The Cinema Window displays a 'through-the-camera-lens' view of the media and any 2D or 3D data generated during the tracking process.
When a node is activated in the Workpage, it will automatically display its media in the Cinema window. If multiple inputs are connected to the node, each containing a different clip, controls in the node editor can be used to change which media is displayed. Further details are given the Node Reference documentation where appropriate.
When viewing a movie clip or image sequence, the Movie Playback are visible underneath the Cinema window. These contain a scrub bar and additional playback controls to play the movie or step through frame-by-frame.
When viewing a photo collection, the scrub bar is replaced by the Photo Navigation controls. This displays the photo thumbnails and can be used to navigate directly to a specific photo.
Click and drag with the right mouse button to pan the view.
Click and drag with the middle mouse button to zoom the view.
Mouse wheel can also be used to adjust zoom.
At the top of the Cinema Window are additional controls that can be used to adjust the media display:
: Current zoom value (% of image size).
Increase or decrease the zoom to the closest multiple of 10 (if value is below 100) or 100 (if value greater than 100).
Toggle display of the clip with a 1:1 pixel aspect ratio.
Darken the clip image in the Cinema window by 50%.
Toggle display of masks in the Cinema window.
Increase the ground-plane size displayed in the Cinema window.
Decrease the ground-plane size displayed in the Cinema window.
Open a colour selection window to change the colour and transparency of the ground-plane in the Cinema window.
Display the clip at its natural size, i.e. a zoom of 100%.
Zoom the clip so that it fills the width of the Cinema window.
Zoom the clip so that it fills the height of the Cinema window.
Banks to store user-defined zoom and pan settings. Click and hold will store current image zoom and press on bank 1 to 4. The button is purple if it holds stored settings. Short click recalls stored settings (resets zoom and pan values to the way they were when stored).
R Toggle view of the red channel.
G Toggle view of the green channel.
B Toggle view of the blue channel.
A Toggle view of the alpha channel.