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Export of tiff file

Export of tiff file

Export of tiff file

When I export to a tiff file the image is flipped 180 deg. is there a control toggle for this?


RE: Export of tiff file

What version of UG are you using?  Are you exporting an image of your model, of a rendering, of a drawing or what?  There are several things that can be exported as tiff images, but not all methods are the same.

Tim Flater
Senior Designer
Enkei America, Inc.

RE: Export of tiff file

The image is from the model, and i am using the File>export>Tiff pull down. I am in NX2

RE: Export of tiff file

If on a Windows platform, just hold down the Alt key & hit Print Screen.  Open up your image viewing/editing software (like M$ Photo Editor or Irfanview) and then Paste (Ctrl + V) and save as a tiff.

As far as I know, there is no control over the image orientation in UG when using the File -> Export -> Tiff route.

Tim Flater
Senior Designer
Enkei America, Inc.

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