PsDotNet is a strongly typed, intuitive, .NET library to assist in automating Adobe Photoshop. PsDotNet was created out of a need to use other C# libraries and external data to create art content.
Adobe provides numerous fantastic ways for scriptwriters and programmers to automate Photoshop. One of the methods they provide is a COM interface. This is great, but if you have used it for anything more than some basic automation, you know that it requires a bit of spelunking to understand what parameters a method is looking for or how things relate. Additionally, while the COM exposes a lot of control, there is much more power laying underneath if you know how to coax it out.
PsDotNet attempts to improve up on what options are available for developers needing to automate Photoshop from #C.
Opening, saving, and renaming documents
Document, art layer, layer set, layer masks, and channel creation and duplication
Art Layer and Layer Set reordering
Crop, rotate or flip a image or art layer
Resize the image or canvas
Copy and pasting content from one document to another
Applying filters and styles to art layers
Creating and utilizing paths and subpaths
Getting or setting the foreground and background colorsThis list can go on and on, but suffice it to say that you can automate pretty much everything except the actual brush painting the canvas.