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Hi everybody,

I need to print a visualization of my results. For this I need a picture file resolution of minimum 3000x1000px.

Can anyone tell me how to capture or export a picture of a visual result out of hyperview in a higher resolution but the screen's resolution.

Thanks in advance

Jan

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Hi Jan,

2 possibilities:

A)

1) Open a TCL command window: "Tools -> Command Window ..."

2) Make the window active (blue frame) where you want to make a screenshot from

3) Enter the following commands (press return after entering each line):

hwi GetSessionHandle session

session CaptureActiveWindow TIFF filename.tif pixels 1024 768

This will create a TIF file with name "filename.tif" with size "1024x768" pixels. Of course name and number of pixel can be changed. JPEG works the same way.

B)

Preferences -> Options -> Appearance -> Quality (4x)

Regards,

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Hi Jan,

2 possibilities:

A)

1) Open a TCL command window: "Tools -> Command Window ..."

2) Make the window active (blue frame) where you want to make a screenshot from

3) Enter the following commands (press return after entering each line):

hwi GetSessionHandle session

session CaptureActiveWindow TIFF filename.tif pixels 1024 768

This will create a TIF file with name "filename.tif" with size "1024x768" pixels. Of course name and number of pixel can be changed. JPEG works the same way.

B)

Preferences -> Options -> Appearance -> Quality (4x)

Regards,

 

Quality(2x) or (4x) has nothing to see with resolution of captured picture!

The real capacity of captured image depend to your hardware (video card, monitor,....).

You can not make screenshot with resolution more than hardware capacity, IMHO.

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All,


 


I am curious about this request, were you all able to achieve your requirement? I see two pertinent setting within HyperView regarding image quality -


 


One setting within HyperView is the quality 


 


Preferences -> Options -> Appearance -> Quality (4x)


 



Quality




Use the drop-down menu to select a resolution that is two times (2x), three times (3x), or four times (4x) the screen resolution.  The one times (1x) option equates to the actual screen resolution.  The higher the resolution setting, the better the quality will be for image capturing and printing.


The default setting is 2x.



 


The other option is Preferences > export settings > jpeg or avi (for video)


 



Enter a value for the JPEG quality.


Choosing a lower number creates a smaller file with reduced image quality, while choosing a higher number creates a larger file but improves the quality of the image.


export_settings_jpeg.png



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