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    opengl render

    Is there a way to do hight resolution render with the opengl preview in layout, something like 6000x10000pixels(and save it)? How to do it in Lightwave? I have tried quickshade render and realistic render and opengl but the result is not the same, take a look
    i would like to use the opengl render as a final render.
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    For opengl all you can do is a screen grab. If you want it high resolution then you will have to do a normal render using the F9 key. But before you do your render, select the camera (shift-C), open the camera properties (lowercase p) and set your resolution. Once you exit the camera properties then you can hit F9 to do a render and save from there.
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    You can "Make Preview" then "Save Preview" but it is limited to your screen size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwburman View Post
    You can "Make Preview" then "Save Preview" but it is limited to your screen size.
    Yep your right, I tend to forget about it since I only have used it twice in the last five years. Most of my normal renders are more than fast enough for what I have done.
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