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    Default Batch Resizing Using View NX-i or Capture NX-D

    anyone has done batch resizing using Nikon View NX-i or Nikon Capture NX-D. How come resized photos resolution is at 72dpi (original 300 dpi) ? Batch resizing (eg. changing longer side of photo) using previous version of View NX dont change the original resolution (dpi)

    Batch resizing photos (original 300 dpi) using Capture NX-D gives 72dpi photos even though i specify the resolution of resized photos to be 300dpi
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    Default Re: Batch Resizing Using View NX-i or Capture NX-D

    Quote Originally Posted by scandisk View Post
    anyone has done batch resizing using Nikon View NX-i or Nikon Capture NX-D. How come resized photos resolution is at 72dpi (original 300 dpi) ? Batch resizing (eg. changing longer side of photo) using previous version of View NX dont change the original resolution (dpi)

    Batch resizing photos (original 300 dpi) using Capture NX-D gives 72dpi photos even though i specify the resolution of resized photos to be 300dpi
    so long you resize the image to the pixel dimension you wanted, don't bother so much about whether it shows 72dpi or 300dpi on the screen in the programme, that is screen resolution, has noting to do with the physical pixel size of the image.


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