PhotoStage Pro User’s Manual 1: Setup and Menus

HUD

Chat Interface

Main Menu

PhotoStage Pro is very easy to use. Simply touch (left-click) the Control Box and the Main menu will appear. From here you can navigate to all the menus needed to operate PhotoStage Pro:

  • Hide Box / Show Box – Click this button to make the Control Box invisible or visible. The button automatically toggles between Hide Box and Show Box.
  • Backdrop >> – Click this button to access the Backdrop menu. From here you will be able to change the texture, appearance, colour, rotation or size of the PhotoStage Pro Backdrop.
  • Lights >> – Click this button to access the Lights menu. From here you will be able to create and customise lights for your PhotoStage Pro.
  • Effects >> – Click this button to access the Effects menu. Here you will be able to work with effects such as fog or snow.
  • Gazers >> – Click this button to access the Gazers menu. Here you will be able to manage gazers (eye directions) for your models.
  • Configs >> – Click this button to access the configurations menu. Here you will be able to save or load desired looks.
  • Options >> – Click this button to access the options menu.

You can also use the Easy Touch feature to quickly access the menus for specific elements once they have been rezzed inworld. Just touch (left-click) an element (the backdrop or a desired light, effect or gazer), and the menu corresponding to that element will appear. Please see the Easy Touch section below for more details.

Please note that menu buttons showing just a hyphen (“-“) are sometimes used as spacers for a better layout. You can safely ignore these buttons.

Instead of menus, you can also use the PhotoStage Pro HUD or the Chat Interface to operate PhotoStage Pro. Please see the PhotoStage Pro User’s Manuals for the HUD and Chat Interface for further instructions.

Hide Box/Show Box

This button on the Main Menu makes the Control Box invisible or visible, and automatically toggles between Hide Box and Show Box. This feature allows you to position the Control Box conveniently for ease of access while setting up your shots, and then make it invisible when it’s time to start shooting.

Options

The Options menu provides access to the following functions:

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