PSD from CLI
Convert to PNG and extract text from Photoshop files using the CLI
This tool has no native dependencies (no need for ImageMagick or even Photoshop) thanks to the great work done by the folks of PSD.js. Unfortunately, not all image modes and depths are supported yet.
You just need to have a recent version of NodeJS installed on your system.
npm install -g psd-cli
Convert a single file
psd path/to/my_psd_file.psd -c # Creates path/to/my_psd_file.png
Extract text from a single file
psd path/to/my_psd_file.psd -t # Creates path/to/my_psd_file.txt
Preview a single file
psd path/to/my_psd_file.psd -o # Still creates path/to/my_psd_file.png
Multiple file handling
psd *.psd -o # Creates PNG files and opens them in your default image preview software
Full usage available by typing
Usage: psd [options] <file...> Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -c, --convert Convert to PNG file named <FILENAME>.png -t, --text Extract text content to <FILENAME>.txt -o, --open Preview file after conversion (triggers -c option)
The text extraction feature is still experimental. If you experience any issues with it, please let me know by filing an issue on GitHub and attach your PSD file.
There are many cool features available around PSD files. Most of them are covered by other NPM tools. Again, throw in an issue on GitHub to discuss about what would be useful to you.