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It's the easiest thing.. select both objects open the transform tab make sure that Constain Width and Height Proportions is active type in the desired height press enter... ...and there you have it. Let me know how it goes.
Unless there is some exacting reason to use Photoshop, I would suggest you use ImageMagick instead. It is much more productive to work in shell application when you batch big amount of pictures. Relevant examples for scaling here in the docs Because the application is free its also easy to use this automation wherever you need it, including your server ...
This should be very simple: Record a new action batch, and in that set canvas size to 1200px width (making sure matte is white), save image. You have already got all of your images to 700px height, so, Now run this on your selected folder and hey presto all images will be changed to 1200x700, and either cropped width if is used to be bore than 1200px wide ...
There are many good ways of shrinking down your Photoshop document. Put a Solid Color Layer on the upper most layer Put a solid color layer as upper most layer. This will greatly reduce file size because Photoshop won't save an high quality preview image inside the .psd file. Flatten the document Sometimes you want to send a .psd file but you don't want ...
Your canvas size is 0.9 m x 1.50 m at 1:1. Don't work in full scale, you can use vector software and work in a smaller scale.
What is your concept of top quality? I hope is not insane resolution. Any suggestions? Yes. 1) 100 ppi is good enough on photographs. 2) For text, use vectors in Ilustrator, Indesign or Corel.
You can select both objects at the same time. Hold shift down with the selection tool and select both objects Enable scale tool. Alt + click the point you want as reference in scale dialog type 208/320 *100 (failing that type 65) in the uniform scale box.
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