Export Immersaview SimVisuals/Warp

Export for Immersaview’s software warping solution.

Export Settings

Export Path:

folder where data will be exported to.


enable/disable blending.


enable/disable black level correction.

Blending Type:

Select type of blending encoding.


simple edge blending for straight projection layouts. This has several limitations: Blending-edges should be straight. Use Extras \(\rightarrow\) Layout Cutting Rectangles in Mapper2d, and avoid using pitch and roll for virtual cameras in Mapper3d. Cutting-rectangles and camera frusti should be completely inside the projection area, otherwise some of the edge-blend would be missing. Avoid using Fadeout and Clipping since this could create undesired artefacts.


(recommended): flexible image based blending supporting full ProjectionTools blending capabilities for arbitrary projection layouts.

IG Mode:

how channels are distributed on image generators. One SimVisuals file will be generated for each IG.

Single IG:

(Horizontal Span): only one IG

Multiple IGs:

(One Projector Each): each IG is connected to exactly one projection channel.

Single IG (Grid Span):

The number and organization of displays on each ig can be defined.

Separate Displays:

Select if displays are handled as separate displays in windows. Leave unchecked if they are combined using graphics drivers, such as a “Spanned Desktop”, or Nvidia’s “Mosaic” or “Surround” modes.


  1. Export data using SimVisuals exporter.

  2. Distribute data to all igs c:/ProgramData/ABAS Labs/SimVisuals

    (importing data through SimVisuals web interface might skip blend maps.

  3. Select correction data through SimVisuals web interface.

  4. Enable desktop warping if needed.