Edit – Speed Effect

When the speed effect is opened, the event list appears. Event Registration Seek with scrub bar or playback control to event location. Add an event with the “+” button. Change Parameters Time This is the start time of that event. The time of the first event is the start time. Tap the time item for each event, and the time display will change to “Set”. In this state, move the time with the scrub bar or other device, and tap “Set” to change and save the time. Pause Specify the stop time (in seconds) at that time. Tap the Pause item for each event to display the input panel. 0 … Continue reading

Edit – Adjust Colors

Tap the “Adjust Colors” item to display the Adjust Colors panel.     Tap the “ON” button to activate the adjustment.   Touching the numeric buttons further changes the display of the setting item, and the setting for that item can be set using the setting slider, fine-tuning -, fine-tuning +, reset, and so on. Adjustment items include brightness, contrast, highlight, shadow, saturation, and hue.   When adjustments are complete, use “Back” to return to editing.

Edit – Pan and Zoom

When you open the Pan and Zoom settings, you will see a list of keyframes. A keyframe at time 0 is registered as the default setting. Time Key frame time Position Zoom magnification, angle, and offset are displayed. “x1.00 0.00° (0.00,0.00)” is the initial value and has not been changed. Position Change Touch the position to display the pan/zoom setting panel. Zoom magnification, angle, and position can be set on this panel. Touching the yellow number buttons changes the display of the setting item, and the setting for that item can be set with the setting slider, fine-tune -, fine-tune +, reset, etc.。   Zooming and offsetting can be performed … Continue reading

Video Viewer – Edit

Edit mode “Edit” in the function menu switches to edit mode. The close button in the expansion area exits edit mode. Edit Item Aspect Tap to select from [Original Aspect],[16:9],[3:2],[4:3],[1:1],[4:5],[3:4],[2:3],[9:16]. Resolution Tap to select a typical resolution based on the original resolution and aspect. Pan and Zoom Tap to enter “Pan/Zoom edit mode”. See “Edit – Pan and Zoom” for details. Adjust Colors Tap to display the color adjustment setting screen. See “Edit – Adjust Colors” for details. Speed Effect Tap to enter “speed effect edit mode”. See “Edit – Speed Effect” for details. Loop Effect Sets the effect of repeated playback. Currently, “None” and “Dissolve” can be selected. “Dissolve” … Continue reading

Video Viewer – Marker function

Marker mode Tap the [Marker] button to enter marker mode and display the marker list. Tap the size button to use the full screen in marker mode.   Marker Control Screen   marker button [Mark] is displayed during playback. – Tap:One-touch marker / Registers a marker for a fixed time period. – Long press:The marker is registered from the time when the button is pressed to the time when it is released. – Slide right:The [OUT] indicator appears and registers the marker in the period of time until the next tap. When registering while playing, the timing of the press is slightly later, so the time is registered at an … Continue reading

Video Viewer – Basic operation

Screen Structure Volume/Capture During playback : Volume buttons Tap to display the volume slider. Tap again to make it disappear. When paused : Capture button Save the frame image in jpeg during posing.   seek bar Touching the playback position will seek to that position.   end mode Changes the behavior at the end of playback. You can choose to “exit player”, “replay”, or “pause”. Default selection can be set in “Setting” > “Video Viewer” > “Play by item selection” > “End Playing”.   marker mode Tap to enter marker mode and become a marker button.   scrub bar Video thumbnails and sound pressure levels are displayed. Tap to play/pause … Continue reading

Content Viewer – Screen Structure

This page describes the common features of the Video Viewer and Photo Viewer. Screen Display Mode Tap the center of the screen to switch between three display modes. control display This mode indicates the position of control buttons, etc. These controls are also hidden in other modes, but they are still operational. Content only This mode displays nothing but content. information display Displays title, memo, tags, creation date and time, and shooting location. Common Controls Although the types of controls vary depending on the type of content, common controls are described here. checkbox Touch to turn the check mark on and off. size button Touch to switch between full screen … Continue reading