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Glossary

Admin

a player who has been given the role of Admin: they then have access to the Admin section of the Backstage, where they can approve new players and manage player accounts. Admins can customise the Foyer and edit other players' stages and media in the Backstage. 
Audience public attending a performance, who do not log in to enter the live stage.
Avatar a graphic character that can be held by one player and manipulated on the stage. Unlike other graphical media, avatars can have text2speech voices, with their text appearing both in the audience chat window and in speech bubbles on the stage.
Backdrop  a static or animated image that fills the background of a stage, behind all other visual media.
Cyberformance   live theatrical or artistic performance that is situated on the internet;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyberformance
Foyer the home page of an UpStage instance, for exemple http://upstage.live. This is where the audience can see and enter live stages, players can log in, and new players can register an account. The Foyer has links to the UpStage community website (www.upstage.org.nz) and to this manual. If you have your own instance of Uptage, you can customise the Foyer.
Guest the guest player role is used for workshops and demonstrations to give someone player access to the on-stage player tools, without having access to the Backstage or having to register an account. A guest is also a member of the audience at a live performance, who has not given themselves a nickname.
Live action icon
(light bulb) 
this icon appears at the top right-hand corner of all moveable images (avatars, props, streams, drawings and text objects) when they are placed on the live stage. The default setting is off (white) and until it is turned on (green) only the player who has put this media item on stage can see it. This allows you to adjust the parameters such as size, position, opacity, etc. before making it visible. If you turn it off again, it does not make the meda item invisible - it means that changes you make to the media item will not be visible to anyone else until you turn the light bulb back on. 
Live stream an audio-visual feed sent in real time from a computer or mobile phone, via the internet.
Media digital files such as an an image, animation, sound or video that have been uploaded to the UpStage server. Images: .png, .jpg, .jpeg, .gif, .svg, Audio: .wav, .mpeg, .mp3, .aac, .aacp, .ogg, .webm, .flac. Video: .m4a, mp4, .webm, .opgg, .3gp, .flv
Multiframe a graphical media item (avatar, backdrop or prop) that consists of more than one frame; each frame has been uploaded as a separate image, then collected in one media item which can then be animated on the stage to display the sequence of images.
Owner a player who has created a stage, or uploaded a media item, is referred to as the owner of that stage or media item.
Player someone who logs in to UpStage to create and present performances.
Prop a graphic media item that can be placed on a stage and manipulated by players. Props can be attached to avatars.
RTMP stands for real time messaging protocol, used to stream audio and video over the internet.
Scene a saved arrangement of media on a stage; selecting a scene changes the stage to all the media saved in that scene, in the positions the media items have been saved in.
Stage the virtual space created in a browser window, where audiences attend performances and players operate digital media to create, rehearse and present performances.
   
   
   
   
   

 

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