And here’s how to call a filter preset in Acorn from Retrobatch, with the AppleScript node. The way I have it setup is Read Node → Write Node → AppleScript node. This way Retrobatch will read in the files and write it to a new location. Otherwise it’ll open up and modify the original.
using terms from application "Retrobatch"
The processAsset handler is called for each image asset that passes through this AppleScript node
You can return a boolean value that says wether or not this asset should continue on through the next node(s)
set assetPath to file path of anAsset
tell application "Acorn"
set doc to open assetPath
call filter preset with name "Checkered Brush"
end using terms from