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Exporting image founded different Size and resolution compare with Lightroom Desktop

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Sep 25, 2019

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I found the exported image from Lightroom Mobile (iPadOS 13) were much smaller than the desktop version.

I'm using A7iii and imported to the lightroom with RAW file.

when exporting in Desktop version the exported image is 24MP and around 11.1MB size will full-size configuration.

The mobile version keeps the same setting and exported with the highest available size it only got 7MB and 16MP.

My working colleague using the same setup and camera, he also got a similar result with a much smaller file size.

Does anyone try that before?

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Exporting image founded different Size and resolution compare with Lightroom Desktop

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I found the exported image from Lightroom Mobile (iPadOS 13) were much smaller than the desktop version.

I'm using A7iii and imported to the lightroom with RAW file.

when exporting in Desktop version the exported image is 24MP and around 11.1MB size will full-size configuration.

The mobile version keeps the same setting and exported with the highest available size it only got 7MB and 16MP.

My working colleague using the same setup and camera, he also got a similar result with a much smaller file size.

Does anyone try that before?

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If I recall correctly then the compression is greater from Mobile than Desktop. Open both in Photoshop and save as a tiff (in my previous testing, the returned to the same size)

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That’s might be a workaround for it, but Lightroom mobile can easier do the batch processing image from raw to jpg

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I can’t remember where I read it now, so maybe I can find it. Is their any discernible difference in quality between them?

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I think that is barely not that obvious in my monitor and the iPad Pro, The size between them is significant, almost reduce half of the size.

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