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Photorendering Window Defaulting to 80x80 Pixels

Brad Elliott
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The subject says it. I haven't been able to narrow it down in any way but I will go to photorender a model and my window will come up as 80x80 pixels. I can't remember this being a problem in the past but have encountered it frequently since in the last three or four weeks. I generally set the window size once and forget about it and move from Sketch to Lightworks as the project moves on. On the current project I have been in Lightworks for a while but today I got the 80x80 window again? Does anyone else have this problem? A solution?
Mac OS10.13.6 AC23 USA Full

Hackintosh 4 GHz i7 32gb ram NVidia1060
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Dwight
Newcomer
Is it possible that you have programmed a view with this render size?
Dwight Atkinson

Brad Elliott
Contributor
I have set cameras, but as far as I know I haven't Programmed a View. How would I check that?
Mac OS10.13.6 AC23 USA Full

Hackintosh 4 GHz i7 32gb ram NVidia1060

Dwight
Newcomer
I mean using the new-fangled naviganizer to define views - if you get something wrong there, it will persist when you choose the view.
Dwight Atkinson

Brad Elliott
Contributor
No, I keep my cameras in the Project Map only and not in the View Map because I don't like them changing things around when I go into 3d mode to try to figure out what I'm doing.
Mac OS10.13.6 AC23 USA Full

Hackintosh 4 GHz i7 32gb ram NVidia1060

Djordje
Advisor
Brad wrote:
No, I keep my cameras in the Project Map only and not in the View Map because I don't like them changing things around when I go into 3d mode to try to figure out what I'm doing.
Heh ...

You should always have the OpenGL view linked to a camera, and a duplicate rendering view. If you don't want a change, AFTER you set it from the View map, open it from the Project map and it will not mess up anything ...
Djordje



ArchiCAD since 4.55 ... 1995
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Brad Elliott
Contributor
You should always have the OpenGL view linked to a camera, and a duplicate rendering view.
When I first got AC10 and tried to do this I couldn't get the photorendering to work and kept having problems with my renderings. However I now just set them up and they are all working fine. The benefit of a year plus experience I guess. This doesn't solve the 80x80 problem but I now have an easy work around. Now off I go to change my Master Templates.
Mac OS10.13.6 AC23 USA Full

Hackintosh 4 GHz i7 32gb ram NVidia1060

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