Difference between revisions of "Visualization Studio"

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To access Visualization Studio, you must be displaying a visualization in the [[Playing Now]] Display Pane, or the Standard View Action Window, or a Detached Display. Right-click on the Display view and select Visualization Studio.
 
To access Visualization Studio, you must be displaying a visualization in the [[Playing Now]] Display Pane, or the Standard View Action Window, or a Detached Display. Right-click on the Display view and select Visualization Studio.
  
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A Visualization is composed of a variety of components that you can add, customize, or remove.  Visualization Studio includes: flush, Super Transform, Transform, Blob Oscilloscope, Dot Fountain, Image, Oscilloscope, Particle, Spectrum Analyzer, Starfield, Super-Scope, Text and Layer.
 
A Visualization is composed of a variety of components that you can add, customize, or remove.  Visualization Studio includes: flush, Super Transform, Transform, Blob Oscilloscope, Dot Fountain, Image, Oscilloscope, Particle, Spectrum Analyzer, Starfield, Super-Scope, Text and Layer.
  
 
If you play around with these and their settings, you can come up with some pretty nifty visualizations!
 
If you play around with these and their settings, you can come up with some pretty nifty visualizations!

Latest revision as of 00:11, 8 April 2016

To access Visualization Studio, you must be displaying a visualization in the Playing Now Display Pane, or the Standard View Action Window, or a Detached Display. Right-click on the Display view and select Visualization Studio.

Accessing Visualization Studio from Playing Now Display Pane Accessing Visualization Studio from Action Window Display Accessing Visualization Studio from Detached Display


A Visualization is composed of a variety of components that you can add, customize, or remove. Visualization Studio includes: flush, Super Transform, Transform, Blob Oscilloscope, Dot Fountain, Image, Oscilloscope, Particle, Spectrum Analyzer, Starfield, Super-Scope, Text and Layer.

If you play around with these and their settings, you can come up with some pretty nifty visualizations!