Advanced Settings for Presentations

A reference for the advanced settings of your presentations.

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In the advanced settings for a presentation, you can adjust the viewing parameters before exporting it locally or to Twinmotion Cloud. You can enable or disable media framing, and select the type of camera movement that can be performed while viewing a presentation.

Accessing the Advanced Settings

  1. Click the Media icon to open the Media dock.

  2. In the Media dock, click Presentation.

  3. Hover over the thumbnail of a presentation, and click More.

    more-presentations.png The advanced settings are displayed.

    presentation-advanced-settings.png

Advanced Settings

Setting

Description

Media framing

In Twinmotion, you can set the format of images with custom aspect ratios. If an image in a presentation is set with a custom aspect ratio, enabling media framing activates the Safe Frame viewing option in the Preferences panel in presentations. When the Safe Frame option is activated, viewers of a presentation can decide whether or not to display images using their custom aspect ratios by enabling or disabling Safe Frame.

Options: On, Off

To set a custom aspect ratio for images, in the Media dock click Image, then under the image select More, and then select Format.

Camera movement

The camera movement setting determines the navigation options that are allowed in the viewport of a presentation.

Options: Free, Ride, Locked

  • Free: All navigation options are allowed. This is the default setting.

  • Ride: Viewers can look around, but cannot move freely.

To look around, hold and press the mouse button and drag.

  • Locked: The images are in a fixed position. Navigation options are not allowed, but the presentation can be played and paused.

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