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I'n trying my hand at making emotes and I would like to see how the emotes would look rasterized at 28p, 56p and 112p.

Currently I have my canvas set to 112p and adjust my emote with pixel view at resolution but I would like to see how it would look in the smaller sizes. Is the anyway to change the resolution of the pixel view so that it will render in a lower resolution?

Alternatively would it be better to set my canvas to  28p or 56p and upscale to the larger sizes? I would like some recommendation on my workflow for making emotes

 

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Try Export Persona and set different parameters for every Slice. 

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