two images with crop aspect=3:2 export with 1 px size difference in the smaller dimension
I have a bunch of images that are all set to 3:2, but export
with a 1 px width difference (2338/2339:3508). I use crop & rotate to fix the aspect ratio as 3:2, then export from
lighttable with fixed max w=h=3508.
I guess the rounding code for exporting is broken so that it
doesn't always round to the same w:h ratio? See https://gist.github.com/7f84a016e8acdb84e756a24b4113f6db . With no knowledge of the code I would expect it to use the crop
aspect ratio for final size (instead of the the actual aspect
ratio after cropping, as that is inprecise, see example above).
Here are two "minimal" example xmps:
$ pacman -Q darktable
This is currently stopping me from using DT to export my photos, help! :(
#2 Updated by Christopher Smith about 1 year ago
I can confirm the same bug in 2.4.3 and 2.6.0-rc1 (rc2 isn't in Gentoo yet) with an aspect ratio of exactly 1.00 (selected from "square" in the dropdown). Additionally, even though the selector shows an exact size of 5040x5040, the output JPEG is 5056x5057.