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Quick saving images in sequence in CS6?

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Hi there! Not a Photoshop newb per se, but not very experienced either.

I've been having fun making stop motion animations with Photoshop by editing images piece by piece (like cutting out and eye, replace it with another eye, moving a foot a bit, add a kangaroo etc), saving the images image by image and then compiling it to a gif or video later on.

Anyways, the process is a bit slow, as the saving takes up unnecessary amounts of time - I always have to click save, and then write the name of the new file to be saved. What I want is for me to be able to specify a save folder and then have the images I save there automatically save in sequence. So the first image I save is saved as, for instance - image01. Then the next image02. And so on. I've just gotten a Wacom tablet with express buttons, and would love to assign an express button to a command like this.

That way I could make these changes to the images and then save it fast (preferably by just clicking a button combo).

But I have no idea how to set this up! Anyone got any ideas or tips on how I can achieve this? Are there script commands I can use for this? I've been using scripts before, but I'm kind of green on how to make them from scratch.

Any help on the subject would be much appreciated! Thank you.


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