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exporting image from Adobe After Effects CS6 to photoshop CS6

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Hi I am trying to export an image from AE to photoshop. I follow the composition menu export file and it renders and exports the image to a photoshop. However it does not export it full size but exports a cropped version missing most of the image.

Could anyone please help with this?
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Have you checked the "Composition Settings" (Control + K) to verify the size?
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