The video node is where you can setup your standard or green screen videos for use in the app.
From here, select the Create New option (use "Browse My Library" to choose from video activations you've already created on your account).
When you create a new video, you're presented with a number of options in the Video Creator.
Always name your creation. That way you can find it in your library later.
The camera selected for the event will appear here.
If you're creating a Green Screen video with a background, you'll be able to upload a background image ( in JPEG format) and the overlay is optional (use PNG files with transparency for overlays). Green screen is only available for Pro and Green Screen Add-On enabled event packages.
Videos are automatically recorded in the default iPad camera ratio, so be sure that any graphics you upload have a ratio to match.
If Green Screen is disabled you still have the option to upload an overlay (PNG, with transparency).
Once everything looks good on the first screen, click "Next" in the bottom-right and you'll be taken to page 2:
Video node settings, Page 2.
One of the most important settings for any video is the duration. Enter the number of seconds you want the video to record in the app.
You also have the option to Allow Guests to Stop Recording (guests will see a button during the recording that allows them to stop it whenever they want). If the guest doesn't stop the recording, it will end after the duration you set in the Length field.
For sound, you have two options. You can either enable Record Audio which will use the iPad's microphone to record the environmental sound while the video is captured.
Or you can Play Audio Track. Enabling this option will activate a field where you can upload a sound or music file from your personal device that will be added to the video file (and play during capture). The audio will cut off at the end of the video. Any audio transition effects that you would like to apply will need to be part of the mp3 file which you upload, before adding it to Landmark.
If you want to remove an audio track you've already uploaded, use the "Reset" button. Or upload a new file if you want to replace it.
Record Audio and Play Audio Track cannot be used together.
And that's it! Once your Video is setup the way you like for your event, click Save to return to the Booth Design workspace.
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