Now, we will create an output in 1920×1080 resolution.
To do so, click on the V-Node VN01 and on the right tab Output click on +
Click on the Output we just created and then go to the Shape subtab
Switch the Curve Type to Keystone, the most suitable mode for a very simple flat screen.

In the same Shape subtab you can put a test pattern grid on the output.
Go to the Warp window and just move the 4 control points to adjust the output to the bottom of the mapping box.

If we right-click on the output and click on Display on side screen, then we have a small window that displays the output:

If you have a real second screen connected to your computer, this window will fit to your screen :

Once you are done, go back to the Preview window to follow the tutorial.

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