I'm working on a 72ppi PSD file.
A have hundreds of files in different ppi (96ppi, for example) all of them are 800px tall
When placing them in the PSD, intead of being 800px tall, they are smaller. I KNOW this is a totally normal behavior WHEN PRINTING.
But since I'm not printing them, is there a way to make Photoshop respect the pixel dimensions instead of the ppi value?
Checkin "Don't resize images when placing" does not work. This just changes the % size of the smart object to fit PSD.
I can batch edit the ppi EXIF info with some linux commands, but I'd like to know if there's a way to do it automatically when placing.
300 ppi PSD 1920x1080 pixels. Place a 72ppi 1920x1080 pixels photo.
Placed smart object will not be 1920x1080 since PS changes the dimension due to different ppi.
Any way to avoid this?
Please, don't explain me what ppi is because I understand that. And don't say that ppi does not matter when working on computers and only matters in printing. I know this does not matters but it seems to matter to Adobe since they change the placed images size.