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i currently use paint.net for simple animation and manipulation of video's/pictures. and i have always wanted a feature that let me save all my currently open pictures. hopefully with some user friendly interface that allowed me to select the folder, a number system (ie picture 1,2,3 etc) allow me to have a prefix of suffix.

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Tonight i scanned all my study notes from university, i wrote them all on blue paper. when i wanted to reprint them i would not want to waist all the blue ink. so i changed the luminosity curve to give a white background on all of them. but then i had to save each of the photos individually (like 100 of them in total). if i could just pressed saved all, select the folder, put a prefix of "week 2 notes no". i could have saved time.

i did previously manipulate over 2000 photos that were each frame in an animated sequence, that would have also been helpful then.

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This has been discussed previously...

Like pyro says there, if you close pdn, you get a prompt asking if you wish to save anything that hasn't yet been saved. It's a whole lot faster than clicking on each individual file and saving it separately. Also, if you are making an animated sequence, I would suggest doing it all in one image on separate layers, then use the Layer Saver plugin to save all the layers into separate files.

 

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Take a look to the popular feature requests...

Save All -- This has been requested quite a bit recently, and I'm planning to add it to v4.0.

or that... my bad I shoulda payed attention to that...

 

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