This guide will help you in navigating through Audectras user interface.
The user interface can be divided in the following areas.
Unlike in previous versions, the beat detection algorithm has been optimized and now runs permanently in the background, trying to detect beats in real-time. When Audectra is very confident about its beat estimation, you will notice a neat little animation on the top right corner of Audectra, triggered on each beat.
You can preview the render output of your currently selected project on the top left side above the project tree. This allows you to create or fine-tune your Audectra projects without having to connect any bridges.
The menu bar is located at the top of the UI and allows for quick access to important work-steps. Create, load or save your projects through the "File" menu, or access project settings through the "Project" menu. Click on "Read More" for further information about the menu bar.
The status bar helps in keeping track of key performance metrics of your project, like the current core or render load for example. Additionally, it displays the currently active capturing device or active background jobs as well.
Located at the left side under the project render preview the project tree gives you an easy access to all loaded projects and their states. Click on "Read More" for further information about the project tree.
These tabs allow you to easily navigate through the state configuration, currently consisting of transition and layer configurations, of your currently selected state. Audectra always welcomes you in the dashboard tab on program start up.
In addition to a neat visualization, the dashboard gives you an overview of the beat detection or project rendering performance. Click on "Read More" for further information about the dashboard tab.
Manage all transitions from and to the currently selected project state in this tab. Click on "Read More" for further information about the transitions tab.
Add, remove or configure the layer configurations of your currently selected project state in this tab. Click on "Read More" for further information about the layers tab.
When clicking on the minimize-button, Audectra minimizes to tray and displays its tray icon. If you want to restore it from tray, you only have to left click on the tray icon.
If you have further questions, feel free to ask them in the forums.