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Photoshop CC 2015 Export As is adding a fucking pixel

over 4 years ago from , Product Designer @ Match.com

I'm trying to export screens for the app store, and they need to be 750x1334 (in addition to many other sizes they require), not 751x1334. I'm sizing it down in the export from the largest size of 1242x2208. Any ideas on how to fix this without making specific artboards for each size? I'm already packing 8 layer comps per 6 artboards. I also am not excited about opening each one and trimming a pixel off and resaving.

22 comments

  • Alejandro DorantesAlejandro Dorantes, over 4 years ago

    Make it 769X1337

    lol

    11 points
  • Mahdi FarraMahdi Farra, over 4 years ago

    turnoffonagain

    11 points
  • Petr KaplunovichPetr Kaplunovich, over 4 years ago

    This happens to me when the position of the artboard (x and y) is not an integer (100.5 instead of 100).

    7 points
  • Ethan Clark, over 4 years ago

    Adobe needs to fix this as soon as possible.

    2 points
  • Vince LaneVince Lane, over 4 years ago

    Hit the same problem just today. Was pulling hair out until I figured out what was going on.

    1 point
  • Jéferson MatanaJéferson Matana, over 4 years ago

    You just need to scale it by 60.38%. This is not a bug, as Petr Kaplunovich said, this happens when the position of the artboard (x and y) is not an integer (100.5 instead of 100).

    0 points
    • Sean LesterSean Lester, over 4 years ago

      I figured it was something like this, but even ensuring that scale it still seems to be adding that dang pixel.

      0 points
  • Oskar LevinsonOskar Levinson, over 4 years ago

    Are you sure you don't have any half pixels in there?

    0 points
    • Sean Lester, over 4 years ago (edited over 4 years ago )

      Positive :(

      Edit: I fixed my issue by manually adjusting the canvas size in the export settings to not be based on the image size, but the be exactly 750x1334. So it may well still be exporting a 751x1334 image, but cropping it down by that one pixel. This is acceptable to me.

      0 points
  • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, over 4 years ago

    Save For Web still works. Definitely a good option until you're happy with Export As.

    0 points
    • Chris Aalid, over 4 years ago

      For some reason Save For Web exports the artboard size + whatever bigger things (like Smart Objects) extend beyond the artboard and are clipped by it. Export As functions as you'd expect and just does the artboard size. Maybe it's just me doing something wrong?

      0 points
      • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, over 4 years ago

        Oh, right. Yeah, there’s no artboard support. Two possible solutions:

        • Draw some slices where your artboards are. You can use slices with Save For Web. Yep, that's a bit crazy, but it would work. With the artboard selected in the layers panel, you can press ⌘A, then use my Make Slice from Selection action to create a slice.

        • Select the artboard in the layers panel, then ⌘A, ⇧⌘C, ⌘N, ⌘V, and Save For Web (you could make an action for that as well).

        Far from ideal, but they get it done.

        Or, if you just need to batch process a bunch of images to crop a pixel off, Photoshop is pretty good at that. It's actionable and can be done to many images. Should you have to? Nope. But, it is doable.

        0 points
  • Amit Patel, over 4 years ago

    You could run each image through Automator with Digital Photography Automator Actions for CC. In the past, I've used Automator to run through multiple steps and re-save files. Has a learning curve but not much.

    Crop, scale, etc are items included in the free set. http://www.robotphotoshop.com/?page_id=8

    Hint: "Open" & "render" automator actions are required in each workflow..

    0 points