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Igor Strakhov [Preview Window Appearance section]
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 The next section shows the **Advanced Scanning Parameters** for the selected zone, and allows you to adjust them. These are advanced scanning parameters which are particularly well suited for zones used for targeted beam effects. The next section shows the **Advanced Scanning Parameters** for the selected zone, and allows you to adjust them. These are advanced scanning parameters which are particularly well suited for zones used for targeted beam effects.
  
-When the **Prevent master size and master position** check box is checked, it will make it so that the **Master ​Size and Master ​Position** controls in the **Projector Settings** window do not affect the output of this zone.+When the **Prevent master size and master position** check box is checked, it will make it so that the **Size and Position** controls in the **Projector Settings** window do not affect the output of this zone.
  
 When the **Prevent 3D settings and Showtime effects** check box is checked, it will make is so that the output of this zone is not affected at all by any effect that would cause beam frames to no longer hit their intended targets. For example, if you painstakingly adjusted the position of a beam to precisely hit a mirror, you would not want the position of this beam to be affected in any way. The two options above ensure that even if you mistakenly use affects that would change the position, or accidentally change the Master Size settings, these beams will continue to hit their intended targets. When the **Prevent 3D settings and Showtime effects** check box is checked, it will make is so that the output of this zone is not affected at all by any effect that would cause beam frames to no longer hit their intended targets. For example, if you painstakingly adjusted the position of a beam to precisely hit a mirror, you would not want the position of this beam to be affected in any way. The two options above ensure that even if you mistakenly use affects that would change the position, or accidentally change the Master Size settings, these beams will continue to hit their intended targets.
quickshow/projection_zones.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/07 16:22 by Igor Strakhov