Layers

Layers added on top of the sources and can be transparant.

  • Global & scene layers
  • Layer content
  • Add a global layer
  • Add a scene layer
  • Requirements

  • Global & scene layers

    There are 2 types of layers

    • Global layers (Keys): used on all sources & the preview and program mode
    • Scene layers: only used on that particular scene in preview and program

    Example global layer, added on both preview and program scene

    Example Scene layer, only added on that particular scene


    Layer content

    2 types of content can be added as a layer:

    • A static graphic: a simple image of a logo
    • A animated link: integrate live animated graphics of Singular / Dizplai / Tagboard or Flowics 


    Add a global layer

    • Press the "Add global layer" on the switch panel
    • Select the type of layer you want to add
    • Select the asset or paste the link
    • The layer is now added in the box and active on preview and program
    • Hover the global layer box to:
      • Turn  on/off the layer
      • Remove the content from the box

    Add a scene layer

    • Go to the scene panel of the source you want to add a layer to
    • Press the "+" button on the layer part
    • Select the type of layer you want to add
    • Select the asset or paste the link
    • The layer is now added to that scene only
    • You can:
      • Turn on/off the layer by clicking on the "eye" button. Red means its active.
      • Remove the content from the box by hovering over the image and pressing the 'delete' button


    Requirements

    • Create the layers in full screen resolution on 1920*1080 and position the items on the correct position
    • When layers are added, the first layer is on top, the later ones are under that layer. If you want to change the order you need to delete the layers and start adding them again.