Settings 

Controls global settings.

Auto Save

  • automatically saves the current project after every 5 changes in the stage view.

Energy Saver

  • lowers the frame rate to conserve energy.  

  • Does not effect the export.

Grid

  • Can be set to 1meter, .5 meters, and 1 foot or it can be turned off.  

  • This setting will determine snapping position.

Grid Color

  • allows you to set the color of the grid.

Import PNG

  • set to on when importing a PNG with transparency.

Show Text

  • determines if text on screen is visible during export, playback and snapshots.

Show Touches

  • visualizes any touch or mouse click.

Show Outline

  • highlights the selected object.

  • more efficient when turned off.

Size   m    f

  • switches between meters and feet unit of measurement.

Toolbar Titles

  • toggles toolbar titles on and off.

Control Mode

  • sets the control mode for object navigation.

Dial Y - Rotation

  • brings up the Y rotation dial.

Dial Left Right

  • sets the input dial to left or right side of the screen.

High Quality 

  • enables shadows,

  • more accurate lighting 

  • higher quality textures

  • less efficient.  May cause slower frame rate while editing or playback.  Does not effect exported movie.

Nav (simple)

  • when ON, constrains the freedom of motion in the stage view.

Selection Focus

  • when ON, focuses the Stage view on the selected object.

Show Guides 

  • enables camera field of view guides,

  • grid lines and 

  • keyframe path lines.

  • more efficient when turned off.

Snapping

  • enables rotation and position snapping in the stage view.  

  • grid size determines the snapping distance.

Tooltips

  • makes tooltips active or inactive.

Global Settings

    These are global settings that do not change per-project. You can think of them as System Preferences on macOS or Settings on iOS. They control various aspects of ShotPro. You can access them by clicking on the Settings button (upper-right corner of the Stage Toolbar).

 

    These settings are divided into four sections (Stage, Navigation, User Interface, and Other). For specific information about each option, please refer to Tooltips.

This section contains options related to the 3D View.

This section contains options related to navigating the 3D View.

This section contains options related to the menus.

This section contains options covering everything else.

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