Playing with JPEG exports in WF5 with real-time rendering turned on. I LOVE that I can FINALLY save as a JPEG in perspective without having to do the menu dance because Pro/E would kick you out of perspective mode. I like that real time rendering is finally somewhat useful, out of the box.
What I don't like is that the saved JPEGs don't match what I see on screen. The highlights change and the reflection and shadow gets cropped oddly. And, if I save at a higher DPI (400-600), it's not even rendered. (Typical PTC, frankly - fix it 80%-90% but still leave it crippled enough that they shouldn't have bothered. But I digress.) The problem doesn't seem to exist in WF4.
I've attached 3 JPEGs, one from the Windows7 snipping tool showing what I saw onscreen, the other two from the Pro/E exports at 100 DPI and 400 DPI.
Anyone else find this and have a solution? I have a call into PTC, but I thought I'd ping the group here as well.