The Export Options dialog box

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This is a Pro only feature.

The Export Options dialog box contains options for exporting Epix files.

Image Size

The Image Size section of the Export Options dialog box contains size and scaling options for your model.

Use View Size

The Use View Size option is used to set your output to the exact dimensions of your SketchUp drawing area.

Width/Height

The width and height fields are used to enter a custom page size for your file.

Tip: SketchUp cannot export Epix files with compression enabled. Re-saving your file in Piranesi can reduce file size considerably.


Resolution (Mac OS X)

The Resolution drop-down list is used to select the resolution for the exported image. For viewing images on the screen, 72-96 pixels/inch is adequate. For printing, you might want to increase the resolution to 150-300 pixels/inch. Remember, high resolution images take longer to generate.

EPIX

The EPIX section of the Export Options dialog box contains options for the contents of the exported file.

Export Edges

The Export Edges check box is used to maintain the edge rendering style from the drawing area when saving your drawings as an Epix file.

Note: Edges will not appear in your Epix file if edges are disabled in your style.

Export Textures

The Export Textures check box is used to maintain textures from the drawing area when saving your drawings as an Epix file.

Note: The Export Textures option is only applicable when materials have been assigned to faces and SketchUp is in the Shaded with Textures display setting.

Export Ground Plane

The Export Ground Plane check box is used to create a ground plane in the Epix file without explicitly modeling a ground in SketchUp.