Photoshop: More options for Exporting Data Sets (JPG, PNG, PDF)

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Since the removal of ImageReady from CS3 is there any other method of exporting Data Sets as something other than PSD files (i.e. jpg, png, etc)?Exporting Data Sets through ImageReady gave you more file extension options whereas now you can only export them PSD files.
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Chris Masters

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So true... really missing this functionality, otherwise it means creating hundreds of PSD files, batching them into PNG/JPGs... deleting them.... why?
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Photoshop: Export data sets as PDFs.

I often work with variable data sets with thousands of lines of information. I love the Variable Data option in Photoshop, however; I don't understand why it only lets me export the data sets as PSDs. It doesn't give me the option to export them as a PDF.

This creates an extra step for me, having to convert the PSDs to PDFs, which takes a long time because of how many files it has to process.

Please add the ability to export data sets as PDFs!
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I need to export as TIF since you can view Thumbnails on TIF's and you cannot do that on PSD. Why is that not a function?
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you can use Print Conductor for printing PSDs Files.  whatever files you can print
Or you can use ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2018 which is FASTER than Adobe Bridge
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Request: Export Data Sets as JPEGs.

Feature Request: Export data sets as JPEGs. I do a ton of variable data exports and I have a ton of really intriciate/large files that it would be awesome if I could skip a step and directly export as JPEGs instead of exporting as PSDs first and then batch converting those to JPEGs.