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Chapter 4. Capturing Analog Video > Customizing Album Views

Customizing Album Views

While time spent using the Capture Album is usually brief, Studio helps you get as comfortable as possible by providing options for customizing the view.

I've captured some 16:9 footage to illustrate 16:9 views in the Album. Figure 4.27 shows the Album post-capture in the default mode, which is Scene view with 4:3 images.

To switch between Scene and Comment views

  • Right-click anywhere in the Album and choose Comment View (Figure 4.29).

    Figure 4.29. Comment view, where you can annotate your scenes.


    The Album switches to Comment view. See the following section, “Adding Scene Comments,” to learn how to add comments to your scenes.

    Note that if you click the Album in a gray area rather than on a picture, you get only the options shown in Figure 4.29. To get the complete list of options shown in Figure 4.30, you must click a picture.

    Figure 4.30. Now in 16:9 mode, converting the project to the 16:9 aspect ratio.


    To switch back to Scene view, right-click and choose Scene View.

To switch between 4:3 and 16:9 views

  • Right-click a picture in the Album and choose Aspect Ratio 16x9 (Figure 4.30).

    The Album switches to 16:9 view. To switch back, right-click and choose Aspect Ratio 4x3.

✓ Tip

  • Changing views does absolutely nothing to the captured file; it just changes the way that Studio displays it. It does not convert the file from 4:3 to 16:9 or vice versa.


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