PVP3 Tutorials Getting StartedAdvancedAutomationProjectsGetting Started PVP3 | Quick Start (3:03)This short overview covers the basics of getting started with PVP3.PVP3 | Layers (6:52)Layers is how to output different content to multiple screens. Learn how to set layers to output to the desired screens and adjust settings for unique effects and abilities.PVP3 | Playlists (6:55)Playlists are used to manage your media content within PVP3 for easily finding content for playback during an event. This video will help you learn the different Playlist features that PVP3 offers to make your presentations easier.PVP3 | Targets (7:52)Targets are how PVP3 defines where any chosen media will be shown on your screen.PVP3 | Screens (6:31)Screens are how we denote the use of an output, whether it's going to be one portion or the full-size of a connected output.PVP3 | Workspace Editor (8:17)This tutorial gives an overview of the workspace editor in PVP3 and how to use some of the settings to make your work easier. Advanced PVP3 | Audio Routing (5:09)Audio routing allows you to map which channels of PVP output to which channels of your audio device.PVP3 | Blend Modes (4:16)Blend modes add a lot of flexibility to your workflow and content. This tutorial will explain what blend modes are and show you how to use them in PVP3.PVP3 | Edge Blending (4:22)Setting up an edge blend and controlling the properties of the blend is made quite simple within the Workspace Editor.PVP3 | Effects Presets (3:42)Effects presets are a great benefit to an operator during live events as it lets them easily add in effects to the output that were previously created. This tutorial will show you how to create them and then trigger them during a show.PVP3 | Import Options (1:47)Easily change the default preference of how content is imported using these steps.PVP3 | Layer Presets (4:21)Layer presets add a lot of automation to your workflow that would otherwise be time-consuming and difficult to pull off in many production environments. This tutorial will explain what it saves and how to use them.PVP3 | Masks (4:11)Dynamically mask out an area of your image to better arrange your environmental projection through the use of custom masks or even image masks.PVP3 | Media Inspector (8:05)Control many of the settings you need to access for media from one easy to use interface.PVP3 | Multi-Action Cues (2:45)Need to trigger more than one piece of content at a time? This video explains how you can have as many Actions inside of one Cue as you would like, which is called a Multi-Action Cue. These actions can be either visible or non-visible.PVP3 | Snapshots (3:19)Snapshots provide an easy way to recall the current state of your layers at a later time in your show. Automation PVP3 | Calendar (3:50)The calendar feature allows for robust automation in applications of digital signage and pre-show announcement loops.PVP3 | Timecode Following (5:43)Use timecode to not only trigger clips, but have PVP3 react to changes in the time code. Stop the timecode and the video stops, scrub through the timecode and your video is scrubbed as well.PVP3 | Timecode Triggering (5:05)Use timecode to trigger cues to play at a certain time. Projects PVP3 and iMac Pro (5:36)A quick demonstration of just how powerful PVP3 is on the new iMac Pro.PVP 3.1 with DMX and Network Protocol CommunicationsPVP 3.1 introduces DMX and Network Protocol (HTTP) support for controlling the media server and screen control system from a variety of external sourcesPVP3 Theatrical 360 Degree and Floor Projection Walk Through (4:43)Fantastic video walk through from Camron Ware and Courtney Ware (www.visualworshiper.com) showing a theatrical install with 360 degree projection along with floor projection using 18 projectors and 3 MacBook Pros running PVP3!