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    Anastasia Davis

    Hi Mark! There is no such functionality at the moment. I will forward your suggestion to the person in charge.

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    Michael Bidegain

    What about when exporting?

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Michael,

    Yes, you can specify the pixel dimensions when exporting. https://manual.skylum.com/ai/en/topic/saving-an-image-to-disk

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    Jan D

    This kind of functionality is really important - there are lots of applications where you need to make sure the crop is an exact amount of pixels.
    A great example is instagram. Let's say you want to create a multipost image for instagram (say 2 x 1), or 2160pixels  by 1080 pixels (which is instagrams recommended resolution for a multipost image).
    Without the ability to precisely crop the image in Luminar 4 (which I own), it's nearly impossible to get the 2 x1 crop exact.
    But you then say "oh, but you can force a 2 x1 crop in the custom crop". It DOES NOT WORK in Luminar 4.
    If I choose a custom 2x1 crop, and save the crop, then export with long edge of 2160, I get an image that is 2160 x 1078 pixels !
    Luminar is failing me, and this has to be a bug. I've tried it with about 3 images and it is always the same problem. Yet another reason why I'm regretting having purchased Luminar 4. At this point I'm not recommending it to others as a Lightroom replacement. There are just too many little things like this that are buggy. I could really care less about the fancy AI capabilities in Luminar AI.

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    Elena O'Brien

    Hi Jan D,

    Please reach out to us at http://skylum.com/support and we'll get that sorted out for you ASAP.

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