In ArtRage 2.2 files are exported at 72 DPI because we dont keep an internal DPI setting. Note though that ArtRage doesn't change the actual number of pixels in an imported PSD or PNG.
This means when you export an ArtRage painting to a PSD it still has the same quality and number of pixels as it originally came in with.
The problem is that the apparent dimensions in inches or centimetres changes in Photoshop or some other application that reads the PSD.
All you need to do then inside Photoshop is change the printing resolution of the document back to 300 DPI. There's a 'gotcha' though, because Photoshop changes the apparent size of the document when you alter the DPI.
So follow these steps (Photoshop 7):
1) Export the PSD from ArtRage
2) Open the PSD in Photoshop
3) From the 'Image' menu, choose 'Image Size'
4) Take a note of the current Pixel Dimensions of the document (say, 1024 x 768 pixels)
5) Change the Resolution setting to 300 DPI. You'll see that the pixel dimensions change.
6) Change the pixel dimensions back to what they were (eg: 1024 x 768)
7) Turn off the 'Resample Image' checkbox
8) Hit Ok.
Your document will be exactly the same size, at exactly the same print output as it was before you opened it in ArtRage.
There is an upcoming release to ArtRage which adds in DPI support, so you wont need to do that with future versions of ArtRage.
AndyRage's mantra for graphics engine code:
"Sure - how hard can it be?"