How to show the resolution of an image
I'm sorry for the question, but how is possible to show on ON1 the resolution of the current image like in LR ?
Thank you in advance
It's shown in the Info tab at the top of the right hand column.0
Thank you Paul for your answer.
I have seen this information but it always shows the initial resolution, not the resolution after the crop.
Please see the IMG_01 in the original image you can see that the resolution is 2912x4368px, after the crop IMG_02 the resolution displayed is the same 2912x4368px.
Is there is a way to show the right resolution after the crop ?0
Luca, when you're in Crop mode and moving the guide, you will be able to see the numbers changing at the top of the screen. That's the only place that I know of where this info is shown.
It shows this while in freeform. If you select a ratio like 2x3, it will show that instead.0
I confirm what you wrote. I have not found a way to see the number of pixels that the image has.0
Luca, in this screen cap, my photo is 4096x3084 which you can see in the info pane but when cropping you can see at the top next to where is says Freeform that the crop is 2112x1592.0
Rick, it works fine only with freeform but normally I use the aspect ratio 2x3 or 1x1 or 4x5 and unfortunately the program display the initial resolution not the actual.
It is impossible to know the new resolution of the image until you have exported the image.
After the update to the release 2019.2, the problem is still there.0
Luca, it's doesn't take a lot of effort to make it work for you. You can select a crop ratio and immediately switch back to freeform. In freeform mode you need to use the Shift key to lock the ratio while you move it. Once it's adjusted, if the pixel size isn't already showing just click the crop border once and it will.
Remember, you're looking at the top of the screen, not at the info box.0
Rick, I have understood, do not get angry ... 😄😄😄
I hope that this information will be implemented in a future update.
Thank you for your answers.0
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