evoVIU Dokumentation

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In this chapter you will learn how to use bookmarks. Bookmarks are a kind of placeholder to which you assign a value and then reference it again and again can. Even if values change, the reference remains the same.

1. where to find bookmarks?

In the Bookmarks menu item, you can either browse the list of default bookmarks for a bookmark you need, or you can create one yourself.


You can recognize bookmarks in the application by the fact that they have two asterisks (**) before and after the label.

2. where do you create your own bookmarks?

Under Custom Bookmarks you can click either the Create Bookmark button or the Add Bookmark button to create your first custom bookmark.

create bookmark


Give your bookmark a meaningful label.


Describe why you created this bookmark and the value behind it. This may help other users of the camera.


You can reference your bookmark via the token. The token is always displayed within the **. For the default bookmarks the token always corresponds to the label.


Here you specify the value that will be resolved via the bookmark.

3. where in the application do you use bookmarks?

bookmark icon

Whenever you see this icon combination, you can use bookmarks at this point. Clicking on the left icon opens a dialog.

dialog bookmark

As soon as you click on the input field, a list with all default and custom bookmarks opens. Select your needed bookmark here and combine it with additional text if needed. You also have the option to select multiple bookmarks.

bookmark icon

By clicking on the arrow icon you can toggle between the token and the resolved value.

4. what are the advantages of bookmarks?

  • Values only need to be specified at one point in the application and can then always be referenced via bookmarks.
  • As soon as you want to change a value, you only have to do it in one central place.
  • You hardly have to make any changes if you want to import a workflow from one camera to another, because the settings are saved via bookmarks.


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