A picture is worth a thousand words...
This will do exactly what you describe, if JPEG output without metadata is what you need (this is what the Save for Web
action currently produces). The Save for Web
action produces very good quality output ready for web upload or emailing, with a great file size vs. image quality balance. You can optionally apply a tad bit of sharpening to the files produced by this action, if you check the appropriate option as illustrated above.
Alternatively, you could use a Copy
action instead of Save for Web
, and use some external batch image processing tool to perform the resizing if you need output in other format(s), or with the original metadata. In both cases the image dimension criteria ( > 120 px ) will be the same.
Finally, the Rule Editor window can be resized and clicking on the scrollbar's up /down arrows (or using the up/down arrows on the keyboard) will scroll the lists exactly one line at a time.
I recommend that you go through the File Utilities tutorial
on the help page, as well as spend some time looking at the available selection criteria (there are 22 of them...) and the available actions, you should be able to setup rules doing pretty much anything you want in just a few clicks.
If a selection criteria is missing (say you want to select images based on f-stop, lens focal length or something else from the available EXIF data) then you can always write a small script that tests for this condition programmatically. This is not as hard as it might sound, actually the Script condition
makes it pretty easy: there is a short sample illustrating this type of selection criteria on the tutorial.
There is also a Script action
where you could write another script to act