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Anyone know how the heck to make this old copy of MacOS Bryce3D 1.0.1 render larger than the screen resolution?

There seems to be some sort of ratio selection for larger pixel resolutions, but the program will not let me select them.
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Nevermind, I figured it out. You have to go to the preferences section and click on "expert mode." This unlocks the larger rendering sizes.

Only problem is that I cannot get it to export 3840 x 2160 successfully as it hangs in an infinite loop when I export the .pict file.

2560 x 1440 works though, derp.
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at first i thought u were talking shit about my name, but then I googled Bryce 3D.


Jesus



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