Where you could previously only display the current frame's time code as an overlay in the Stage and Camera views, you can now also display the name (number) of the current scene and the current panel, as well as one type of captions.
It is also possible to customize where this information is displayed, as well as its font, font size and color.
To display overlays in the Stage and Camera view, click on the Show Overlays button in the toolbar at the bottom of either view.
To customize the types of information displayed in the overlays, as well as how it is displayed, double-click or long-click on Show Overlays and, in the pop-up menu, select Overlay Settings.
|Multiple Camera views||
It is now possible to have several instances of the Camera View in your workspace.
This can allow you, for example, to add a detached Camera View window to your workspace, and position it inside your workstation's second monitor. Your second monitor can then act as a preview and playback monitor.
Each Camera View in your workspace has its own zoom level and angle. Additionally, the Action Safe Area, Title Safe Area, 4:3 Safe Area, 4:3 Area, Camera Mask and Show Overlay switches can be toggled independently on each Camera View.