Need help with Overlay!


#1

So when I go to place my overlay in a certain spot, my numbers is to small to see on my phone to know the exact place to put it. I can just barely make out the numbers but I’m not sure if I use spot directing for it when putting the overlay beside the opening scene or if I use scales or shifts. I’m not sure. Anyway all I’m asking is how to put overlays in a certain spot. Help please!


#2

Try using the web previewer spot director. It gives you the numbers under the screen instead of on it.


#3

My web previewer doesn’t work. It just shows a black screen. :frowning:


#4

That’s odd. Is there any kind of error message, or is the screen maybe zoomed in for the previewer?


#5

No, it’s always been like that. It’s never worked on my computer. I don’t think its worked with any of the computers I’ve used.


#6

Yeah it does that on mine too, but I think it’s because my mackbook was made in 2005 so I use my other one. There is a thread on how to spot overlays already though.


#7

Screenshot, then go in gallery and zoom the picture and see the numbers of the overlay


#8

Are you using Google Chrome as your browser or something else? Some other browsers won’t work right.


#9

I use explorer. I have chrome but I never really use it cause it messes with the speed on my computer.


#10

I’m not all sure what year my computer is but I bought it in 2014 and I bought it as new.


#11

How fast does it run??


#12

That could be why it does not work. My ITEC professor always told us not to use Explorer, only Chrome.


#13

Fast-ish. Like I’m not waiting a crazy amount of time to do one thing. I probably wait maybe 15 seconds before anything pops up


#14

That’s the thing. I’ve used my mom apple laptop and she only has chrome on it and even then it won’t work. I don’t understand.


#15

For me it doesn’t work on explorer, so then I used chrome and it worked😄


#16

Closing due to one month of inactivity :slight_smile:


#17