Clicking the scene editor button will open the following window:
1. Setting the screen position and size
2. Space for creating a scene
SCENE NAME – Name of the created scene.
NEW SCENE – Button for creating a new scene.
DUPLICATE – Button to create a new scene from the currently loaded scene.
” -“ – Drop-down menu for selecting one of the created scenes.
REMOVE – Button to delete the loaded scene.
FREE TRANSFORM – Button to activate the mode for changing the shape of the screen in the scene.
3. The path for defining the graphic elements of the scene
BACKGROUND ASSET – The path to the location of the file that will be used as the background for the scene.
FLASH PATH – The path to the location of the flash file that will be used to display the text in the scene.
4. Definition of screen behavior in the scene
SLIDER – Setting the transparency of the window in the scene. The transparency of the window is used for easier scene setup and will not affect the broadcast scene.
REMOVE – By clicking the “REMOVE” button, the selected screen in the scene will be deleted.
16:9 VER – Setting the vertical side of the selected screen in a ratio of 16:9 to the horizontal side.
16:9 HOR – Setting the horizontal side of the selected screen in a ratio of 16:9 to the vertical side.
5. Audio switcher for volume in video file used for background scene
6. Coordinates of screen points in the scene
The size of the screen can be adjusted by entering the coordinates of the points of each screen individually. FILL refers to full screen points and CROP refers to cropped screen points.
X1,Y1 – coordinates of the upper left point.
X2,Y2 – coordinates of the upper right point.
X3,Y3 – coordinates of the lower left point.
X4,Y4 – coordinates of the lower right point.
NOTE: The number of points on the vertical and horizontal axis is 10,000.
7. Controls of the video file used for the background scene
a) – Button to play the video file.
b) – Information about the current position where the reproduction is located.
c) – Rewind the video file in 5 and 1 second, backward and forward.
d) – Slider for manually rewinding the video file.
e) – Button for marking the point from which the repetition will be made.
8. Adding a screen to the scene
a) – INPUT
PLAY SWITCHER – adds to the scene a screen on which the video selected in the rundown list will appear.
SWITCHER-I 1-8 – add to the list a screen on which the image from input 1-8 will appear.
b) – AUDIO
MUTE – audio from the input will not be output.
ON – audio from the input will be broadcast.
c) – ANIM
OFF – No loading screen animation will be used when starting a scene.
ON – When starting the scene, the loading screen animation will be used.
d) – SPEED
A slider that determines the speed of the animation if the animation is on.