1. General Questions
Can I use Reshade for printing?
Yes, this is one of the main uses for reshade. The printed images look even better than on screen. Reshading creates sharp textures and clear edges maintaining the original image details.
Why not use Photoshop?
First Photoshop costs a lot. Second, you need to be an advanced user and have a decent amount of time on your hands to get results close to what Reshade offers instantly.
2. Photo Enlargement Software
I saved my first image, but when I open it why is it not zoomed?
If this happens try opening the image at actual pixels/full size/100% zoom in your favourite image viewer. These programs try to fit the image to your screen by default, thus shrinking it. An enlarged image using the default settings is almost identical to the original when down-sized again.
How come Reshade doesn't save the cropped image?
The rectangle on the right image pane represents the selected preview that will be displayed on the left. Reshade crops images only by using the crop feature. When saving, the full resized image is stored to disk.
Can I make Reshade run faster?
With some settings there will be a significant delay in processing the image so the preview will not be refreshed instantly. A progress bar will be displayed at the bottom of the screen. The time needed to save an image is greatly dependent on the settings used. The most time consuming options are Processing Fidelity and Control. The greater the values for these the longer it will take.
What does the 300 megapixel limitation mean?
You will be able to resize images containing up to 300 million pixels (example: 10000×10000 pixels). This means you can enlarge photos up to 1000%-2000% magnification.