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Tue, Oct 16, 2007 at 9:25:21 AM | Rendering dpi

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fennie77


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Any1 know how I can increase the resolution of rendering from 300dpi to more, as my boss would like to zoom my image to a big poster, and at 300dpi, we can never zoom up our rendered image.

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Tue, Oct 16, 2007 at 9:53:50 AM | Rendering dpi

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first choose the frame of the camera view and choose the size you want to print.

then under the rendering design bar- image size- set the dpi.

if you chhose a very large paper size say 1000mm x 1000mm you will only be able to get up to about 300 dpi. but if you lower the paper sixe to say 500mm x 500mm you should get the dpi up to 600 

but really if you want to do posters you should export your model to Viz or Max and render from there


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Tue, Oct 16, 2007 at 10:02:52 AM | Rendering dpi

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Thanks for reply. I have tried to export it to viz, but I cannot get the effect i have on revit, mayb I am not familiar with viz, cant seem to get what i wanted after many renders, enc. an image rendered in viz after i export it from revit, and import it in viz, pls comments, thks

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Tue, Oct 16, 2007 at 10:28:46 AM | Rendering dpi

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Yhea, there is no point in sending it to viz if you don't know how to use it. Viz/Max can be complecated. one thing that will imediatly improve your image is to make sure the background is white instead of grey. sorry can't really get into all the different options in viz that may help you as it would take too long.

i do have one other way getting renders at higher dpi,

place your camera, set the paper size of the camera frame.

then grab the camera frame and drag to to say the top 1/4 or 1/8 or 1/16 of the view. you will now be able to push your dpi up from say 300 to 600 or 1200 or 2400. but you will have to do 4 or 8 or 16 renderings.

then with photoshop stich them together.

a bit of advice always leave a bit of overlap or else you get to photoshop and you realise you missed a bit!!!


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Tue, Oct 16, 2007 at 2:52:13 PM | Rendering dpi

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At the Rendering tool, go to Image Setting and setup your required resolution e.g 600 dpi. You have to take note of your screen size (screen resolution) as it will increase the rendering time. I normally set to at least 2000 pixel. Once done click OK.  When you start render, you will notice that the dpi is set to Custom (600 dpi). At 600 you should get a good rendering effect even without redoing it with Viz. All you need is a good touch up with photoshop. Ooh...you can set even  even higher dpi if you want too. I have tried 1200 dpi before. Nice work there.

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Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 3:06:54 PM | Rendering dpi

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first choose the frame of the camera view and choose the size you want to print.

 

how i can choose the paper size?

 

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