i can export higher resolution than 2048 px?

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i can export higher resolution than 2048 px?

Post by maxigg1 » Tue Nov 20, 2012 7:11 pm

good morning, I am evaluating the demo version and wanted to inform me if you can export light-up in a higher resolution than 2048 px.
thanks.

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Re: i can export higher resolution than 2048 px?

Post by AdamB » Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:32 pm

Hi,

Yes, LightUp can export very high resolution images. We've had LightUp users create 20,000 pixel wide images!
LightUp's output size is limited only by your computer memory.

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Re: i can export higher resolution than 2048 px?

Post by maxigg1 » Tue Nov 27, 2012 7:13 pm

Well!, As would have to configure the lighup, I set higher resolution than 32 and always exports by 2048 px. Could you tell me if you have to configure anything else?.
I have a memory of 6 GB. Memory what I recommend for large resolutions export?.
many thanks for the prompt response

AdamB wrote:Hi,

Yes, LightUp can export very high resolution images. We've had LightUp users create 20,000 pixel wide images!
LightUp's output size is limited only by your computer memory.

Adam
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Re: i can export higher resolution than 2048 px?

Post by maxigg1 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 12:27 am

Could you be so kind and send me an example FBX with resolution greater than 2048 px.
an example that would put in a much higher resolution to 2048PX, thank you very much

maxigg1 wrote:Well!, As would have to configure the lighup, I set higher resolution than 32 and always exports by 2048 px. Could you tell me if you have to configure anything else?.
I have a memory of 6 GB. Memory what I recommend for large resolutions export?.
many thanks for the prompt response

AdamB wrote:Hi,

Yes, LightUp can export very high resolution images. We've had LightUp users create 20,000 pixel wide images!
LightUp's output size is limited only by your computer memory.

Adam
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Re: i can export higher resolution than 2048 px?

Post by AdamB » Wed Nov 28, 2012 11:01 am

OK, I think there is a misunderstanding about LightUp here.

LightUp can output very high resolution images.

Resolution in Preferences is NOT referring to this output resolution. It is for controlling how detailed the lighting sampling of your model is performed. The Resolution preference accepts 2 styles of input: a multiplier OR an absolute distance between samples. The second style should be used if you know the scale of your model. For example you might use "25cm" for a Draft rendering, and "5cm" for a final output, meaning light sampling at 25cm intervals across your model, or 5cm intervals across your model.

Check out this thread: http://www.lightup4sketchup.com/forum/v ... 058&p=4224

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Re: i can export higher resolution than 2048 px?

Post by maxigg1 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 2:34 pm

Well I now understand how light-up.
But as the increase in FBX export resolution?
I need the file "lmap-Model.tga" that is larger than 2048 px, can?.
attached resolution image I want bigger, thanks


AdamB wrote:OK, I think there is a misunderstanding about LightUp here.

LightUp can output very high resolution images.

Resolution in Preferences is NOT referring to this output resolution. It is for controlling how detailed the lighting sampling of your model is performed. The Resolution preference accepts 2 styles of input: a multiplier OR an absolute distance between samples. The second style should be used if you know the scale of your model. For example you might use "25cm" for a Draft rendering, and "5cm" for a final output, meaning light sampling at 25cm intervals across your model, or 5cm intervals across your model.

Check out this thread: http://www.lightup4sketchup.com/forum/v ... 058&p=4224

Adam
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Re: i can export higher resolution than 2048 px?

Post by AdamB » Thu Dec 06, 2012 4:32 pm

No the limit *per object* is 2048x2048
Group your model into separate objects if you want higher total resolution.
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