When using the 32bit version of Reshade you will be able to resize images containing up to 300 million pixels (30000×10000 pixels). On Reshade 64bit, the image size is not limited except by available internal memory.
Some parameters enable advanced features that take a longer time to process e.g. ‘Control’. A progress-bar will be displayed at the bottom of the screen when busy processing. To speed up the computation you will need a faster multi-core CPU.
Reshade is used to up-size images such that when they’re printed they will look clearer, sharper and overall better quality. The easiest way to print a reshaded image is to open it in the default viewer and choose print.
The small rectangle on the right image pane in the Reshade GUI represents the selected preview that will be displayed on the left side pane. The entire image area is saved when the crop setting is disabled. Reshade crops images… Read More »How come Reshade doesn’t save the cropped image?
If this happens, try opening the image at actual pixels/full size/100% zoom in your image viewer. When an image is displayed on-screen, it is often shrunk to fit the display area. To better appreciate the up-sized image please view it… Read More »I saved my first image, but when I open it, it’s not zoomed?