In this section we will describe each menu and their content.
|New||Create a new project (all opened files are lost)|
|Open||Open a media (all opened files are lost)|
|Append||Add another media to a project (keeps all opened files)|
|Save||Save project and erase previous version|
|Save as||Save project by adding a name and selecting a path|
|Save as archive||Save project as archive with output and quality parameters|
|Export||Export current project to another format with input, output, options and size parameters|
|Change directory||Edit current .bv directory|
Bview's projects are saved under .bv extension.
You can use relative paths by editing your .bv directory.
e.g : media are located in /user/content/jpg but you need to move them to a new folder /user/content/backup go to Change directory and edit the path.
|Pack||Display a minimalist Bview GUI|
|Unpack||Restore Bview GUI|
|Fullscreen||Display sequence or movie in fullscreen|
|Single View||Display one sequence or movie at a time|
|Dual View||Display two sequences or movies at the same time|
|Lock View||Disable display actions (e.g zoom) for reference View|
|Lock Time||Disable timeline actions for reference View|
|Lock Toolbar||Disable toolbar actions for reference View|
|Thumbnails Panel||Hide/Show thumbnails panel|
|Media Panel||Hide/Show media panel|
|Media||Switch to media panel|
|Sound||Switch to sound spectre|
|Options||Toggle Bview general options|
Lock View, Lock Time and Lock Toolbar are only available under Dual View mode. When using this mode your reference image or movie is always on the left while your work file is on the right.
This menu grants access to Bview's documentation, tutorials and indicates the installed version on your computer.
On the top right side (bottom right for MacOS) you can monitor your computer's memory availability with a simple widget of your memory resources in order to avoid performance issues.