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Edit multiple images at once in Super Batch Mode
Edit multiple images at once in Super Batch Mode

How to edit multiple images in Super Batch Mode.

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Written by Craig Wright
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Super Batch Mode is available on iOS devices only and requires the Business plan. It has some notable benefits over regular Batch Mode:

  • Supports batch editing of up to 500 images at once

  • It is faster than Batch Mode. We use dedicated servers for Super Batch Mode.

You can upgrade to the Business plan via the Photoroom app. Select Batch Mode and then select Unlock Super Batch. Follow the on-screen instructions to upgrade.

The following video shows how to edit multiple images at once in Super Batch Mode. We recommend that you also read the accompanying instructions. They provide useful information about applying changes to all images or only to individual images.

(Video shows Photoroom on iPhone)

  1. On the Create page, select Batch Mode.

  2. Select Start Batch.

  3. Choose all of the images you want to include in the batch. Select Add to confirm.

    Photoroom imports the images and removes their backgrounds automatically.

  4. Select the Template tab and choose a template to apply to the background of your images. Photoroom has a wide variety of templates available and you can also choose any of your custom templates.

    Close up of bottom of batch editing screen. It shows the Template tab is selected and there is a list of templates to choose from.


  5. Select the Resize tab and choose the size and orientation for your images.

    Close up of bottom of batch page. The Position tab is selected and there are options for Original and Centered. Centered is selected. At the bottom, there is a slider for setting the Padding.


  6. Select the Position tab and choose Original to keep the objects in their current position or Centered to align them to the middle of the canvas.

    If you choose Centered, you can also apply Padding (inner margin between the edges of the canvas and the objects in the image).


  7. Select an image in your batch to open it in the editor.

  8. Use the settings to make any changes that you want to apply to every image in the batch. For example, you could apply lighting effects, change the background color, or add reflection effects.

  9. Select the back button.

    Close up of top section of image editor in Batch Mode. A callout arrow points to the back button in the top-left corner.


  10. Select Apply to all. You only have a limited time to select Apply to all, as shown by the timer bar.

    The apply to all dialog. There is a thin dark line at the top that recedes from right to left as the timer runs out. A callout arrow points to the line and it has a clock icon next to it. Inside the dialog, there is a preview of the image and an Apply to all button.



    If you do not select Apply to all in time, the changes will only apply to the selected image.

  11. If there is an individual image that you want to change, select it to open it in the editor. Use the settings to make your changes and then select the back button. Do not select Apply to all. Instead, let the timer bar run down so that the changes only apply to this individual image.

    The apply to all dialog. A callout arrow points to the time line to show that time has nearly ran out. Another callout arrow points to the Apply to all button. There is a red circle containing a white cross covering the Apply to all button.
  12. Repeat step 11 for each image that needs to have changes that only apply to that image.

  13. Select Export. Use the export settings to save and share the images in your batch. We recommend that you save them as files as batches are not saved to Your Content. You can access your most recent batch from the link at the bottom of the Batch Mode page.

Important!

When you edit an image in a batch, there is a Next button at the top. If you select it, the editor displays the next image in the batch.

An image being edited in Batch Mode. There is a preview of the image and a callout arrow points to the Next button in the top-right corner.



When you exit the editor, you are asked if you want to apply the changes to all images. If you select Apply to all, Photoroom will apply the changes from the most recently edited image in the batch.

For example, let's say you have 50 images, but you only edit Image 1, Image 2, and Image 3. You exit the editor and select Apply to all. Photoroom then applies the changes you made to Image 3 to all 50 images in the batch. The changes to Image 1 and Image 2 are lost.

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