Resizing to 72 PPI for emailing to our Photo Club website portal, but images "Properties" are still 300 PPI
Can anyone help me with this....
I am using ON1 Photo Raw 2020 with a Windows 10 HOME desktop computer.
I am trying to resize some images from our last club outing and every time I set the
pixel width to 1400 and change the resolution to 72 PPI, which the club requires for uploading
to their website portal, ON1 keeps the resolution at 300 PPI.
I have it set to 72 PPI in the column box on the right-hand side of the resize screen, yet when I check the Properties of the image, after it has been exported to my desktop, I highlight the newly resized image and select "Properties" of the image and it always reads: 300 DPI.
I have even set the Preferences for images to 72 DPI in the ON1 File Preferencesboxbut still they show as being 300 DPI, which the club does not accept for online submissions.
Can anyone explain to me how to resize the image to 72 DPI and keep it that way after
exporting to my desktop? It is a mystery to me why the Properties for the image always
read 300 DPI, when the width of the pixels is correctly resized to 1400 from a larger number.
Any help or guidance as to how to adjust this to correctly get my images to 72 PPI upon resizing, would be greatly appreciated.
If you specify the exact pixel dimensions the PPI is irrelevant. It is just a conversion factor that says how many inches the image will be at those dimensions. You set the width to 1400. At 300 ppi you get a 4.67" wide image. at 72 ppi that same image becomes 19.4". Notice that the pixel dimensions do not change.0
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