1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 13, 2015 9:44 PM by Silkrooster

    Bridge shows an image 72 ppi, but when I open the same image in Photoshop (CS5) it is showing 96 ppi???

    Pollilop

      Just reloaded Windows 7 last week, and reinstalled CS5.  I don't remember this happening before the reinstall. Is there a setting I am missing?

       

      Thanks in advance!

        • 1. Re: Bridge shows an image 72 ppi, but when I open the same image in Photoshop (CS5) it is showing 96 ppi???
          Silkrooster Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          What this is telling you is the ppi value is missing from the metadata. Because it is in the metadata there is nothing to worry about. It can be added at any time with photoshop.

          1)Open the image in Photoshop

          2)Image>Image Size

          3)Type in the correct ppi

          4)click OK

          5)Save file to disk File>Save or if you prefer to use another name to protect the original use File>Save As then type in a name and click OK.

           

          The main information to protect is the pixel dimensions that pertains to the data it self. If these values change so does the data. To protect the pixel dimensions uncheck resample image if it is checked in the Image Size dialog box.