Batch processing is finally available in Deep-Image.ai!

This feature allows you to process many images simultaneously. If you’re a photographer, run an animation studio or make videos - batch processing can significantly speed up and support your workflow.

Currently batch-processing allows to enhance up to 100 images from the Google Drive folder. In the future we are going to integrate also other cloud platforms (Amazon S3 and Dropbox) and scale up the images limit.

How does the process look? Users have just to paste a link to the Google Drive folder with images and choose enhancement options. Finally they can download a ZIP file with all the enhanced images.

Below you will find a short guide.

How to use batch image processing

Prepare your folder in Google Drive

  1. Upload images to your Google Drive folder
  2. Right-click on the folder and choose “Get shareable link” rightclick google drive folder
  3. Enable link sharing by clicking the button on the right enable link sharing

batch processing paste link

Feedback that can be shown by Deep-Image:

  1. Link and images are correct - you can proceed by clicking the button “Choose options” folder and files are correct
  2. Link is wrong - you have to check sharing settings in Google Drive and paste the link again wrong folder link
  3. There is too many images in the folder - batch upload currently allows to process up to 100 images too many images in the folder
  4. You don’t have enough images available - you can purchase more at Deep-Image Pricing not enough images available in your account

The next steps are the same as with single image processing

You have to choose enhancement options and later download a ZIP file with all the processed images.

If you need any help we will happily help you. You can contact us by email hi@teonite.com.

What’s more, from now you can process with Deep-Image as many images as you need. We’ve released official paid plans. You can check them out at Deep-Image Pricing. Whole process is fully secure and powered by Stripe.