How it works
Live Channel has a bare-bones feel to it. The interface, while complex on the surface, is not terribly deep. In fact, it's quite simple. And once you get used to staring at all those preview windows, it's also very intuitive. [an error occurred while processing this directive]
Setting up disk recording for the broadcast
Setup is quite easy. You download the application, launch it and enter your serial number. That's it for installation. There is no installer application, and you don't even have to restart your computer.
Once the program is open, it will resize your resolution to 1,024 x 768 to accommodate all of the interface. (You can manually resize the resolution back to normal after the program launches, but you might lose a bit of performance. I saw no difference in the performance on my G4 400 test machine.)
The audio clip options window
appears when you click on the
audio clip window.
All of your media files are stored in a convenient bin on the left of the interface. This includes QuickTime movies, audio files and graphics. You can then drag the files into an appropriate preview window to play them, cue them up and make other adjustments. (For example, with graphics files, you can adjust their position, size and alpha interpretation.)
The media bin stores QuickTime files, graphics and audio files.
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