Photoshop: Add option to change/set resolution in Image Processor

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When I want to resize all my JPG files, I also want to change their resolution (dpi) in Image Processor.
For example I Saved my RAW files to JPG in 300dpi, but later I want to change the JPG files reso to 72dpi. I must do it separately or with an Action or Save again from RAW files.

It would be very helpful, if you have more than one file to change.

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Anna A.

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Posted 8 years ago

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You might to try the Image Processor Pro:

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Yup. Image Processor Pro will get you there today.
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Ping, Employee

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It is because of image processor uses S4W to save JPEG and S4W get resolution from File Info of Photoshop, File Info doesn't update the resolution info causes the bug. This bug is in our bug system and it is under consideration.

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Scott Martin

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Yep, IPP rocks and will likely come with CS6. FWIW, it's "PPI" and i's likely to be irrelevant with JPEGs used for web and email.