Export NWarp

The nWarp exporter supports export and upload of warping and blending data to nWarp.

Export Settings

Export Path

The local folder to which all exported files will be exported.


Toggle export of shading files.


Enable to add Blending information in exported shading file.


Enable to integrate Clipping information in exported shading file (clipping editor, clipping-image in project-settings)


Enable to add Uniformity information in exported shading file.

Cutting only (night mode)

Disable blending in shading files, usually needed when optical blend masks are used.

Direct Upload

Enable direct upload of correction data to nWarp installations.

Activate after Upload

If active, the uploaded data will be applied immediately, otherwise only the data is uploaded to the client machines, for later activation.

Remote Folder

A folder relative to the ftp directory on the client machines. This allows export of multiple corrections to the nWarp clients between which can be switched later. This can be used for example to switch between day and night mode, or to export separate configurations for 2D and 3D. (Optional)

FTP Port

The network port, on which the ftp server is running on client machines. The default is 21, but it can be changed in nWarp and the nWarp exporter if this port is already used for another service.

Connection Table

Communication parameters for each channel


Network address


can be unchecked to exclude from direct upload

osc port

Network port for additional communication with nWarp. This port is used to activate the uploaded data.


When used for 2D Mapping, cutting rectangles must be unrotated and well aligned with display layout for nWarp to warp desktop properly.

In order to generate compatible cutting use . There standard overlaps matching graphics driver settings or 100% overlap to disable cutting can be used.