Please specify the application that you will be using to the purpose.
Thank you Sheena for your prompt replay.
Sorry, I may not have been precise enough: I created an album (collection) within Lightroom CC that is synchronized on various machines and in Lightroom.adobe.com in my account. I have then sent a link of that album to a group of people who shall be allowed to download assorted photos from that album. I noted however, that by doing that with the download function in that album (with the litte icon unter “Fotoinfo”) a “big JPG” copy can be downloaded. Doing so shows a resolution of some 2048x 1367 although the file displayed in the album is a Nikon native NEF file with 6016 x 4016. My question is, can the resolution of your download function for downloading that photo as JPG be changed from that 2048 x 1367 somewhere or is that hard-coded by Adobe?
Von: Sheena Kaul
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 23. September 2015 12:00
An: Klaus Blum <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Betreff: Can I change the resolution of Photos one can download from a shared album?
Can I change the resolution of Photos one can download from a shared album?
You should find the forum for whichever product this concerns and post your question(s) there.
Here is a link to a page that has links to all Adobe forums...
Forum links page: https://forums.adobe.com/welcome
Adobe generates DNG Smart previews via the Creative Cloud infrastructure; so the resolution is fixed but these LR mobile previews used for sync, do not count towards your storage limit.
You can however use your storage limit to add any resolution image to one of your Asset folders and share a link - see image below.
Simply Launch Creative Cloud, and go to the Assets tab. Choose Open Folder to add images. Click View on Web to generate a public link.