Hi JD,JDHill wrote:It works no differently in Rhino 5 than in Rhino 4 -- there is the resolution of what is actually rendered, controlled by the Quality setting in the Maxwell Fire window's right-click menu, and then there is the size of the Maxwell Fire window: the rendered image is stretched to fit the window. I'm not sure about what you mean, though, so just let me know if this helps or not.
Here I rather had expected some pixel valuesJDHill wrote:
- What does resolution=5 mean?
That makes sense, unfortunately.JDHill wrote:[*]Since the rendered resolution gets stretched to fit the fire window or Rhino viewport, it's not actually the resolution you see.[/list]
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