Difference between revisions of "Preload Preview"

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:''Tip: Changes in layer opacity cannot be seen properly without a background to the layer, that's why the opacity transformation''<br>  
 
:''Tip: Changes in layer opacity cannot be seen properly without a background to the layer, that's why the opacity transformation''<br>  
 
:''will effect the layer composition but not the preview."  
 
:''will effect the layer composition but not the preview."  
Check all the most important information about the selected media by scrolling down on the menu, '''(E)'''<br>
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Check all the most important information about the selected media by scrolling down on the menu. '''(E)'''<br>
 
Assign a preferred layer and track position to the layer. '''(F)'''<br>
 
Assign a preferred layer and track position to the layer. '''(F)'''<br>
 
:''Tip: the option is not available for the text layer because it is controlled by the Supertitle Text settings in: '''Menu - Settings - Media'''.''
 
:''Tip: the option is not available for the text layer because it is controlled by the Supertitle Text settings in: '''Menu - Settings - Media'''.''

Revision as of 16:42, 22 September 2020

Introduction

The Preload Preview gives access to the settings of the preload.
Click on a Preload to open the Preload Preview.

Features

Load different kind of media in the preload and switch between loaded media, load and create text layers. (A)
Apply effects to the chosen media.(B)
Modify the clip length and play mode trough the sliders under the clip preview: KeyIn, KeyOut, Progress, Speed, Play Mode. (C)

Tip: the speed slider value goes from 0 to 1 for video clips and from -5 to +5 for image sequences and Hap Clips.
Tip: Random, Jitter and Bounce play modes are aimed to work with Image sequences, not with video material.

Apply layer transformations. (D)

Tip: Changes in layer opacity cannot be seen properly without a background to the layer, that's why the opacity transformation
will effect the layer composition but not the preview."

Check all the most important information about the selected media by scrolling down on the menu. (E)
Assign a preferred layer and track position to the layer. (F)

Tip: the option is not available for the text layer because it is controlled by the Supertitle Text settings in: Menu - Settings - Media.


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