You can also improve resolution by increasing the size of the main Caret window. In photoshop you can then adjust the dpi.

David VE

On Mar 26, 2007, at 8:42 AM, John Harwell wrote:


We tell the software that writes the image to write the image in the highest quality possible. For JPEG format, this means that the image data is stored using the least compression (higher compression makes the file smaller but can result in loss of detail). There are no options available to specify the DPI. Have your tried saving in BMP, PNG, or PPM formats? I believe that these formats use no compression and should duplicate the image you see in the main window.

You could try capturing an image of the Main Window with an image capture program. If you are using Windows, pressing the Print Screen key will place an image of the desktop onto the clipboard which can be pasted into a program such as photoshop. On a Macintosh, the "Grab" program can be used to capture an image.

John Harwell

Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology
Washington University School of Medicine
660 S. Euclid Ave.    Box 8108
St. Louis, MO 63110   USA

On Mar 23, 2007, at 5:43 PM, Katrin Krumbholz wrote:

Is tere a way to set the resolution for the main-window image capture in CARET to anything higher than 96 dpi (that's what the capture seems to
produce irrespective of image format or capture preferences)?
Many thanks in advance, Katrin

Dr Katrin Krumbholz
MRC Institute of Hearing Research
University Park
NG7 2RD Nottingham

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