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    Thank you for your help, for now, it works with the Resize Image node. Looking forward to the possibility to set the window size for image generators ;)

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    Thank you, Jaymie, this doesn't seem to work. In VDMX, my composition is scaled. You can compare two outputs here. I also tried with a projector simulation patch - you can see how the upper and the lower parts of the movie are cut out in VDMX. In both cases, the settings in VDMX are 1280x720.

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    Thank you again :) And yes, one very last question. I honestly can't find an answer in the documentation. How to adjust the output ratio in VUO such that I will have a patch 1280x720 in VDMX? So far I managed to create a patch for VDMX using a protocol mode but my window size is 1024x768. I have tried a "Resize Image" node but once I connect to the Image Generator node I have 1024x768 window again.

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    Thank you for your quick reply, Bodysoulspirit. Yes, I was doing it with some of the patches. However, there are many examples where the nodes of the Render Scene to Window node ( from the Requested Frame output or Showed Window) are plugged back into the composition (often into Curve, Math, or Mouse interaction). Examples from the VUO example set: Move Spinning Sphere, AddNoiseToClay patches and so on. I can just assume that some compositions cannot be simply adapted and must be totally restructured keeping in mind the requirements of the protocol mode.

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    How to use Image Generator Protocol with Render Layers/Scene to Window node?

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    I'm new to VUO and want to use it to make compositions that I could load into VDMX. However, in the tutorial on VUO + VDMX, nothing is mentioned about such cases when we want to use "Render Layers/Scene to Window" node. The same issue concerns Syphon too. I'm wondering if there is a special way to use this node when we want to generate a composition that would conform the Image Generator Protocol. Or this is simply a limitation of the protocol that could not be bypassed? Thank you for your reply.