Batch exporting pixel dimensions

i want to export pixel dimensions from many images to text files in a batch process. the information can be exported as a metadata template from file info (camera data 2), but i have been unable to record the necessary actions. when i try to record the actions, nothing is recorded other than opening and closing the file. ideas?

That sounds like a script may be better suited for that task.
Have you tried posting over on the photoshop scripting forum?
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