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Render output sizes?

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Sep 07, 2018 Sep 07, 2018

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I rendered a scene as a Photoshop 32Bit/Channel High file and the output dimensions were 1024x768 at 72dpi. Is there any way of increasing this? I realise it will massively increase render times but ideally I'd like to export scenes at print-resolution sizes. Is this possible with Dimension?

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LEGEND , Sep 08, 2018 Sep 08, 2018
Dimension can rendor a new psd and that image can be bigger than 1024X768 yesyes this will take longer to rendor and your system will need more ram to handle such a big file sizeyou could also open the psd you already have and use Photoshop the increase the size above 1024 X 768... the results may be ok, it just depends on the image

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Dimension can rendor a new psd and that image can be bigger than 1024X768 yes

yes this will take longer to rendor and your system will need more ram to handle such a big file size

you could also open the psd you already have and use Photoshop the increase the size above 1024 X 768... the results may be ok, it just depends on the image

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