AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

HELP!

I'm having trouble with the rendering size. I put in 11 inches by 17 inches and when I open it in Photoshop, the size is actually 4.646" x 4.646".

I tried to put in 100 inchesx100 inches to see if the image is bigger but the result is the same (4.646x4.646).

How do I fix this??

Thanks.

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I don't have Photoshop here so I can't give you a detailed answer, but the way you used to do this was to change the document size in the Image Size DB to what you want.  Not sure why you're getting a square image when your image is rectangular-- that's a little weird.  

FYI, the document size you put in in nXt only helps to specify a rendering resolution.  It is not saved in the image file and image editors, such as Photoshop, have no access to it.

I installed nxt on my laptop (just purchased a license) and it worked fine. The version on my computer however, didn't even ask me for a license number and doesn't seem to work. I will re-install it.

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