Slides provide the ability to build a narrative into your projected AR experience.
Think of slides as separate compositions, which let you have different content on different slides. While your surfaces persist across slides to help you model the real world, your content can vary per slide — the same surface can have different content (effects, videos, or imported media) on different slides.
If you edit a surface's mask or perspective on any slide, the edits apply to all other slides. Adding, removing, or editing the content of a surface only applies those changes to the current slide. This makes it easier to iteratively create content to match your scene.
Click on a slide to see the Slide Properties in the panel on the right.
Click the + button in the slide panel
Right-click on a slide and select Delete
Double-click on a slide name. Two slides cannot have the same name.
Right-click on a slide and select Duplicate. All the surfaces and content from that slide will copy over to the new slide. Reorder slides by dragging and dropping the slide forward or backward into another position.
Hover over the slide and click the Hide icon or right-click on a slide and select Toggle Publishing. Your project will be published without the hidden slide. This is useful if you want to see specific slides published, and don't want to post the entire project.
Change Slide Duration
The duration of a slide is listed underneath the slide name. You can adjust the duration of a slide in the Slide Properties. By default, it is set to 10 seconds.
If you insert a video layer into a slide, you can match the duration of the slide to the duration of the video by clicking the video layer and in the Video Properties panel click Set Slide Duration.
Hover over the slide and click the Loop icon or toggle the Loop Slide switch in the Slide Properties. If loop is enabled, you can only advance to the next slide by triggering the next slide button on the Control Page or through OSC.
Fade In/Out Slides
Toggle the Fade In and Fade Out switches in the Properties Panel.
Once your project is published, the slides will playback with the given duration and loop properties.
Once your project is published, you can see what slide is currently playing and go to the next or previous slide in the Control Page. If none of the slides are set to loop, they will play in sequence automatically according to the length of each slide.
If you have a slide set to loop, you will have to manually trigger the next slide before it changes.