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    Media that can be inserted into the slide should be one of the following:

    • Image
    • Video
    • Video pop-up button

    Media type – image

    Click on Media Box Settings, and a panel will open, with the customization options:

    • Check the checkbox to make the image round
    • Check the checkbox to enable media shadow

    Alignment of the media

    This option refers to the vertical alignment of the image. You can set it to:

    • Top
    • Middle
    • Bottom

    Uploading media

    This option allows you to upload the image of your choice, to use in the slide. You can change the image any time, or you can remove it completely from the slide.

    Width of the media

    Adjust, from here, the horizontal distance onto which the image is deployed. Select a value from 0 to 100, to configure the media width.

    Frame

    Type – select a frame for the image (border or background), or leave the image with no frame at all

    Frame Width – select a value from 0 to 200, for the horizontal distance a frame occupies in the slide

    Frame Height – select a value from 0 to 200, for the vertical distance a frame occupies in the slide

    Frame Offset Left – select a value from -50 to 50, to define the displacement of the frame as related to the image itself (on a horizontal axis)

    Frame Offset Top – select a value from -50 to 50, to define the displacement of the frame as related to the image itself (on a vertical axis).

     

     

    Frame Color – from here, you can define the color that is adequate for the frame

    Show frame over image – you have the option to place the frame behind the image, or (if you check this checkbox) to place the frame over the image

    Show frame shadow – it enables you to add some shadow to the frame

    Hide frame on mobile – if this option is selected, the frame for the image will not be visible on mobile devices.

    Media Type – Video

    Click on Media Box Settings, and a panel will open, with the video customization options.

    In the Content Video section, you have to specify the link to the video you want to include in the slide.

    Autoplay gives you the possibility to let the video run automatically when the slide is open. However, as you are working in the Customizer, the autoplay option is turned off for performance improvements.

    Loop video is an additional option allowing the website users to watch the video and focus their attention on something else, once the video is finished.

    Enable media shadow – this option adds some shadow to the video file in the slide you are working on.

    Media vertical align – this option defines the vertical alignment of the video file, as related to the other elements in the slide.

    Media width – this option refers to the horizontal distance over which the video file is spanning, in the slide.

     

     

    Media Type – Video Pop-up Button

    Click on Media Box Settings, and a panel will open with the customization options for the video pop-up button.

    Under Video Settings, you can insert the link towards the external video file you want to have in the slide.

    Video Icon Color – the “Play” icon can have the color you choose from this section.

    Video Icon Hover Color – the “Play” icon will have the color you choose from this section, when a user hovers over it with the mouse.

    Video Poster – it refers to an image that is shown when the video is not playing. You have the option to insert a video poster, change it or remove it any time. Also, an additional option lets you hide the video poster.

    Video Poster Overlay Color – this option refers to the semi-transparent color you can apply to the video poster, to obtain a nice visual effect. Set the color to one of your choice and see the difference.

    Enable Media Shadow – when checking this checkbox, shadow will be added to the video file when this is inserted into the slide.

    Media vertical align – this option defines the vertical alignment of the video pop-up, as related to the other elements in the slide.

    Media width – this option refers to the horizontal distance over which the video pop-up is spanning, in the slide.