Cinegy Live supports the layout adjustment according to your needs. To activate editing mode, select the "Layout edit" command from the context menu:

layout_edit_command

In editing mode all the objects of Cinegy Live interface are displayed on the 12x12 grid with 16x9 cells aspect.

All the objects are displayed in a red frame with transformation handles in the corners of the frame and in the middle of its sides. If the mouse pointer is hovered over these handles, it turns into a sizing tool. Use the corner points and drag the sizing tool to resize the objects proportionally. To change only the height of an object, use the higher or lower middle points; to change the width, use the left or right middle points. The blue frame appears while dragging the sizing tool and indicates the way the object is being resized:

resizing_objects

To move an object, click it and place it on the desired location within the layout via drag-and-drop:

moving_objects

Buttons Strip View

The buttons are located on a horizontal strip by default. It is possible to place them vertically via the corresponding buttons strip context menu command:

button_strip_vertical%20_command

Once vertical view is applied, the layout editing mode becomes automatically enabled for convenient adjustment of the buttons strip location on the layout.

Note
When vertical view is applied, the buttons strip is placed on the left side of the layout over the other objects. Having adjusted the panel size according to your needs, exit layout editing mode.

Overlays Panel View

The overlays are located on the panel vertically by default. It is possible to place them horizontally via the corresponding overlay panel context menu command:

horizontal_command

Once horizontal view is applied, the layout editing mode becomes automatically enabled for convenient adjustment of the overlay panel location on the layout.

Note
When horizontal view is applied, the overlays panel is placed on top of the layout over the other objects. Having adjusted the panel size according to your needs, exit layout editing mode.