3ds Max Design can render
images to Encapsulated PostScript format files, which have the .eps or .ps extension.
PostScript is an Adobe
page-description language for encoding graphics images. It is supported
by many printing devices and is widely used in desktop publishing
and graphic design as a means of porting images from one platform
to another. You can not view PostScript files with 3ds Max Design or
use them as bitmaps in materials or environments.
When PostScript is the
chosen output format, clicking Render or Setup on the
Output File dialog displays the EPS File
Output Options dialog.
Select inches or millimeters.
- Image Orientation
Select portrait (tall)
or landscape (wide).
- Data Format
- File Type
Select color or grayscale.
Check to generate a thumbnail
image so that file browsers can preview the contents of the PostScript file.
- Page Size
Set width and height measurements.
Set width and height resolution
in dots per inch (dpi).