TurboCAD splits large image into pieces (horizontal stripes) in order to save memory while rendering, and then stitches these fragments into a single image. The filter settings dialog bitmap (bmp, jpg, gif, png) now contains an option called Tile Area, which allows users (based on the amount of memory) to establish the image fragmentation settings Minimal (default) value – 1 megapixel, corresponds to the image size of 1000 x 1000. Maximal value – 256 megapixels, corresponds to the image size of 16000 x 16000 (maximum resolution). If you set "Tile Area" = 256, then for any size of image, fragmentation will not work.
Please note: When installing large values "Tile Area" is very likely to be used throughout the computer's memory which can lead to system instability.