Difference between revisions of "Output Pipeline"

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'''[[File Browser]]:''' To access media files on your computer, File Browser is used. You can open the window for the browser by clicking on the triangle.
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[[File Browser]]: access media files on your system. '''(A)'''
  
'''[[Render Preview]]:''' The final signal which is sent to your output and thereafter to your monitors or projecter, can be monitored here. Final effects and transforms can be applied here.
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[[Render Preview]]: control and transform the final composition. '''(B)'''
  
'''[[Track Manager]]:''' There are different output tracks. The red-colored track is active for editing; corresponding layers are visible for processing.
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[[Track Manager]]: monitor the output of the layers. Mix together the different tracks'''(C)'''
  
'''[[Layer Manager]]:''' The Layermanager enables the layer-based processing of video media, a procedure well known in image processing. Individual image components are composed together in a stack, from bottom to top.
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[[Layer Manager]]: layer-based processing of video media. Composite together individual image components in a stack. '''(D)'''
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:37, 15 January 2020

File Browser: access media files on your system. (A)

Render Preview: control and transform the final composition. (B)

Track Manager: monitor the output of the layers. Mix together the different tracks(C)

Layer Manager: layer-based processing of video media. Composite together individual image components in a stack. (D)

Output Pipeline General.png