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Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 10:16:12 PM | Captured Rendering done at 200dpi, but saved/exported tiff is at 96 dpi ???

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I am recent grad who works for architects and small developers on a project basis.

The above issue has always perplexed me for years. I use Revit 08. I have read

various posts regarding captured renderings, but have not been able to figure the

mystery out. When I open the tiffs in PhotoShop using image size it indicates 96dpi????

I got the image by playing with the color hue and other settings. I also set the sun angle

at 60 deg, I decreased the sun intensity by 35% and sky by 20%. I got the asphalt road from

accustudio. I am also looking for a more realistic asphalt. Accustudio has another asphalt

material but it looks more like a rug than a road base. Suggestion are welcome for the

road. Thanks for any feedback and help.  These are tough times, so I have very little money to spend on

materials. P.S. Prior to doing the rendering I set the export settings to tiff, landscape "fit to" 1012

pixals.



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Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 6:43:40 AM | Captured Rendering done at 200dpi, but saved/exported tiff is at 96 dpi ???

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as long as the final length and width is the original number of pixels I wouldn't worry about the 96 dpi final product.  As for the road, upgrade to 09 at least, it looks pretty good with what you have.  Maybe try adding detail to make it look more real, stripes etc.

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