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    The below is what I copied from the required submissions from the competition rules:

    1. Best Image Submission
    2. Best Film/Animation Submission
    3. Best Real-Time submission
    4. Best GPU-based Submission (Post Production Allowed)
    5. Best GPU-based Submission (No Post Production Allowed)

    And I got confused by the requirement, here is my questions:
    1. images should be 1500 pixels with what size?
    2. Vedio( film) minimum 1920 x 1080 resolution, how long min? max?
    3. Real-Time? what is the different between Film? only format is different? content inside of the film? must be different?
    4. Best GPU-based mean? the 3D model file that already having the camera etc setting?
    5. Best GPU-based Submission? Not 100% what the meaning. Is that mean original film without editing by Photoshop etc.?

    Finally. is that must submit all 5 catalogs? Can I just submit 1 or 2 only?

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    1. images should be 1500 pixels with what size?
    The rule says: Images must be a minimum of 1500 pixels in the smallest dimension.

    2. Vedio( film) minimum 1920 x 1080 resolution, how long min? max?
    I assume you mean length in time? We have not set any minimum or maximums.

    3. Real-Time? what is the different between Film? only format is different? content inside of the film? must be different?
    The difference is the real-time category uses a real-time (game) engine to render the final film.

    4. Best GPU-based mean? the 3D model file that already having the camera etc setting?
    GPU based is a category for rendering application that leverage the GPU to render. The rules outline a number of example rendering applications that fit this requirement.

    5. Best GPU-based Submission? Not 100% what the meaning. Is that mean original film without editing by Photoshop etc.?
    The No Post Production category does not allow the use of any post editing. Your final must be rendered using whatever capabilities you can output from the frame buffer.

    Finally. is that must submit all 5 catalogs? Can I just submit 1 or 2 only?
    You can submit to as many or as few as you like. You do not need to submit to all the categories.

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    Sorry! I still not seeing any information of smallest, do you mean the smallest rendering size in max? which is 680 x 480? I just want to be clarify. Thanks!

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    Not sure how else to explain this. Your image needs to be at least 1500 pixels on the smallest dimension.

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    OK! Maybe I should question that what is the smallest dimension that you want to get? I know how fix back in dpi, but I want to know the size of the final images that you want, like A4? A3? or 100mm X 100mm? etc?

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    Default Re: Submission

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Mottle View Post
    Not sure how else to explain this. Your image needs to be at least 1500 pixels on the smallest dimension.
    I think what jeff is trying to say here is the images should ATLEAST be 1500 X 1501 or 1501 X 1500 pixels (Size in max or crop form photoshop)
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    1500 is pixel and that depend on the size of product image that required, like if you nee A3 size then will be 297 x 420 mm= 124740 sqmm. Then you 124740/ 1500= 83.16, your final result is around 25000 x 35000 to get your 1500 pixel. Therefore, what is the size of the final product that required? like A3? A4? or even larger?

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    I think you might need do some more research into PPI, DPI and resolution. If you are not printing an image the DPI and PPI are irrelevant. Just size your image to be at least 1500 pixels on the shortest side in Photoshop or render that way from your frame buffer. You're making this more complicated than it needs to be.

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    ok! Thank you!

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