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Musical sequences are associated with a song or other sound effect, from either an audio file (such as an MP3) or a video file (such as a WMV file). If a musical sequence is associated with a video file, Light-O-Rama can display the video during play. Or, for an audio file, Light-O-Rama can display a visualization.
The following options can be set via the Video Preferences dialog:
The Video Preferences dialog
If "Show Audio Visualizations" is enabled on the Video submenu of the View menu, and a musical sequence based on an audio file is played by the Sequence Editor, Light-O-Rama will display a visualization of the audio during play.
If "Full Screen" is enabled on the Video submenu of the View menu, and a video or audio visualization is displayed for a musical sequence being played by the Sequence Editor, Light-O-Rama will display the video or visualization during play.
If this option is selected, then when a musical sequence with a video is played in the Sequence Editor, only the audio track of the video will be played when running the sequence. This can speed up sequencing with video, since the video itself is not loaded (only the audio track is loaded). If you unselect this option, the video will be played as normal.
If you have more than one monitor hooked up to your computer, you can use this button to select which monitor Light-O-Rama will use when it displays videos or audio visualizations. This also affects play during shows, by the Show Player.