Do all the image you resize have that aspect ratio? A wide 1128:635 aspect ration is not a standard aspect ratio. Most images would first need to be cropped the that aspect ratio the resized. Of you could try content aware resize but there will be some distortion. What is lighthoues classic? resolution is meanngless on the web. The number of pixels is what is inportany on the web. You are posting in a Photoshop forum. An image 1128px by 635px is quite laye for the web an image that size will not fit on many displays.
- Make a document with: W: 1,128 H: 635 pixels. and Resolution: 72 Pixels per inch
- Drop the images in as smart objects or make them into smart objects after you place them into Photoshop
- Then when you resize the images to fit you can keep them contained (may have to crop) and if you have to resize them up or down you still have the original image within the smart object. (try to keep resizing up to a minimum) Not to mention you have one Photoshop file with all your resource files for output.
- File>Export>Layers to Files or
Right click on the selected layers and choose Export
Right click on the selected layers and choose Quick Export as PNG
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You can easily crop and export as a batch in Lightroom.
First set up an Export preset (In File Export) at the dimensions you require and enter the location where you want the exported files to go
Second set up a custom crop preset in the aspect ratio you need. In your case 1128 x 635 = 16:9 so you can use the existing 16:9 preset
Then the workflow is
1. Select the images you want to crop and export in the grid or filmstrip
2. Apply the crop to the first
3. Press Sync and choose Aspect Ratio
4. Quickly run through each image to see if you need to adjust the crop
5. Ensure all the required images are still selected and go to File Export and click your preset to export them
The crop in Lightroom is not destructive so you can remove it and apply a different crop later if you need to.