Pixelwarp Keystone Advanced Correction Software

Pixelwarp Keystone the next evolution in projector placement software for PC Desktop and full screen GPU applications.New version 4.2.1

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Pixelwarp Keystone is a software tool for geometric correction (warping and blending)  of full screen real-time applications and windows 7/8/8.1/10 desktop applications. The software is simply manipulated through control points, aligning the projected display to the screen surface.


in the past, projector placement had to be placed in a way that on-board keystoning could function, but now you can place the projector way off center and correct for the stretch.
Also corrects for overshoot situations.

Warp Setup

New version 4.2.1

– NEW: Qualified with Windows November 2019 Update
– NEW: Automatically configure perspective views for P3D, X-Plane and DCS simulators
– NEW: Create HTTP TouchPanels to control the software form Tablet/Phone (Ultimate License Only)
– NEW: Specify custom projector name for better identification
– NEW: Pin displays to GPU physical outputs for invariant displays enumeration. (Requires NVidia or ATI GPU)
– NEW: Lock and protect configuration by password for unattended and kiosk setups
– UPD: Extended CMDNET commands with SHOW and HIDE
– UPD: Improved and clear GUI design

NEW: Anisotropic filtering (default 4x) for DirectX and OpenGL warping
NEW: New and improved system-level warp hooking for Windows 10
NEW: 16bit HDR blending for .procalib files
NEW: SYSNET interface for remote control
NEW: Draw lines between control points

NEW: Background images per projector with frustums orientation/angles for better mapping
NEW: Add reset to default parametric blend
NEW: Support for NVidia API nvapi-r361 (ultimate version only)
NEW: Support for up to 8 different control sets
NEW: X-Plane Multiview plugin 2.2 with X-Plane 10.50+ support
NEW: Load the projector warping from another dat file
UPD: Improved NVidia native warping support (ultimate version only)
UPD: Improved OpenGL warping
UPD: Support for DOOM OpenGL mode

Warps and Blends both windows desktop and full screen applications.
32 and 64 bit applications.
*Up to 3 projector display outputs on one PC.
*Up to 40 x 40 warp points.
*Auto warp applications at PC start-up.
*Image animations for linearity test
*Runs DirectX and OpenGL Windows Games and simulators and windows 7/8/10 desktop applications.
*Adjustable amount of warp control points.
*Runs on GPU for same as application frame rates.
*Auto warping of anything that runs on the pc no menu loader or dll to mess with.
*USA tech support.
*Works with Triple head 2 go units.
*Pick the display to warp.
*Multiple test patterns and images, even your own custom ones
2 years free updates after purchase.(upgrade in two year intervals at 40% original cost)
*Digital download no shipping.                                

WHERE CAN I USE Pixelwarp Keystone?
Pixelwarp is a versatile software tool that can be used to:
•align In-store advertizing windows
•align Projectors when used in projection mapping
•align Movies/Games /Sims onto curved and non-planar projection screens
•align non blended multi-projector displays
•align to curved screen displays.
•align stacked projectors to increase lumens.
•align Passive 3d projectors.

WHY CHOOSE Pixelwarp?
Pixelwarp delivers next generation performance by leveraging the power of the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) in the host computer.
•Resolution is only limited to that provided by the GPU
•Low latency
The user interface is easy to use, 
•Simple mouse and keyboard operation
•Real-time responsiveness
•Configuration of complex displays in minutes yet under the hood lies a powerful and sophisticated system. 

Some of the features include:
•Multi-display support.
•Has gamma control for edge blend.
•Matrox TripleHead2Go support.

Software Requirements
Windows  7 /8/10 32 or 64bit 
Directx 9 / 10 / 11 or Opengl games and sim's.
Minimum 2GHZ processor.

Projector Outputs configurations

·  None (No projectors connected)
·  1x1, 2x1, 3x1
·  1x2, 2x2, 3x2
·  1x3, 2x3, 3x3

  • Desktop Applications Yes
  • Games / Simulators Yes
  • Full Screen Applications Yes
  • Edge Blending Yes
  • System Requirements win 7/8/8.1/10 32 or 64 bit
  • Warping Yes
  • Max Projectors / Displays 3

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a commercial and non-commercial licence?
A non-commercial or home licence is for individual use only. It can only be purchased if you are not receiving monetary gain from the use of the software.
A Commercial licence is for customers who are receiving income from the use of the software

How do I get a Demo of this software?
Just send us an email to sales@pixelwix.com and we will send you a link.

I have chosen “lock to my hardware” for my delivery method – what happens next?
Once our sales team have reviewed your order, you will be emailed a download link to download your software. You will then need to provide us with your hardware id from the pixelwarp software panel.
The hardware id is located in the licence tab. Please email this to us at sales@pixelwix.com along with  your order number. We will then send you a release code to lock your software to your pc. Please note: it cannot be moved to another pc.

What happens if my PC fails and I need to change a component?
When you change a part, the software will generate another hardware id. This tells us which part is changed and that it is still essentially the same computer. We will then issue another code for that PC. If all the parts are changed, we cannot issue another code. If you think you are likely to have these kinds of problems, or want to use on more than one computer, purchase the USB Key version.

My USB key has failed, what can I do?
In the unlikely event that your key has failed, you can return it for a full replacement.

What is the Add Autoblend licence option?
This allows you to use the camera configuration file from Autoblend.

What is Autoblend?
This allows for automatic calibration of your warp and blend arrangement of your screen image via a simple camera like a webcam. The file is then imported into Pixelwarp .