How to save rendering to print it on a billboard

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14 May, 2014 Oksana
14 May, 2014 # Re: How to save rendering to print it on a billboard
Hello, renderstuff. Thank you for being. I have a question. How to save the visualization for the fact that this image can be used to print on a billboard? Business Jobs in 3DMax2012 design + Vray. Familiar advised .tif printer, image dimensions are the same as the size of billboard tab tif image control point 32-bit, 72 dpi. But when you save in max no tabs, where you can specify the number of dpi. I tried to do so. As a result, the picture turned out faded. Gamma 2.2 is always used. In addition, the customer, to kotorgo I'm doing this job, I want the same image can be used to print other waste paper: A5 to A4 format catalog and on the web site. Thanks a lot for your help.


15 May, 2014 Anton (Staff Author)
15 May, 2014 # Re: How to save rendering to print it on a billboard

Hello!

The image generated on the computer does not have the original, which could distort the format, etc., as this is the original image. In whatever format you have not recorded a render, it will be such what you it has generated, with the exception of compression formats and distorting its data on the pixels, for example, * .jpg. And since there is no difference, I personally render in * .png , but if you save the picture in the bmp, tif or jpg without compression, you save the information about the colors of pixels such as it was generated by 3ds Max. The only thing on that, on what you should pay attention to is the actual number of pixels, that is the resolution of the render. Certainly for the board it must be great, a few thousand to several thousand pixels. But you have already learned in the printer that will print the board.

Incidentally correctly billboards from the word billboard (bulletin board or billboard )😉



14 May, 2014 Oksana
15 May, 2014 # Re: How to save rendering to print it on a billboard
Anton, thank you very much. The printer said to set the format of the image is equal to the format of the billboard, ie. billboard - 6x3, respectively vizualka 6000h3000 at 72 dpi. He also said that imaging can be reduced in proportion to the size, but then it is necessary to increase the dpi. I kept visualization in jpg and tif. And that's what happened: Right tif, jpg left. Why tif so pale? What am I doing wrong? That's what I was advised on the site of freelancing: "As for the fading, if you keep to the 32-bit, it is necessary to maintain a range of color 1. mapinnge virey with scale 2.2, it is necessary to put a tick Do not affect colors (adaptation only) When. this in max settings should be as follows: Anton, thanks in advance. PS Anton, and that if I save images in jpg (bright and beautiful), and then to translate it into Photoshop tif?


15 May, 2014 Anton (Staff Author)
16 May, 2014 # Re: How to save rendering to print it on a billboard
Oksana, please, read the lesson about the Gamma 2.2 , including commentary. They dealt with this issue😉


18 May, 2014 Ilya_sp
18 May, 2014 # Re: How to save rendering to print it on a billboard
"6000h3000 at 72 dpi. He also said that imaging can be reduced in proportion to the size, but then the dpi should be increased." Let's let's dot the i. "There is no spoon" (c). DPI (dots per inch) as such does not exist. This is just an indication of the printer, put how many pixels per unit length. Only real pixels, they determine the details and it is their number (6000h3000) you specify in max. Take a leaf in the box, draw on it any picture, painting over the entire cell. What you have now a solution? two points per centimeter (inch possible to translate, but is not the point). What happens if you reduce the cell in 2 times? Figure reduced by 2 times. the resolution will be 4 points per centimeter. Is the number of points has changed? Are there any new details in your picture? no. in terms of computer patterned nothing happened. just changed instructions for your printer, the size of the pixel you (how much they need to fit in a unit of length). in your example 6000h3000 pixels. billboard size 6x3 meters. a pixel size? 1 millimeter (relatively, of course, since there is the print resolution and drops per inch - but that's another story). I, frankly, a little bit strange that you talk with the printer, rather than a designer. There is also still some text to your picture and so on. It seems to me that you are a designer more than help in this matter, and more specifically to say what he wants 🙂


14 May, 2014 Oksana
19 May, 2014 # Re: How to save rendering to print it on a billboard
All great, thank you very much🙂🙂


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