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Exported image file don't have 240 DPI, as set in resize

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Excuse me don't.....should be doesn't         Cheers,   David Miller

 

Need assistance in having an image file stay at 240 ppi.

 

Obviously I am missing something.  My bad.

 

In develop persona I have flattened the image file.  

 

In resize I choose the actual file dimensions in inches I need, and set DPI to 240.      Resample is Lanczos 3 (non-separable).

 

Ready to export, I check more, and all is okay.  

 

Export as tiff, and I end up with 72 DPI and not the size I chose.  What is my error?  What am I missing?

 

Please help.

 

Kind Regards

 

 

David

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Problem is that when AP exports to tif with metadata it saves also original dpi setting.

If you save without metadata new dpi setting takes. You can access this setting in export>more dialog. You will lose all old metadata (like copyright, camera model etc).

I wish developers would fix this feature.

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