Load F2 - Load a VJamm Patch File (.vjp) - these save all VJamm settings, and
the filenames of all the clips you are using - keystroke Function Key 2
Save F3 - Save a VJamm Patch File (.vjp)
Help - Launches this Help window
Options - Launches the VJamm global Options window
Load Multiple Clips - Select a number of clips at once to load rather than
loading them one by one.
MIDI Controls - Launches the VJamm MIDI controls window
Sync Button - use this button to resync Sync mode avis.
Patch Loader - Launches the VJamm Patch window for loading patches
quickly from the current patch directory and auto patch loading.
Performance Monitor - monitor VJamm framerates, frame decompression times
Crossfader - The VJamm AudioVisual assignable crossfader.
TV Output Monitor - Open the TV out window to get 'overlay' output from your
grafix card / laptop. If your system dosen't support overlay you can also use
this window as a full output preview with the overlay switched off in the
options window. This works for multi-screen output areas too.
Load Cips Full Screen - All clips load sized to the full current display area with
this option on.
Load Clips in Sync Mode - All clips are loaded in Sync Mode with this option on.
New Trigger Stops Clips - One AVI at a time option - Like in VJamm1/VJPro
Trails DieBack Slider - Controls the dieback level of Trails. For this to work you
need the Trails checkbox below switched on.
Luma Key Sliders - Adjust the Luma Key Level and Luma Blend Level of the
current clip. The current clip can be identified by it's blue QWERTY clip letter
in the thumbnail bank.
Opacity Slider - Adjusts the opacity (transparency) level of the current clip.
Trails - Leave trails when clips are moved & sized & triggered. Some good video
feedback style effects can be got with this. Keyboard shortcut O
Loop - Global clip looping. Keyboard shortcut L
Triggered to Front - Bring clips to the front when they are triggered (see above)
Keyboard shortcut ;
Auto Standby - when this is switched on, VJamm automatically goes into
standby when you click away from it (or Alt+TAB) to free up resources
for other applications.
BPM - use the BPM entry box to get VJamm to repitch your clips to a specific
BPM eg. to get them in time with music. The Tap button lets you tap in a BPM
if you don't know exactly what BPM it is you need, eg. VJing to a DJ that's not
gonna tell you the BPMs. Repitch Clips to BPM repitches all the clips that you
have set to Follow BPM in the AVIinfo window. You can jog VJamm faster and
slower like a turntable of CDJ with the = (+) and - buttons. See also the Auto
Follow BPM check box in the Options window.
Show Mouse - Whether the mouse pointer shows over the display area. You
can still move the current clip about even when show mouse is swithched off.
With show mouse on you can drag any clip that is playing about. Put loop on to
keep clips playing while you postion them.
Standby - Check this box to put VJamm to sleep. This frees up system resources
to let you use other programs on your computer eg. windoze explorer.