I’m Ayana, a Vtuber!
Today, I will explain about the basic program panel configuration and operation!
- Basic Configuration and Operation of Program Panel
- Monitor image quality setting displayed on the program panel
- Display monitor devision
Basic Configuration and Operation of Program Panel
① This is the Program Panel.
② This time represents the current playhead position.
③ This time represents the time from in to out of video.
Adjust the monitor size to be displayed on the program panel
You can adjust the size of the monitor displayed on the program panel from this combo box. If you select the whole display, the maximum size will be displayed according to the size of the current program panel.
Monitor image quality setting displayed on the program panel
You can set the image quality of the monitor displayed on the program panel from this combo box. Full image quality is best. With full image quality, editing work can be done in detail and you can work with the most beautiful version of the image, but it will put a load on the computer accordingly, so depending on the performance of the computer it may be more efficient to work with the image quality reduced.
① This shows the current playhead position. The same is displayed on the timeline panel.
② This shows the currently set in and out positions. The same is displayed on the timeline panel.
Program panel display settings
① Click the wrench icon here to display the Time Ruler Numbers and the Safe Margins, to adjust detailed settings.
② For example, click Time Ruler Numbers to display timecode on the ruler like this.
③ You can click the Safe Margins to display the safe margin on the monitor like this.
Tool button description
Next, I will explain the tool buttons on the program panel.
① Click Add Marker.
② You can add a marker at the current playhead position. At this time, the marker is added to both the Program panel and the Timeline panel.
You can mark ins on both the Program panel and the Timeline panel by clicking the Mark In button.
Click the Mark Out button to mark out on both the Program panel and the Timeline panel
Go to in/ Go to out playhead
Click Go to in playhead to move to the place marked with In.
Click Go to out playhead to move to the place marked with Out.
Click back 1 frame to move the playhead left one frame at a time.
Click forward 1 frame to move the playhead right one frame at a time.
Click Play/ Stop to run or stop video.
If you click the Lift button, you can delete the part surrounded by In and Out like this, but only the part where the track target is on like this is deleted.
To delete all at once, turn on the track target and click the Lift button to delete all at once.
If you click the Extract button, you can delete the part surrounded by in and out, and fill the deleted space.
①Click the Export frame button to export the image at the current playhead position as a still image.
②Name the file
③Select the file format of the still image from GIF, JPEG, PNG, etc.
④Click the browse button to set the location to save the file.
⑤If you tick “import into project” then the image will be added to the project
⑥Click the OK button to export as a still image and import it as is in the project.
The imported still image can be placed on the timeline by dragging and dropping.
Display monitor devision
Comparison View Button
①By clicking the button of comparison display, you can divide the monitor and edit it while comparing it with another scene.
②Click Side by side view to split the monitor into left and right, the left side is the scene to be compared, and the right side is the position of the playhead currently being edited.
③Click the Go to next edit button to move to the next cut or edited position.
④ Click the Go to Previous Edit button to go back to the previous cut or edited position.
Vertical split button
By clicking the split button in the vertical direction, you can split the monitor vertically and edit it while comparing it with another scene.
Horizontal split button
By clicking the horizontal split button, you can split the monitor horizontally and edit it while comparing it with another scene.
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