I'm working on a game. I've got some source files that are designed and configured to work in a 2048 x 1536 resolution. The source files contain Jpeg files and 24 bit .png files with the alpha preserved. I need to process these files, scale them down by 70.3 percent to work for 1440 x 1040 resolutions ( assets are all various sizes ), run a highpass filter and put in overlay mode and flatten and then save the .pngs and jpeg respectively into a folder called, "1440". Then need to repeat the above process to work for 1024 X 768 resolutions. Is this possible in CS5.5 or later versions? I've got a bit of a deadline and tons to do in the next few days and it's looking like I may have to run this kind of batch on a nightly basis. Do any scripts similar to this exist? I tried Siva's Conditional in Photoshop Cs2 and ran into a few problems and error messages when I attempted to use it. Any help or suggestions very much appreciated.