In this chapter you will learn why you need the Image Source Stream Area and what the icons in the Control Bar mean.
The Image Source Stream Area consists of the Image Stream and the Image Stream Control Bar. Where you currently see “No active stream”, you will soon see your picture.
2. stream control bar
After creating the image source, the stream is inactive by default. Click on the Play icon in the Image Stream Control Bar to start the stream. Depending on which mode you are in, your picture will appear directly or you will have to take it manually.
If the stream is active, you can deactivate it by clicking on the Stop button.
This icon will take you to the gallery of your saved images. You can also reach this point by clicking Gallery on the left above your created configurations.
With these two icons you can flip your image along the x or y axis.
With these two icons you can rotate your image to the left or to the right.
If you have set the image capture mode to Manual, you can capture your image manually with this button. After click you will see your picture in the stream area.
By clicking this icon you can save the currently captured image. You will then find this image in the Gallery.
By clicking on the magnifying glass, it turns yellow and becomes active. Once it is yellow, you can use the mouse wheel or your fingers to zoom in or out of the current image.
This icon shows you the current state of your rotation or mirroring.
With this icon you can choose which file format your image should have. You can also adjust the scaling and quality of your image.