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Topic Closedrendering hi res avi in 3ds

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    Posted: 02.May.2011 at 18:18
Still rookie in 3ds max, I got a job and I made great progress over the weekend building a table assembly from an imported cad model. Utalizing all of the views placing components into position and inserting screws. Running the animation in 3ds it looks pretty good. however when i render it and view the avi the resolution looks very poor. I have tried 800x600 size with and without blowup area selected. Can someone steer me to a good tutorial on this?  Thank you very much for your time in advance.

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