You can choose from Auto, Auto In, In/Out, and Take options. Once set, you can click on the button to perform that particular action on a graphic that is queued as next.
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Auto: This mode will play the full animation of your graphic. When a current graphic is active, it will finish a graphic's animation and animate the next graphic in seamlessly.
Auto In: This mode will play the first half of the total graphic's animation, skipping the "Out" animation. If a graphic is live, it will automatically move on to the next graphic and play the graphic's "In" animation.
In/Out: This mode will take a graphic's animation to the next step. For example, if a graphic is currently live, it will end the animation by playing the "Out" animation. If the graphic is currently queued, it will play the "In" animation.
Take: This mode will automatically cut the current graphic and immediately display the currently queued graphic. This is useful for quick, hard cuts or emergency situations.
Click the AutoLive button to start auto-live mode. You can choose from Auto, Auto In, or Take settings for your graphics.
You can see your graphics and make changes while a graphic is currently live. You may also click on the live state button to immediately push it live. The button turns red when that graphic is live.
Live state buttons can be one of three colors. Yellow, Red, or Purple.
Red indicates a graphic that is currently live, where yellow indicates the next graphic in line to respond to a command.
A graphic that is currently live can also be queued up to listen to a command manually by clicking on the red live-state icon. This will turn the icon Purple.
This means that both your current graphic and the graphic with the yellow live-state icon will listen to your next action command.
Titler Live comes with the option to link and unlink graphics in the playlist. Linked graphics are shown as a playlist icon with a downward arrow. A graphic becomes unlinked when the icon is disabled. Unlinked graphics are shown as bulleted items in a playlist.
Unlinking graphics from the playlist makes them immune to action buttons and essentially separates them from the rest of the playlist. They will be unaffected by any action commands unless indicated to do so. You can click on the live state icon of an unlinked graphic to set it as next to receive an action.