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 +====== Heading with Object Layer ======
  
 +This layer shows a bar of text with an animated cube or sphere on which you can place an image such as a logo. The layer default is to have the 3D object on the left and the text aligned to the right. It can be customized to place the object and text anywhere, or to have only the animated object.
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 +^ Group ^ Parameter ^ Function ^
 +| Content | Title | This is the text to be shown. |
 +| Animation | Incoming | You can choose the way in which the layer appears when set to Live. |
 +| :::       | Duration | If a transition other than Cut is selected for either of the incoming or outgoing transitions,​ you can specify the time it takes to complete. |
 +| :::       | Outgoing | You can choose the way in which the layer disappears when disabled. |
 +| Appearance | Text                | You can use the Mac font chooser to adjust how the text will appear. |
 +| :::        | Type Kerning ​       | Specifies the spacing between each character. |
 +| :::        | Type Leading Offset | Specifies the spacing between each line of text. |
 +| :::        | Vertical Alignment ​ | Specifies whether the text should be aligned to the top, center or bottom of the box. |
 +| :::        | Text Alignment ​     | Specifies whether the text should be aligned to the left, center or right of the box. You can also choose ''​Justified''​ to force each line of text to fill the width of the box. |
 +| :::        | Drop Shadow ​        | Enables options for a drop shadow to be applied on the text. You can set the color, opacity, blur amount and the distance and direction from the text. |
 +| Logo | Image | Choose the image to be mapped onto the 3D object. |
 +| :::  | Top Anchor | Vertical position of the object in relation to the center of the screen. Negative values push upward, positive push downward. |
 +| :::  | Position | Horizontal position of the object in relation to the center of the screen. Negative values push left, positive push right. |
 +| :::  | Object Type | Specify the 3D object to be either a cube or sphere. |
 +| :::  | Object Size | Defines the size of the object. |
 +| :::  | Rotate Duration | Defines how many seconds it takes to complete one rotation. Negative values cause the image to rotate to the left, positive to the right. A value of 0 stops the animation. |
 +| :::  | Axis Orientation | ''​Wobble''​ creates random rotation in all directions. ''​Vertical''​ rotates around the Y axis. ''​Tilt''​ also rotates around the Y axis but tilts the object to see the top. |
 +| Geometry | Rotation ​     | Allows you to rotate the text 360 degrees. |
 +| :::      | Margin ​   | Defines the dimensions of the text box by how far from the top, left, bottom and right of the screen the text box should be. |
 +| :::      | Inset     | Specifies where the text boundaries are relative to the top, left, bottom and right sides of the text box. Negative values allow text to be outside of the text box. |
 +| Background | Type | You can set what to use as the background for the text box. Pick from ''​None''​ (disables all other options in this section), ''​Constant Color'',​ ''​Gradient Left to Right'',​ ''​Gradient Top to Bottom''​ or ''​Custom Image''​. |
 +| :::        | Color 1/2 | Set the color for a constant color background or set the two colors to be used in a gradient. The opacity can be set in the color picker as well. |
 +| :::        | Image | When you select Custom Image, you will be able to choose the image you want for the background. The image will be scaled to fill the whole box using the margin parameters set in the Geometry section above. |
 +| :::        | Drop Shadow | Enables options for a drop shadow to be applied on the text box. You can set the color, opacity, blur amount and the distance and direction from the crawler. The opacity will follow the same settings as applied to the color above but can be adjusted further in these settings. |
layer/heading_with_object.txt · Last modified: 2013/06/24 14:55 by david