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photoshop 22.5. big jpg size issue

Community Beginner ,
Aug 20, 2021 Aug 20, 2021

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Hello there. A very strange situation happened after Photoshop's 22.5 upgrade. I usually work on 1080x1080 pixel files. When I saved these psd files as jpg with the "save a copy" command, they reached 12-13 mb in size. When I save the jpg from different applications, it becomes 500-600 kb. When I add a photo to PSD, the jpg file size becomes 12-13 mb each time. It somehow loads an extra 10mb into the jpg file. This doesn't happen if I save with "Save for web". I downgraded and reverted to version 22.4.2. Fixed.

 

I am using a mac mini with m1 processor.
Big sur 11.5.2

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correct answers 1 Correct answer

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Yes, it seems like that's the problem. 

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Use the Script from the linked thread (in the first reply-post) to remove Ancestors Metadata. 

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Thank you for your help 🙂

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You’re welcome. 

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Could you please provide one of the jpgs? 

Is there a lot of text under File > File Info > Raw Data? 

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File > File Info > Raw Data:

Cannot display raw metadata, contents too large

 

And attached sample document.

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In older versions it was possible to view the excessive metadata, however, a few years back Adobe changed things:

 

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