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High Resolution Output

I have been using this program since about January 2016, pretty much self-taught.
I am doing floor plan designs for hi-quality offset printing.
I see from other peoples sample posts and tutorials a level of Output Quality that I don't seem to be getting with mine.
I can be pretty self-sufficient with learning it myself, but I'm hoping someone here can point me in the direction of tutorials, forum links, YouTube, etc that addresses this problem.
Having looked through the forums for these answers, there seem to be discussion about setting and menus that I'm not finding. Do I need some sort of Plug-Ins or upgrades in order to see those Settings menus? ••• Any feed back would be helpful. ••• I'm on a 2015 MacBookPro running OS 10.10.5. My version of Sweet Home 3D is: Version 5.1.1 Mac App Store Java version 1.8.0_60 / 64 bit / 2.1 GB max. Very recently I downloaded and installed: AdvancedSettings_PhotoRendering-1.3.1
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Re: High Resolution Output

If you need hi-res images, you have to make (render) hi-res images. Example: if you need 300 dpi (dots per inch) resolution for a crisp print, you need to define that resolution. If your printed image is 10x10 inch, you need to define your image as 3000x3000 pixels. Take note that this will cause long rendering times.

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