For image sizes you need to go to the links results, either the flat view (which will list each occurrence of each image) or the ‘by Link’ view (which will list each image once) and switch on the column ‘target size’ (if it’s not showing already). In the Filter drop-down you can select ‘Images’ to just show images.
Obviously you’ll need the ‘check images’ checkbox switched on in order to see images in the list.
There’s a new setting in your site’s settings, called ‘load all images’. With this checkbox off (it should be off by default) then you should still see image sizes in the columns, but they rely on the ‘content-length’ server response header field. That will be the compressed size of the image (if gzip compression is used) and may not be available in some cases.
With the ‘load images’ option on, each image is loaded so Scrutiny will know the exact size of the image. This is more reliable but obviously slows your scan a little.
The column in the by link and flat views can be sorted, so you can find the largest images easily.
If you export to csv then the export should reflect what you’re seeing in Scrutiny (ie filtered and sorted the same way)
This all applies to Scrutiny (from version 7.5.10) and Integrity and Integrity Plus (from version 6.11.6)