Rhino has a command called ViewCapturetoFile that allows for screen captures. Better yet, the dashed version of the command ("-ViewCapturetoFile") allows for custom resolution captures. I was able to extract 16000 x 16000 pixel image files (haven't tested higher)!
Still, it is annoying to individually captures your saved views, so I've created a script back in 2011 (recently updated):
This is a simple script that runs through ALL of your named views at your chosen dimensions, and saves them to a folder of your choosing.
I have an ugly tree model, but I want to use it in my elevations and renderings. In rhino, I choose my views and save them into NamedViews:
|Named Views in R5|
Then, I run the script. The script will:
-have you browse to a new folder for the images (it WILL replace all old images),
-ask for the dimensions of the images (even on a complicated scene, I can easily get a 10K square),
-and proceed to run through each view and take a screen shot with your current display settings.
When done, you should find your views in the folder path:
With the my SetHiddenLineMode.rvb, rhino lineweights, and light photoshopping, you can use your 3d model to create hidden line drawings and elevations for presentations.
|It's better with green leaves|
Lastly, if you are using rhino4, you will need to either run "-testsetaalevel l i " or uncomment that line in the script to get nicer anti-aliasing.