Print Size Wizard | 3dsMax Tips

Print Size Wizard | 3dsMax Tips

The Print Size Wizard feature is useful when you plan to print a rendered image. It lets you specify output size, resolution, and orientation in terms of the printed image; that is, using a standard measuring system rather than pixels. It also indicates the approximate uncompressed size of the image file. You can render directly from the wizard on your computer or over a network, or transfer the settings to the Render Setup dialog.

  • Standard menu: Rendering menu > Print Size Assistant
  • Enhanced menu: Rendering menu > Tools (Rendering Set) > Print Size Assistant
  • Design Ribbon > Lighting And Rendering tab > Render Tools panel > Print Size Assistant
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To use the Print Size wizard:

  1. Set up a scene to render.
  2. From the Rendering menu, choose Print Size Assistant.
  3. Choose a preset paper size, or specify a custom size in inches or millimeters. Alternatively, specify an image size in pixels.
  4. Choose or specify a DPI (dots per inch) ratio for the printed output.
  5. Choose an output orientation: Portrait or Landscape.
  6. When ready to render to a file, turn on Save File, click the Files button, and use the resulting Select TIFF File dialog to specify an output image file.
  7. Do one of the following:
    • To render immediately, click Render.
    • To set further rendering properties, click Render Setup.

Tip: After changing this setting, be sure to preview the image using the Show Safe Frames function on the Point-Of-View (POV) viewport label menu. This shows how the output orientation corresponds to the viewport.
Source https://knowledge.autodesk.com/
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