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The Track is the result of the compositing of the layer manager. By default there are two tracks and in each track 8 layers to use in your workspace. <br>
 
The Track is the result of the compositing of the layer manager. By default there are two tracks and in each track 8 layers to use in your workspace. <br>
 
There are different output tracks. The red-colored track is active for editing; corresponding layers are visible for processing. <br>
 
There are different output tracks. The red-colored track is active for editing; corresponding layers are visible for processing. <br>
The maximum number of tracks in MXWendler is 4 and each can host up to 16 Layers.  
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The maximum number of tracks in MXWendler is 4 and each can host up to 16 layers.  
  
 
These settings can be changed in the Settings menu under:  
 
These settings can be changed in the Settings menu under:  

Revision as of 17:01, 14 January 2020

The Track is the result of the compositing of the layer manager. By default there are two tracks and in each track 8 layers to use in your workspace.
There are different output tracks. The red-colored track is active for editing; corresponding layers are visible for processing.
The maximum number of tracks in MXWendler is 4 and each can host up to 16 layers.

These settings can be changed in the Settings menu under:

Settings → Windows → Misc.

By selecting the checkbox under each track a Crossfade can be activated. (A)

The transition mode can be chosen from the menu on the side of the checkbox.

Tip: the Track Manager panel can be dragged&dropped anywhere on the software UI. It can be useful to customize the UI according to your wish. Clicking on the triangle brings the panel back to its default position.'

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