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Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 8:31:34 PM | Exporting Renders in Revit 2012

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After some searching I didn't readily see a post with this issue.  My apologies if it has already been discussed elsewhere.

I set my render to Printer and 300 dpi.  I saved the resulting image to the project as well as exported as a JPEG and BMP.  Both image files have a resolution of 96 dpi.  Using the Export Image option I was unable to get any other dpi aside from 96.  Changing the Raster Image Quality still results in resolution being 96dpi.  Changing the value there increases the overall Height and Width pixels of the exported image but not the resolution.

Any input is greatly appreciated.


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Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 4:23:25 AM | Exporting Renders in Revit 2012

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Export the renderings to pdf ... use cutepdf, primo pdf or Adobe pdf. There you can set the resolution to the same as you set when you render it (300 dpi is just fine, 600 dpi is just insane).


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Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 4:39:31 AM | Exporting Renders in Revit 2012

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Thanks. 

That was my next idea.  I'm wanting to export an image for a graphic artist to manipulate for a trifold flyer for my client.  I'll see if they can use a PDF.


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Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 6:30:54 PM | Exporting Renders in Revit 2012

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how do i export to pdf? do you mean thru print?

i have cutepdf but it doesnt show up in the options when i export a image


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Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 6:38:29 PM | Exporting Renders in Revit 2012

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Yes, print to pdf. If cutepdf doesnt work, use primopdf. Its free to use aswell.


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Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 6:41:52 PM | Exporting Renders in Revit 2012

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ok thanks

i did this but how do i check the resolution on the pdf?


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Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 7:03:16 PM | Exporting Renders in Revit 2012

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In "properties" when primo pdf is selected to print you change there the resolution, in "advanced" button. Put there 300 dpi, it will looks nice and wont lose the lineweight. To double check if its printed properly, import the pdf file to photoshop, and check there if the size  is accurate.


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