Props are images that can be placed on the stage and moved, resized, rotated and so on. They are different to avatars in that they cannot be held exclusively by an individual player, rather they are available to all players on a stage to operate.
Click on the Props tool in the left-hand menu. The Props overlay appears at the top of the stage, showing all the props that have been assigned to this stage. Drag the prop you want onto the stage.
The prop will initially appear black and white, and the lightbulb icon at the top right of the prop is white. You can adjust the size, position, opacity and other properties before clicking on the lightbulb icon to make the prop visible to everyone on the stage. The lightbulb with become green and the prop coloured.
Click on a prop on the stage and a green frame appears around it. Drag and drop to move the prop to another position on the stage.
Right-click on the prop to access its context menu. Here you can change the left-hand slider to "Move speed" (the slider becomes pink) to adjust the speed with which the prop will move.
Click on the prop to see the green frame. Drag the handles to resize the prop; the original proportions will be maintained.
Click on the prop to see the green frame. At the top is a handle with a small white cirlce. Click and hold this handle, and drag it to rotate the avatar.
Right-click on the prop to access the context menu. The Flip options are Horizontal or Vertical. Click Horizontal to make the prop flip horizontally. Click Vertical to make the prop turn upside-down.
Click on the prop to see the green frame. The green slider on the left allows you to decrease or increase the opacity.
When you first drag a prop onto the stage, it has full opactity as default. If you want the audience to see the prop fade in, lower the opacity before turning on the lightbulb. Then turn on the lightbulb and raise the opacity.
When a prop is placed on the stage, it will appear "in front" of other media that is already there. To move a prop behind other media, right-click on it to access the context menu and select "Send back". If it is behind other media, you can select "Bring forward".
The Depth tool is another way to change the order of media on the stage. See the chapter Depth tool for information about this.
Animated props are created either as multiframe props - a series of still images combined into one prop - or uploaded as animated gifs. A multiframe prop will be indentifiable in the prop overlay by the small white rectangle icon. A prop that has been uploaded as an animated gif will be identifiable in the prop overlay because the thumbnail icon will be animating.
To play a multiframe prop, right click on it to access the context menu and click on the play icon at the bottom of the menu. The speed of the animation can be adjusted by changing the slider to Animation speed. The slider at the left side of the prop's frame will turn yellow, and can be adjusted up or down to make the prop animate faster or slower.
Animated gifs will animate as soon as they are placed on the stage. If the gif has been saved to loop, it will loop continuously. If it does not loop, you can play the animation again by clicking on the prop.
To change the speed of a multiframe animation, right-click on the prop to access the context menu and change the slider to Animation speed. The slider will now be yellow. Adjust it up or down to speed up or slow down the frame rate.
The speed of gif animations cannot be changed.
There are three ways to remove a prop from the stage. You must first select it with a single click, so that the green frame is visible, then either:
The prop will disappear from the stage. It is still accessible in the props overlay if you want to put it on the stage again.
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