Bernhard schrieb am 19.02.2018 um 18:41:
I just tried crop 4x5 landscape and export size 3000x3000 and got
3000x2400 both in jpg and tiff.
darkta...@911networks.com schrieb am 19.02.2018 um 18:15:
On Mon, 19 Feb 2018 07:04:27 +0100
Remco Viëtor<remco.vie...@wanadoo.fr> wrote:
On lundi 19 février 2018 05:51:23 cetdarkta...@911networks.com
How do I set the export selected size.
I need: 8" tall x 10" wide @ 300dpi ==> 2400 pixels tall x 3000
* If i use 2400 x 3000 in the max size global option, I get: Image
Size : 2400x1947 (exiftool)
* If I use 0x0, I get: Image Size : 4263x3459
* If I use 3000x3000, I get: Image Size : 3000x2434 (close)
Is there a way of getting exactly 2400x3000?
No, not through the export dialog, the "Crop" module should help
3000/2434 = 1.23
4263/3459 = 1.23
2400/1947 = 1.23
10"/8" = 1.25...
1 - Your image has a different aspect ratio than your paper (1.23 vs
1.25). Darktable chooses to keep the aspect ratio of the image,
while fitting it within the specified rectangle. Of, course,
darktable could stretch/shrink the image to fit, I suppose...
2 - in your first attempt, you swapped the width and height:
darktable expects the output format as 'width x height', so for your
case '3000 x 2400', you asked for '2400 x 3000' output. (see the
Actually, I didn't express myself properly.
1. I just check and my crop is actually 8x10
https://i.imgur.com/5TpnxUx.png (crop module)
2. What should I put in the export selected size for 8 tall by 10
wide with the correct crop?
Do you export to jpg?
Might be an issue with block size of that format? - Just a guess but
perhaps someone with more knowledge might judge on that ...
In portrait same results ... so above doesn't seem to matter in this case.
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