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Started by :), September 07, 2011, 09:51:32 PM

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what is the highest resolution terra can produce in good time?

cyphyr

Practically speaking the only limits are down to your hardware.  If your using the 64bit version on a suitable platform and have enough ram you could render some truly enormous images. At a certain point you may wish to start rendering in crops and stitching them together.
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FrankB

I've made a 6k resolution render with just 8GB RAM once. I don't remember the rendertime, but it was under a day, with quite high quality settings and a relatively complex scene.

Generally it's impossible to say how long a render takes - it all depends on the complexity of the scene and a lot on the chosen quality settings.
With very large images, that are meant for print, you don't need to use very high quality settings, as the viewer will probably stand a meter or more away from the image.