The short video above explains the following:
- Editor Layout
- Toggling safe zone
- Adding Elements
- Settings Tabs
You can read more about them below:
Compared to the Template Editor, the Pro Editor has much more to offer in terms of creativity and freedom to do what you want. But this can come at a price for users who are not as experienced with editing tools such as Maglr Editors.
The Top Bar has options to Save, Publish, Preview and even the additional options for adding or editing the publication further.
The Left Side Panel has options that control what can be seen or added into the Canvas/Publication area.
The Center Canvas/Publication area, allows you to visualize the publication you are creating, as well as move and edit elements.
The Right Side Panel holds settings for; Objects that are in the publication, Layers for the user to rearrange and hide as well as group things together or even duplicate layers, Files you are currently using or even to add more from other publications, Page changes the publication for its Size, Viewport, Grids and more.
The Bottom Panel called Timeline is for timing and more advanced animation of objects(Explained below).
This zone is for guiding the user of where to place objects, from what they can and may not be able to see when finalizing their publication. Adding objects inside the safe zone could result in that specific object not being in visual for all or different devices. We recommend keeping everything within the Safe Zone.
Gives you the power to fill out and craft your publication with information and as many visuals as you please. From Text and Shapes to Videos and Audio it's all there.
This area controls the effect timing as well as when an object can be seen, how long for and when it cannot be seen. This area is for bringing your publication to life in terms of revealing certain information and objects before others.
This area controls how things look, from the canvas and viewport to objects and font. Being able to arrange layers so things appear in-front or behind others, as well as grouping things together for organization and duplicating for making certain tasks easier.