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Wondering if any of you have had this same issue... I run the image processor script out of Photoshop to convert RAW/tiff files into JPEG for early workflow reasons. Before this wasn't an issue but now the image processor is making extremely large JPEG files. Seems to be an issue with new versions of Photoshop CC. What were once 5Mb JPEGS are not turning into 150Mb JPEGS using the same image file and the same script. Any thoughts?
Lightroom. Just create a catalog, import all your photos and the export to your hearts content.
That is a solution but would like to figure out through Photoshop first if possible. Thanks.
Lightroom did the trick but still don't understand why the same basic script would produce such different results. We're talking 20x the file size between Photoshop and Lightroom handling RAW images. Anyways... thanks.
Check the bit depth settings..
Can you post a screenshot of the settings?
Try excluding the files metadata, esp. camera metadata.
Reset your script parameters. Or batch process out- double check the output dpi and size 20x14" 300 dpi file is only 72 mb tif file. so you are way over that.
Thanks. Still not sure what's going on but appreciate the input.