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Old November 28th, 2011, 05:07 PM
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How to display ACTUAL size image in Fcheck on MAC???

Hi!

i'm putting out the ultimate challenge here, a problem that no one on any other forum has been able to solve...

Its an issue with Fcheck for Maya 2011 on Mac...Every time I import a large image it resizes it automatically to a fraction of its size. For example my image has been rendered out of Maya at 10000 x 10000 pixels but when I open it in Fcheck it automatically resizes the image to 25% of this original size - 2500 x 2500 pixels. ARGGG!

According to the Autodesk Maya Online Help there is a command that will “Display images in full resolution preventing automatic rescaling of large images” ...that command is -F

I've tried entering the line " fcheck -F " into my Terminal application but it doesn't seem to do anything, just spits back the line " -bash: fcheck: command not found " and nothing changes in Fcheck.

Can anyone out there please tell me how to get around this autoresizing issue?

any help would be much appreciated

CdeV

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