The "EER Upsampling Factor" allows the rasterized images to have a higher resolution than the actual resolution of the camera (similar to super-resolution images from Gatan cameras). For example, an upsampling factor of 2 will create an image with twice as many pixels in each direction as the physical camera. Values of 1 (no upsampling/native resolution), 2 and 4 are supported. Note that using a value of 4 may result in extremely large images and high GPU memory requirements. In some cases, it is possible to recover information beyond the physical Nyquist resolution of the camera using upsampling of e.g., 2.