so what you do is you go to the art catalog, choose two images to click on and save them on your computer. Then you go into some sort of picture editor (picmonkey or something) and load one of the pictures, crop it about halfway, then save it, now go onto the editor again and load the other picture you didn’t crop. Then, as an overlay, add the cropped picture and put it over half of the image, resize it etc. To be honest, if you wanted to, you could also just not crop any of the images and just skip to this step. Next, if you are using picmonkey, you will need to pay to save it, so to avoid this problem, use snipping tool and drag across the area where the image is (if you have a mac use some sort screen shot tool then crop it to just the image collage you’ve made), then go into paint, click resize, uncheck ‘maintain aspect ratio’ , click the pixels circle and resize it to 1920 x 1136. (Again if you’ve got a mac, go into a different editor and upload the snip you’ve made and resize it to the same thing.)
For both, windows and mac, save it, obviously. Then go back to the art catalog and click the drop menu where it says ‘Backgrounds: Available for ALL stories’ click the second option, then upload your image. Kay, now this is a little custom, you can either choose 2 panels, or 3. Don’t do one because most of the time it will barely show anything of your collage.
After you’ve made your decision, choose a background name. The name you choose will be used as a command in coding if that makes sense?? You have to make sure you oblige to this rule Episode has stated. "Here, you can choose a name for your background so you can use it in your scripts. Please enter a name starting “INT.” or “EXT.” (such as INT. BEDROOM - DAY)."
and that’s it!
Hope you have a lovely day and that I could help you ^^
Oh! I forgot to say you add the scene into the story with the name you saved it as and add the characters in a default placement area. Like screen left, right, center. If you want it to be custom AKA spot directed, lemme know and I can help you with that.