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Old 04-03-2003, 04:04 AM   #1
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I feel pretty lame for asking this but what is the best way to take wireframe images as jpegs. This is so I can post work for the Monthly competition...

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hardware render buffer?

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Really? How would I do that exactly?
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In your render window Goto Render->Snaphot->(Select your view). Then after it renders, goto File->Save Image.

I think thats it.

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the easy way it to take a screenshot then go to paint paste it and take the wire out of the large into a small one then save it
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Thanks guys I feel much better now that I know that.
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I usually hit the "Print Scrn" button on the keyboard. This takes a screen grab and saves it like a "copy" command. Then, I open Photoshop, Ctrl + N to make a new image, Ctrl + V to paste the screen grab into the Photoshop file. Crop and resize to my liking.
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sorry, I thought he meant an *animated* wireframe. For that: Playblast or hardware render buffer.

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