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How to export an image from Photoshop CC with dimensions (15300 x 10500) to one PNG without scaling down?

I have multiple images at 15300 x 10500 pixel and created them at this size. However, I can not export it at this ratio to PNG. No matter which way I try "export as ...", "For Web" or "Fast export", I can not put the scaling to 100%. At "Export as ..." maximum is 78%, at "For Web" it is 53,54%. Different images (at the same original pixel dimensions) give the same maximum.

There is a white background and many areas with the same color, so file size is not an issue. The actual file size on the smaller ratios is <2MB.

If i "export layers" the background layer is at its full size, but if I create a merged layer and try to export that single layer it is scaled down, too.

At Illustrator I don't have trouble exporting to full size.

Any help appreciated!

marked as duplicate by Danielillo, Lucian, mayersdesign, Ovaryraptor, Luciano Oct 15 '18 at 8:55

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Use artboards, then right click on the artboard -> Quick Export as PNG. However, you will need Photoshop CS6 or newer.

  • The result is again a file with lower dimensions. – Schneyer Oct 10 '18 at 13:30
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Photoshop seems limited to a specific size on export.

A workaround is to save the image as PSD file and use an external tool to create a PNG.

Note: It may be necessary to merge the Layers in the PSD file.

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    Why is "save as..." > file-type "PNG" not an option? Works for me. – Yorik Oct 10 '18 at 14:49
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Use "save as ..." and select PNG, not "export". That's it!

Made this answer based on a comment from Yorik

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