Video Record/ Presentation.
- Video editor allows you to record video from the program screen (the internal content of the embedded browser).
- In combination with the program’s ability to create program animations, this makes it easy to create video presentations from static virtual tours.
About video record
- Video editor allows you to directly record the content of the browser window.
- Set the time and parameters of the recording video.
- You can record:
- static picture
- user actions on screen
- prepared software animation
- In order to create a smooth video:
- create animation
- use for this "start actions" instruments:
- in tour settings
- in scene settings
- Read more about create auto show
- When autoshow ready, you can start recording a movie through the video presentation tab.
- For a movie, you can specify:
- Start recording from the beginning of the tour.
- Start recording from the beginning of the particular panorama.
- Specify the duration of the recording.
- Choose a frame rate.
- Specify the window size for the movie.
- The larger the window size, the higher the recording quality. But it will also increase the requirements for the processor and video card.
- To create a quality film, it is strongly recommended to record several separate fragments. For example, the animation of the beginning of the tour, the animation of the first panorama, the second panorama, etc. (This is done so that the software animation is different from the movie. The longer fragment you record, the greater the likelihood of jerky animation.)
- The program saves the received files in the video folder inside the tour.
- Separate fragments can then be mounted in any editor for video editing.
Note: you can record your actions on the screen, but this leads to a jerky film.
How to use:
- Open the editor.
- Give the name of the film (the name should not contain spaces).
- Choose to start recording with a tour download or a specific panorama.
- If you start recording from a panorama download, select a panorama from the list.
- Select a movie size.
- The larger the size, the higher the quality.
- The larger the size, the higher the CPU load and load time.
- Choose a frame rate.
- Click "start recording". Wait for the end.
- Repeat the procedure if necessary.