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Old 08-29-2019, 02:00 PM
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I've been posting pretty successfully, but I'm stumped on this one.
I'm having a problem resizing a page under 250K
Lightroom can't seem to save it under 250K either.

Photoshop says:

Image Size: 90.8K
Dimensions: 200 px x 155 px

Width: 200 Pixels
Height: 155 Pixels
Resolution: 72 Pixels/Inch

It is now the size of a stamp, and I'm going over the limit size.
What am I doing wrong?

Are there some pictures that just can't be successfully resized?
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Old 08-29-2019, 02:11 PM
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I use photoshop for my pages ...
After saving my psd file I do
file - export - save for web
image size 600 x 600 px
jpg - maximum - quality depends of the page size ..
page size = max 250 kb
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Old 08-29-2019, 02:38 PM
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I have PSCC 2019, It doesn't have the "Save for Web" option. So I save for web in lightroom. When resizing IN LR I tried:

Export>600 pixels
Resolution: 72 pixels per inch.
Limit File Size to 250K

And I received the message:

"Could not create a JPEG that met your limit of 250K bytes."

I tired 400 pixels>72 resolution>250K
Then 200 pixels>72 resolution>250K
Then 100 pixels>72 resolution>250K
Lastly 50 pixels>72 resolution>250K

All produce that error message.

Any ideas? Why is this particular page sizing so large? Has this happened to anyone else?
Any ideas of what it might be?
Some box I haven't checked....

Just really stumped on this one.... ???
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Old 08-29-2019, 03:43 PM
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Can you read this file : https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2565489
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Old 08-29-2019, 05:32 PM
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Yea, something is wrong. I just tried to "Export" it at 2 pixel (two pixels) - 72 resolution, 250K....

"Could not create a JPEG that met your limit of 250K bytes."

That's impossible.

I've got my photographers friends on it.....
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Old 08-29-2019, 07:32 PM
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Try copying the flattened image and pasting in to a new document. Then try saving that new document.
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Old 08-29-2019, 07:33 PM
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Also, you can send it to me at support @oscraps.com and I'll be happy to see what i can do with it.
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I use PS CC2019 and here are the steps, hope this helps

Attached Images
File Type: jpg Save for web 800.jpg (522.6 KB, 17 views)
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For Step 7 above, when you go to save the Web version, put the word 'web' in your filename so you know it is the web size.

Not sure of just want files you are saving, personally I save my PSD file in one folder, in an another identically name folder I save the full resolutions jpeg (3600x3600 pixels and 330 dpi resolution). Then I have another folder with the name of the kit/designer where I save my 600x600 px 72dpi, web version papers. I used an external hard drive so I am not worried about the space.
  • I often use my PSD files as templates, to create another layout, changing out papers and elements and photos.
  • The full resolution jpeg file is used for printing, if I want to create an album or anything.
  • The web size page I post online or attach to emails.

So depending on just what files you are keeping, you need to click Yes or No when you go to close down the jpeg file in Photoshop. No will keep your full resolution at the 3600x3600, whereas clicking Yes will save your resized layout as a web version.

Please holler if you need any further assistance.
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