preferences, and choose Performance or you can press Ctrl+K shortkey and then click the Performance tab. In the History States, the default number is 20. Lower the number to 2 states and click OK.
Notes : Don't forget to increase your History States or change your History Options back after you're done or you'll be down to two undos.
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