Adding a boarder to an exported image

Hi....
Would like to be able to export an image to a given pixel size and add a boarder to the image, I know you can do this via the print module but I can’t find a way of setting a size in pixels.
Nick

That's not a possibility in this beta, however you might find this plug-in useful: http://www.photographers-toolbox.com/products/lrmogrify2.php  It'll allow you to set the size in pixels using the export dialog and add borders of your choice.

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