Once you have logged in, click on "Stages" in the top menu. Here you can create and manage stages. You will see the list of stages, by default displaying your stages.
Click “New +” to create a stage. You must give the stage a name (both the full version and a short version for the URL).
You can add a description, which will be visible to the audience while they are loading the stage (NOTE: WILL THIS ALSO SHOW UP ON THE FOYER PAGE WHEN THE STAGE IS LISTED AS PUBLIC?).
Designate the access that other players have on your stage. By default they are audience, which means they can't operate anything on your stage. You can give them "player access", which means they have access to the on-stage tools and can be part of the performance, or "player and edit access" which means they can also edit the stage - add media and make other changes in the stage management interface.
Lastly, set the stage to either live, upcoming, or rehearsal. (NOTE: NEED TO ADD HERE WHAT THE DIFFERENT SETTINGS MEAN. sHOULD A NEW STAGE BE REHEARSAL AS DEFAULT?)
Then press the "Create Stage" button.
You will now be in the stage management interface for your stage. New options appear in the left-hand menu: Layout, Media, Chat, Records and Scenes.
In the Layout section, you can choose the ratio of the stage (4/3, 16/9 or custom ratio). The other sections will be empty when it is a new stage.
One you have created a Stage you can: modify the general information and layout; assign media to the stage; and access and manage chat logs and recordings. You can access the stage management interface by finding your stage in the Stages list and clicking on the manage stage icon.
The left-hand menu of the stage management interface has links to:
General Information: change the stage name and url, the description, player access and the status of the stage. Layout: change the ratio of the stage. Media: assign or remove media. Chat: access the chat text from previous sessions on the stage. Records and Scenes section are in development.
Duplicating Stage could be useful if you want to make a similar stage but with minor changes. It's quicker to begin with an existing stage than from scratch.
From the Stages list, find the stage you want to duplicate and click the yellow "duplicate" icon under "Manage Stage". Give the new stage a new name and click "Save Stage".
You can then modify all of the information for the new stage.
translation from french :
With UpStage, a cyberformance is called Stage. As an artist, as an actor, we will see how to create your own Stage. Go to the Backstage.
Fill in the following information:
Confirm by clicking on Save Stage which appears green once everything is completed. Your internship is now available from the BackStage page.
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