Getting Started

System Requirements

Operating System Windows (7 or newer)
Architecture 64-bit (32-bit no longer supported)
Processor Intel Core 2 Duo 2.00 GHz (or equivalent)
Hard Drive Space 300 MB (not including projects)
Graphics Card OpenGL-compatible
Java Runtime 1.8


Pix2Net is an intense graphics program that is meant to be run locally. If you attempt to use it with remote display software, such as NoMachine NX, Pix2Net is not guaranteed to be responsive (or even work).


Separate installers are provided for each operating system.


Run the Windows installer. If this is the first time you are installing Pix2Net, make sure the Visual Studio 2010 redistributable, Java Runtime Environment 8, and the Sentinel HASP Run-time packages are selected for installation.

After the installation, insert the security dongle into your computer. Launch Pix2Net by double-clicking the Pix2Net shortcut on the desktop, or by going to Start → All Programs → Pix2Net → Pix2Net.


If you experience rendering issues while using Pix2Net (i.e. you see white squares where images are supposed to be), try updating the drivers for your graphics card. To find out what driver you are currently using, open the Start menu, type in dxdiag and hit Enter. Click Display 1, look at the Drivers group on the right, and note the Version field. Then go to the appropriate website for your graphics card and make sure that you are using the latest version of the driver: