Here, you can chose which action you want to use.
Click on the drop-down box to open it, then select the Overlay blend mode from the list:. Actions are not recorded in real time.
This will bring up Photoshop's Gaussian Blur dialog box. Nor will Color Balance work on a grayscale file. You could even do another action to rotate a folder of images or perform any other image processing that you normally do manually. Remember, there's no reason to panic. The name of the step doesn't really tell us much, other than it sets the currently selected layer to something, but if we twirl open the step by clicking on the triangle to the left of its name, we can see that this step will rename the currently selected layer to "gaussian blur", which is exactly what we want:.
We're going to change the blend mode of the new layer. When I do, a small gray dialog box icon appears, telling me that the dialog box will now pop open for me when I play the action:. Go up to the Filter menu at the top of the screen, choose Blur , and then choose Gaussian Blur.How to Create and Save Actions in Adobe Photoshop CC
On this page Guidelines for recording actions Record an action Record a path Insert a stop Change settings when playing an action Exclude commands from an action Insert a non-recordable menu command Edit and rerecord actions. As you're dragging the slider to lower the opacity of the layer, make sure you don't release your mouse button until you've dragged the slider to the desired value.
Do not use scrubby sliders when recording actions. Modal operations and tools—as well as tools that record position—use the units currently specified for the ruler.
Having said that, once you've lowered the opacity of the layer, you're done recording all the steps needed for the action!
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Page 1. If you change a setting in a dialog box or panel while recording an action, the changed value is recorded.
Results depend on file and program setting variables, such as the active layer and the foreground color. Now that we an action set to place our new action in, let's create our action! You can use the pull-down menus to select pre-defined data for these fields or type directly into the fields. To exclude or include all commands or actions in an action or set, click the check mark to the left of the action or set name.