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 ====== iOS Device Demo 3D Layer ====== ====== iOS Device Demo 3D Layer ======
  
-The purpose of this layer is to display an iOS device (iPhone or iPad) when demoing an iOS app. You can use the Orientator app to keep the orientation of the virtual device on screen in synch with the physical one. Watch a demo video here (LINK).+The purpose of this layer is to display an iOS device (iPhone or iPad) when demoing an iOS app. You can use the Orientator app to keep the orientation of the virtual device on screen in synch with the physical one. Watch a demo video of the [[:Boinx libOrientator]].
  
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 ^ Group ^ Parameter ^ Function ^ ^ Group ^ Parameter ^ Function ^
-| Control | Set Orientation By | ''​iOS Device (via Orientator)''​ or ''​Manual''​. ​(Discription furthcoming) ​|+| Control | Set Orientation By | ''​iOS Device (via Orientator)''​ or ''​Manual''​. |
 | :::        | iOS Device Name | If "Set Orientation By" is set to ''​iOS Device (via Orientator)'':​ The name of the iOS device BoinxTV should read the orientation data from. | | :::        | iOS Device Name | If "Set Orientation By" is set to ''​iOS Device (via Orientator)'':​ The name of the iOS device BoinxTV should read the orientation data from. |
 | :::        | UI Orientation | If "Set Orientation By" is set to ''​iOS Device (via Orientator)'':​ Options are: ''​Automatic'',​ ''​Portrait'',​ ''​Landscape Left'',​ ''​Landscape Right'',​ ''​Upside Down''​. | | :::        | UI Orientation | If "Set Orientation By" is set to ''​iOS Device (via Orientator)'':​ Options are: ''​Automatic'',​ ''​Portrait'',​ ''​Landscape Left'',​ ''​Landscape Right'',​ ''​Upside Down''​. |
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 | Content | Display Content ​   | Select any image or video source as the device display content. | | Content | Display Content ​   | Select any image or video source as the device display content. |
 | :::        | iOS Device ​ | You can select to display either an ''​iPhone 4''​ or an ''​iPad 2''​ | | :::        | iOS Device ​ | You can select to display either an ''​iPhone 4''​ or an ''​iPad 2''​ |
-| :::        | Show as | The video or image source can be displayed in different was. Your options are: ''​Fill Screen''​ (image is scaled to fill the screen of the device), ''​ Custom...''​ (image is stretched to fit inside the device screen, you get new options to crop the image source beforehand),​ ''​iPad2 via HDMI''​ (your video source is an iPad 2 connected via a HDMI cable), ​ |+| :::        | Show as | The video or image source can be displayed in different was. Your options are: ''​Fill Screen''​ (image is scaled to fill the screen of the device), ''​ Custom...''​ (image is stretched to fit inside the device screen, you get new options to crop the image source beforehand),​ ''​iPad2 via HDMI''​ (your video source is an iPad 2 connected via a HDMI cable), ​''​iPhoneApp 1x on iPad2 via HDMI''​ (you are capturing an iPhone only app running on an iPad 2 which is connected via a HDMI cable), ''​iPhoneApp 2x on iPad2 via HDMI''​ (you are capturing an iPhone only app running on an iPad 2 (scaled mode) which is connected via a HDMI cable), ''​iPhone5 on AppleTV via HDMI''​ (you are mirroring your iPhone 5 screen via AirPlay to an AppleTV and capturing its output via HDMI cable), ''​iPhone5 via HDMI''​ (you are capturing an iPhone 5 screen via HDMI cable), ''​iPad 3/iPad mini via HDMI''​ (you are capturing an iPad 3 or iPad mini via HDMI)  
 +| :::        | Orientation | (in ''​Custom''​ mode only) select the video orientation | 
 +| :::        | Crop Top, Left, Bottom, Right | (in ''​Custom''​ mode only) crop the edges of your video source to remove black bars. | 
 +| Transition | Type | This option lets you choose from where your virtual iOS device should appear. Available options are: ''​Cut'',​ ''​ Push from Left''​ and ''​Push from Right''​. | 
 +| :::        | Duration | Setup the timing for the transition in seconds. | 
 +| Geometry ​  | Zoom  | Size of the virtual iOS device. | 
 +| :::        | Position X, Y | Those parameters lets you positioning the virtual iOS device on screen. | 
 +| :::        | Rotation | Setup a optional rotation offset to the Orientator Data. | 
 +| :::        | Off-Center | You can push the iOS device off center depending for the rotation-demonstration you want to achieve. E.g. if you want to demonstrate how the iOS device is turning when capturing a panorama, than this value can be -0.5, or if you want to show how to move the iOS device around an object you may put in a positive value here. |
  
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layer/ios_device_demo_3d.txt · Last modified: 2013/10/22 03:15 by achim