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Use Parallel Videos

Creating a Parallel Node To create a new parallel node using the toolset (that’s the tool menu on the top right corner of the tree), click on the fork icon in the toolset,  and a new parallel node will appear on your tree. Or you can convert existing nodes in the tree area into a […]

Connections

Connections are made to link nodes to create pathways within your tree. The connections you make create possible paths the users can take as they progress in your narrative. There are several ways to create a connection: Create a new node from an existing one (by pressing the “+” icon) Drag a line between the […]

Menu Layer

The Menu Layer allows you to set elements that will appear throughout the interactive video and will be always available to the viewer. The Menu Layer is located as a separate menu in the Library side menu. It has: ON/OFF button for the feature (similar to the Background Soundtrack) Pencil icon which will open the […]

Creative uses for Parallel

This is an explanation about how to use the Parallel Videos feature the best way, if you want to skip over to creating your parallel node, you can head to Use Parallel Videos. The types of experiences the Parallel Channels feature can enrich is ever-growing: Simultaneous events/Different PoVs Camera angles Viewer controlled visual effects Simulate live-event […]

Screens

On your Loading & End Screens, you can customize interactive elements exactly the same way you do with nodes by double-clicking the screen to open the editor. The only difference is that screens do not hold video, only images. Background Image – You can create a background image by dragging an image from the Library […]

Nodes

The nodes create the diagram on which your project is constructed in the Tree Area. This diagram illustrates the flow of the project’s interactive experience. Each node (except the opening and closing screens) should contain a video asset. When hovering over a node, a tooltip showing the node’s full name and a small monitor previewing […]

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