Choose the topmost option “Export Original”.
Each exported image will be
given a file name consisting of
a sequential number, followed
by its image name.
The drop-down list “Format” offers the common graphic file formats that
are understood by third-party applications. For the “JPG” file format you
can also choose an image quality.
De-select the option “Export Original”.
Below the “Format” and “Quality” choices follows a list of advanced
options. Selected options are shown with a checkmark. To select or
deselect an option, or to change its settings, click the appropriate list
With the “Preview / Detail Settings” button, you will be able to see the
images that would result from your export settings as well as adjust
settings for individual images to further optimize the outcome.
To reuse previously saved export settings, choose a setting from the
“Saved Settings” drop-down list near the top of the “Export Object As…”
The film strip view below the preview
display offers thumbnails for quick
one-click access to an individual image,
rather than having to browse through one
image at a time.
Optimize Sharpness Individually
The preview panel will display the
to-be-exported images based on your
current export settings, including image
size and quality.
You can choose zoom factors between
12.5% and 1,600% for your preview.
With StudioLine Photo Classic you can export your images, optimized to best suit any number of
applications and clients. The new “film strip” in the export preview saves lots of time when
verifying your export settings.
Select the images to be exported. To open the panel “Export Objects As…”,
choose “Export (Save As)” and “Images” from the “File” menu.