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I regularly export maps at 600dpi, so what you can achieve will depend on a combination of your hardware, the complexity of your data and the settings in QGIS. To be honest, your map does not look very complex, so I am surprised you are having problems, unless you have a computer with only an on-board graphics chipset (ie.e no separate graphics card) and ...


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It doesn't seem any of the answers above answered the question, even though each may contain some useful information. This could be a memory issue. mxd and df could take up huge memories, especially if any huge datasets are involved. When looping through a lot of mxds to export, promptly clear temporary mxds and dfs would be necessary, such as del mxd ...



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