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Wed, Sep 20, 2017 9:50 AM

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Photoshop server

Please consider releasing a Adobe Photoshop Server version (just like Adobe Indesign Server)

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why?

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There are many reasons why a server version of Photoshop could be very usefull. It could be part of an editorial workflow to optimize images (resample, color conversion, ... ), it could be very usefull as engine to a web application to do heavy image processing, ...

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I suspect the workload-requirements and the nature of the processes make a huge difference between Photoshop and Indesign and their suitability for providing server-solutions. 

an editorial workflow to optimize images (resample, color conversion, ... )
Could you elaborate on that? 
How do you utilise the Indesign-server in your workflow at current? 
Do you access the server from proper computers or tablets/handhelds for example? 

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I use a website that controls 8 computers (VM's) running photoshop to run batches of scripts.

Because I work in e-commerce, handling 10k+ images per day is normal and this way anything that can be automated is handled by one of the VM's.

Having a Photoshop server edition that emulates the capabilities of the desktop version of Photoshop could potentially eliminate the need for such a custom-built platform. Perhaps (like distributed computing) several photoshops in one LAN could link up to distribute workload while batching files? *dreaming* ;-)