According to your video the original dimensions are 6016×4016 (a bit hard to read) and at the end (in Photoshop) they are 1738×1160.
So, unless I’m missing something, the dimensions are not unaltered. Since 1160 = 2×580 it points to the ppi problem, as discussed in earlier posts.
However, this problem should be solved by the If…Then action in the macro. I have no clue why it isn’t.
Well, we can do two things:
- Can you post a link to the unaltered original image?
- Below you find a debugging version of the macro. It will output size and ppi information from three different stages of the macro, like this:
Can you run the debugging macro on two or three images, where at least one of them has a resolution higher than 72ppi?
For each image: Write down the Original values (size & ppi) according to Photoshop. Run the debug macro and copy the results from the debug messages. Write down the Final values (size & ppi) according to Photoshop.
Post the results.
Resize Image (Debug).kmmacros (12.6 KB)
BTW, it’s a good idea to change the hotkey of the macro, since ⌘2 is also used in the Finder for the list view.