Anyone who knows how to put a overlay in a spesific zone?

What is _INT. TABLE

Another overlay there is two

ok
@overlay INT. COMPUTER scales to 1.000 1.000

And…

and ? erase The numbers

But witch numbers do i use?

Just the numbers at first take a look at my example
@overlay CAKE create
@overlay CAKE shifts to 175 120 in zone 3
@overlay CAKE scales to 0.490 0.490
@overlay CAKE opacity 1

What’s the create thing?

What exactly you want from the beginning of the scene or that will appear in the middle

What?
Can you elaborate or explain it in another way?

Write to me what you want exactly from the overlay what it should be

INT. WRITERROOM with INT. COMPUTER in zone 3 with INT. TABLE in zone 3

@overlay 4895512273223680_INT. TABLE shifts to -24 215
@overlay 4895512273223680_INT. TABLE scales to 1.000 1.000

@overlay 4895512273223680_INT. COMPUTER shifts to 50 160
@overlay 4895512273223680_INT. COMPUTER scales to 1.000 1.000

You have called your overlay with _INT. TABLE like _INT. in backgrounds

INT.background with POLL1 ( overlay) to 0.982 -6 11 in zone 1

Yeah i know it was a mistake but they are real overlays

ok
If you place the overlay in the background you do not need it @overlay 4895512273223680_INT. TABLE shifts to -24 215
@overlay 4895512273223680_INT. TABLE scales to 1.000 1.000

@overlay 4895512273223680_INT. COMPUTER shifts to 50 160
@overlay 4895512273223680_INT. COMPUTER scales to 1.000 1.000
INT. WRITERROOM with INT. COMPUTER to 1.000 50 160 in zone 3 with INT. TABLE to 1.000 50 160 in zone 3

Moved to Directing Helps and Tips since coding is involved. Make sure to check out our Forum Tutorial for more info about where to correctly create topics. :wink:

What should it say then?

Code for adding an overlay into your scene:

INT. BACKGROUND NAME - DAY with OVERLAY to S X Y in zone # at layer #

So, can write:
INT. WRITERROOM with INT. COMPUTER to 1.000 50 160 in zone 3 at layer 3 with INT. TABLE to 1.000 -24 215 in zone 3 at layer 2

This is just an example, you can use any number for the layer : )
Also, if you do this, the computer will be at a higher layer than the table (because 3 is greater than 2), thus making the computer appear in front of the table if you put them together.