Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding render size, part of SOLIDWORKS Rendering with PhotoView 360.
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PhotoView can generate images of almost any size and aspect…ratio, however, there are some that are better than others.…The basic ratio's are the following.…3 by 5, 16 by 9, 4 by 5, or a square image.…Now you can render it any size you want, but a lot of times you want to…choose a standard size ratio so it fits…nicely, and you can cascade images across a layout.…And they're all about the same size and aspect ratio, so they format well.…We also need to look at the quality of a render.…Which can have a signifigant effect on the time it takes to generate that image.…
Let's take a look at a few examples.…What I've done here is I've gone into the Options panel in PhotoView.…And I'll I've down is kept the images the same size.…So I basically ran them all at 1200 by 1200.…And I did run the one at 24 by 24.…To give a good comparison.…And then all I've done is changed the final render quality from good to…better, best and then maximum. So let's take a look at the results.…And here they are.…Okay so the very first image we ran was 1200 by…
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