Bugs PSD file and DPI converter

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furioustgw
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Bugs PSD file and DPI converter

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Hi,

there are two bugs which are ongoing in the last Versions.

1. If you take a Photoshop file (multilayered saved as max Compatibility) batch convert it to JPG, while opening a new converted JPG in Photoshop, Photoshop brings a message "that this Photoshop file (which is not anymore it is a JPEG now" is damaged. The new file however is OK, its workings, its a JPG, however all converted PSD-> JPGs bring this error.

2. If it is a set that a target for converted file has to have exact 300DPI. If the original file has lets say 72DPI, it is converted to 300DPI correctly. However, if a original file is really close to the result of 300DPI, lets say 240DPI or 310DPI... the converted file has not been converted to 300DPI, the original DPI remains the same...
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Re: Bugs PSD file and DPI converter

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furioustgw wrote: Mon May 25, 2020 12:46 am 1. If you take a Photoshop file (multilayered saved as max Compatibility) batch convert it to JPG, while opening a new converted JPG in Photoshop, Photoshop brings a message "that this Photoshop file (which is not anymore it is a JPEG now" is damaged. The new file however is OK, its workings, its a JPG, however all converted PSD-> JPGs bring this error.
Could you send me input & output file?
2. If it is a set that a target for converted file has to have exact 300DPI. If the original file has lets say 72DPI, it is converted to 300DPI correctly. However, if a original file is really close to the result of 300DPI, lets say 240DPI or 310DPI... the converted file has not been converted to 300DPI, the original DPI remains the same...
how do you change the dpi?
Pierre.
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