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    Konstantin Zolo

    Hi Franco,

    Thanks for joining in!

    The DPI can be changed when exporting in TIFF format (File -> Export).

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    Franco Verda

    Thank’s a lot

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    Chris Sage

    I need, or at least am expected, to export 1920x1080 px JPEGs for the digital phase of a photo competition with a DPI of 72.

    Having seen the previous post I exported out of Luminar to TIFF at 72 dpi, then loaded the TIFF back into Luminar and re-exported to JPEG, and the 72 dpi was preserved. That's a solution, but involves a somewhat unnecessary step. Why is there no DPI option on the JPEG export?

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Chris,

    I'm not sure why the dpi setting isn't included in the JPG export, but I will pass the suggestion to our developers. In the meantime, a workaround that will save you a couple of steps is to export your JPG at the 1920x1080 size and then open the exported file in Apple Preview, then go to Tools > Adjust Size > and then enter 72dpi in the Resolution field. 

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    Chris Sage

    Thanks Angela. I realised after that this thread is under Aurora HDR. I actually use Luminar. Thanks for the tip about Apple Preview.

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