An overlay panel contains a set of buttons for controlling the use of graphics objects.
Press this button to enable the graphics objects display over the output video.
Press this button to disable the graphics objects display over the output video.
Press the "Pin" button for the overlay to be displayed while any input channel is played on the output. If this button is not pressed, the overlay will be shown only with the currently played video item.
The buttons of a separate overlay are semi-transparent. They become completely visible only with the mouse pointer hovered over them. When pressed, all the buttons turn yellow.
To display the overlay on the preview screen, simply click it once. Click it again to disable the display on the preview screen.
The color frames of each overlay indicate the way they are currently being used:
It is possible to use drag-and-drop to enable the overlay display in the preview or the output screens. The color of its frame will be changed correspondingly.
To add a new overlay, select the "Add Overlay…" command from the overlay panel context menu:
The "Overlay Settings" dialog appears in which the overlay can be configured.
|Refer to the Overlay Configuration section for more details.|
To remove an existing overlay, select the "Remove" command from the overlay panel context menu:
To duplicate the selected overlay, use its "Clone" context menu command:
The duplicated overlay will be placed after all the existing ones.
|The newly created overlay will preserve the configuration of the duplicated one.|