I have a specific task of exporting an image of the viewport to a PNG image.
Currently I can export the image with this code (also appears in the link), AS LONG as the viewport extents are ‘smaller’ than some limit (around 200,000 millimeters in width)
import Rhino import scriptcontext as sc import System def test_view_capture(): view = sc.doc.Views.ActiveView if view: view_capture = Rhino.Display.ViewCapture() view_capture.Width = round(w,3) / 10 view_capture.Height = round(crop_height[i],3) / 10 view_capture.ScaleScreenItems = False view_capture.DrawAxes = False view_capture.DrawGrid = False view_capture.DrawGridAxes = False view_capture.TransparentBackground = True bitmap = view_capture.CaptureToBitmap(view) if bitmap: path = System.Environment.GetFolderPath(System.Environment.SpecialFolder.Desktop) filename = System.IO.Path.Combine(path, "test_view_capture.png") bitmap.Save(filename, System.Drawing.Imaging.ImageFormat.Png) if run: test_view_capture()
are there limits to this resolution/size of the possible graphics to export?
I’m specifically interesting to export my drawing in a resolution of 10mm/pixel (2.54 DPI)
Is this possible?
I know that the Rhino.Display.ViewCaptureSettings has a Resolution property but it didn’t seem to effect anything.
Any ideas would be appreciated