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Resizing landscape and portrait images in DPP4

Real_Badman
Occasional Contributor

Hi all,

 

So, I want to save edited files in DPP4 and resize them when saving, but...

 

If I want the max height of a portrait image to be 1000px and the max width of a landscape image to be 1000px do I have to save them seperately?

 

I guess, what i am looking for is a way to resize by "percentage". Is that even possible?

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Welcome to the forum. 

Check the "Maintain aspect ratio" box and then insert 1000 in each size box. 

John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, MX472, LR Classic

Real_Badman
Occasional Contributor
Ok, thank you, I thought that would result in all saved images being square.


@Real_Badman wrote:
Ok, thank you, I thought that would result in all saved images being square.

As long as you check "Maintain aspect ratio" you will get what you want. 

John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, MX472, LR Classic

Waddizzle
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@Real_Badman wrote:

Hi all,

 

So, I want to save edited files in DPP4 and resize them when saving, but...

 

If I want the max height of a portrait image to be 1000px and the max width of a landscape image to be 1000px do I have to save them seperately?

 

I guess, what i am looking for is a way to resize by "percentage". Is that even possible?


Follow John's advice just above.  But if you want a final image that is 1000 x 1000, then you will need to change the aspect ratio of the image from the fault 3:2 to 1:1.  This should crop off the sides of the images to make it square.

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Real_Badman
Occasional Contributor
Thanks. (for clarity)... I DO NOT want square images, I just want to resize portrait AND landscape images in a single process where the max size of the longest edge of any given image does not exceed 1000 pixels