1. Timeline Frame and Reset View

OPEN THE TIMELINE MODULE

Select {Show > Timeline} or press [Alt+T].

  1. Select a Clip on the Timeline.
  2. Press [F] to frame the Timeline view to the Clip’s length.
  3. Select multiple Clips on the Timeline.
  4. Press [F] to frame the Timeline view. (The Timeline will frame around the longest Clip selected.)
  5. Select a Region.
  6. Press [F] to frame the Timeline view to the Region’s length.
  7. Press [R] to reset the Timeline view.
  8. Press [F5] to recenter the Timeline view to the Playhead’s current position.

2. Preview Frame and Reset View

OPEN THE TIMELINE MODULE

Select {Show > Timeline} or press [Alt+T].

  1. Select a Screen.
  2. Click on the [Reset View] button or press [R] to reset the Zoom to 100% and recenter the preview.
  3. Select a Clip on the Timeline.
  4. Click on the [Frame] button or press [F] to frame the selected Clip’s bounding box preview.
  5. These manipulations can also be made from the Preview Window [Alt+V].

3. FX Graph Frame and Reset View

OPEN THE FX GRAPH MODULE

Select {Show > FX Graph} or press [Alt+X].

  1. Select a Graph from the list.
  2. Press [F] to frame the FX Graph view to the whole Graph.
  3. Select a Node and press [F] to frame the FX Graph view to this specific node.
  4. Press [R] to reset the Zoom to 100% and recenter the view.

4. 3D Scene Frame and Reset View

OPEN THE 3D SCENE MODULE

Select {System > 3D Scene} or press [Alt+C].

  1. Select a Primitive from the list and press [F] to frame the 3D Scene view around this object.
  2. Select multiple Primitives from the list and press [F] to frame the 3D scene view around these objects.
  3. Frame all Primitives by clicking on {View > Frame All}.
  4. Press [R] to recenter the 3D Scene view to the origin.
  5. In Calibration mode, press [F] to frame the Reference Objects of the selected projector.

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