I just started using MonchaDraw and it is really nice for creating images from background pictures. But, I found something that really bugs me. Even if I size the background image to the entire screen size (larger than the square on the screen) when I save it to ILDA format it gets shrunken. So when I display it on my projector it is too small. Is there a way to keep the size of the frame large? The software seems to scale it to about 1/4 of the available size that my projector can display.
The MonchaDraw exports to ILDA. And this file you can load directly to Moncha. And the size - yes, but it's because in MonchaDraw you can draw also outside the gray rectangle.
And because of this there is Size setting in Moncha Animation, where you can easily make your file bigger.
I don't understand. I created the image and drew outside of the white box in MonchaDraw. I then saved it as ILDA and loaded in Moncha. But, in Moncha I can only make it as big as the saved size or smaller. So, in Moncha, even though I have size set to max on all screens, my image is only 1/4 the total available size.
Maybe I am doing things wrong. If so, please explain how to create an image that is the full size (-32768 to 32767) in x & y.