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Good afternoon!

I'm new here. I recently bought AP after working with Photoshop for many years. My wife and I take a lot of pictures. That's how I photographed more than 100 days this year. We use different cameras and recently also occasionally a smartphone.

Unfortunately, this means that the original image formats are different. For example:

3648 x 2736 px            72 DPI
4000 x 3000 px          180 DPI
4864 x 3648 px          180 DPI
3968 x 2976 px            72 DPI


So that I come in the post-processing of the images to approximately the same results, I have set up in PS the exemption tool (= cutting in AP) so that I use it in the course of editing all images in the format

13.33 x 10 cm = 1574 x 1181 px with 300 DPI.


So far I have not found this option in AP. How can I achieve this? It is very tedious if I have to cut each individual shot while editing. Especially after vacation or travel I have to process 50-70 or more pictures every day.

 

If my English is not correct, I apologize.

 

Best Regards

Guzzi

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Hi Gnobelix.
Your suggestion could be what I imagine. However, I can not import your macro, probably because the file extension .afmakro is wrong. If I change these, however, on .afmakros comes an error message:

 

= Unexpected macro format. Error loading the file "C:\Users\XXXXXX\ Download\ ...a.s.o."

I am using Windows 7 Prof.

Best Regards

Guzzi

 

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7 minutes ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

The file extension is correct, but a *.afmacro file (which contains a single macro) must be imported via the Macro panel, not the Library panel.

@αℓƒяє∂ has  it explained, the file extension is correct.

in the attachment a macro  with libraries extension.

 

Cheers

Imagesize.afmacros

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Hi Gnobelix!
1) I have now imported your first macro via the Macro Panel. But it did not work.

2) Then I imported Imagesize.afmacros via Library Panel. When I run batching with it, it WORKS AS WANTED. Thank you very much!

Good Night.
Guzzi

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Hi Gnobelix!

Unfortunately, I was happy too soon. In the meantime I have installed the current version 1.6.5.123. Batching with the Imagesize macro does change the pixels but not the DPI (should be 300). I would be glad about a correction.

In addition, the change date does not seem to be entered in the EXIF data.

Cheers
Guzzi

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4 hours ago, Gnobelix said:

I hope it works the way you imagine. 

Yes, now it works again. Thank you very much.

Greetings
Guzzi

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Hi Gnobelix,
again me. Two days ago I installed your new macro and it worked. Today I wanted to use it again, but only the pixel sizes are changed, but not the DPI. What can be the reason? The PC was restarted in the morning.
I also deleted and re-imported the macro - no change.

Greetings
Guzzi

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Hi Gnobelix!
Now I've found a way to work with your macro. Although the switch to 300 DPI does not work in batch processing. But when I click on the macro individually for each photo, it does exactly what I wanted. This is a very good, simple and fast solution. Many Thanks.  Is it possible to set a shortcut for it?

Greetings
Guzzi

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Hello Guzzi,
I'm afraid that's not possible right now to create a shortcut for macros.
I have started a batch process with the macro there were no problems.
All images have a size of 1574 x 1184 px with 300 dpi.
That's why I can not comprehend why it does not work for you.
I'll take a closer look tomorrow.
Cheers

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