I have found a workaround fix for this issue. Opening the Lightroom Default 'Burn Full-Size JPEGs' preset, I have made changes to the destination & metadata requirements. It now exports correctly.
This still does not explain why a custom preset is not accepting my input parameters. Yes, I did reboot Lightroom!
Just a thought. Any crop applied to the original image in Lightroom?
Yes, it was cropped square. However, exporting the original uncropped file still had the resize bug. It seems Lightroom has cached a previous export setting & will not clear the cache when resize is unchecked (even after reboot). The success of using the original default preset would support this theory.
Not something I can reproduce, assuming I'm understanding the issue and I may not be. A few more questions....
What's your OS?
Can we have all of the settings for the Custom Pre-set to try and reproduce it please?
Also, you've said it's not an issue if you modify the built in "Burn full size jpgs" pre-set. What about if you save this modified pre-set as a new pre-set?
Again, what about rebuilding a custom pre-set from scratch, is it still an issue?
I used the modified default 'Burn Full-Size JPEGs' preset & saved it, overwriting the faulty one in the process! Using Windows 7 64-bit.
Will try making some new presets & see if I get the same issue. Anyone know if there is a cache that can be cleared in this situation?
Export to: Hard Drive
Export Location -
Export to: Specific Folder
Put in Subfolder: zzzz
File Settings -
Image Format: JPEG
Color Space: AdobeRGB
Limit File Size: unchecked
Image Sizing -
Resize to fit: unchecked
Include: All except camera & camera Raw info
Remove Location Info: checked