exporting a map from google earth to a bigger file size


I have a project to put a map of a particular place and have it displayed on a canvas apprx size to 3 x 1 meters.

I could access a map via my google earth application but wanting to know if its possible to have it displayed clear on the size (3 x 1 meters) without pixelated.

Or is there a way we could achieve the same result?

I just wanna a map from google earth in a bigger size
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Let’s forget a moment about Google Earth or maps and focus only on image size and pixels.
You want one image 3x1m without seeing the pixels as big dots.
That implies you must have small dots, more pixels which means high resolution for the picture.
Suppose you watch it from 10m distance, then 1 small dot, not observable should be maybe around 1mmx1mm. Then for 3mx1m we need 3000mm/1mm x 1000mm/1mm. For sure a resolution of 3000x1000 pixels will do the job. Maybe works with even lower, you must try it out.
But generally, when you want a fine image, then just define the minimum pixel size and approximate the view distance where one pixel cannot be perceived  as a square dot. Then you get your minimum resolution and you know are you looking for.

There is an application named Google Maps Downloader:
With a tutorial here:

Or another one:

Google Earth Pro is now free, before was 399$/year:
Well if you could you display the map from your computer onto a projector  or a white sheet on a wall you would have the size you need.
BakakaAuthor Commented:
Thanks Merete. I want to be able to print the map digitally.

@viki2: I have already discovered that tutorial you provided however, what my issue i am facing now is that I cannot load Google Earth Pro (its installed now on the system) each time i click to open as i receive this error (picture attached).

Are you aware of this issues? This is what I am currently facing now?
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Try going to your start orb all programs Google Earth and open in GL mode as the error suggested
Note: Google Earth Pro requires a license key. If you do not have a key, use your email address and the key GEPFREE to sign in.
go here to complete this please

GL mode Google Earth

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BakakaAuthor Commented:
Thanks Merete
You're welcome Bakaka glad it helped thank you.
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