Bridge PreviewPreview of bridges
Previewing pictures and editing recording times
Preview window shows up to nine miniature views for fast comparison. The Full Image Preview shows pictures in full image display only. Check Pictures shows pictures in a full-screen display where you can browse through pictures, fine-tune your selections, annotate, evaluate and rotate pictures, and open pictures in Camera Raw. You can use the Slide Show function to display a slide show of mini views that occupies the whole of your computer monitor.
Panning and zooming pictures during a slide show and setting slide show viewing controls, which include transition and captioning. If you want to see a slide show, open a Pictures folder, or browse to the pictures you want to see in the slide show and go to View>Show. Up to nine pictures can be selected from the Contents pane and (if necessary) Window > Preview Window.
Selects one or more pictures and selects View > Full Screen Preview or presses the space bar. Use the plus (+) or minus (-) signs to move in and out of the picture, or click on the picture to move to that point. In order to move the picture, zooming in and out then dragging it.
Use the right and right arrow keys to move to the next and next picture in the group. Hint: If you choose more than one picture before you preview the full screen, use the Right and left arrow keys to scroll through the pictures. Enter the desired value and click on the "Enter" button.
Verification is a special full-screen display that allows you to browse a range of photographs, refine your selections, and perform fundamental edits. Reviews display the pictures in a revolving "carousel" where you can interact with navigation. Go to a Pictures file or browse to the pictures you want to check and go to Views > Checkpoint.
You can click the arrow keys pointing right or right in the lower right hand side of the display, or use the arrow keys pointing right or right on your keypad to go to the next or next picture. Dragging the front picture to the right or right moves the next or next picture forward. To move any picture forward, click any picture in the wallpaper.
Dragging any picture from the bottom of the display removes it from the selections. Or, click the Down arrow in the lower right hand side area of the display. Click a picture with the right mouse key (Windows) or the right mouse key (Mac OS) to evaluate it, add a tag, turn it, or open it. Use ] to turn the front cover 90° counterclockwise.
Use [ to turn the picture 90° to the left. In order to leave the verification modus, click Esc or the corresponding icon in the lower right hand side corners of the display. Use the New Collect pushbutton at the bottom right hand corner of the monitor to generate a collect set from the pictures you've chosen and quit Review Selector.
Hint: To view shortcut keys for working in Reviewode, hold down key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key combination key With the magnifying glass you can enlarge a part of an picture. Loupe tools are available in the preview window and on the front, or the chosen picture is available in Review window. Normally, if the picture is shown at less than 100%, the magnifying glass increases to 100%.
A magnifying glass can be displayed for each picture. In order to enlarge an existing picture with the magnifying glass you click on it in the preview window or in review modus. You can also click the Magnifier icon in the lower right hand edge of the monitor in Review Window. In order to fade out the magnifying glass click on the right bottom edge of the magnifying glass or click on the enlarged area of the magnifying glass.
You can also click the Magnifier icon in the lower right hand edge of the monitor in Review Window. Dragging the magnifying glass onto the picture or clicking on another area of the picture will alter the enlarged area. In order to magnify with the magnifying glass you can use the mousewheel or the plus or minus symbol (-) keys.
If you want to view more than one magnifying glass tool in more than one image in the Preview Window, click each image. If you want to sync more than one magnifying glass tool in the Preview Window, click on one of the pictures with Control or Strg (Windows) or Command-Click or Command-Drag (Mac OS). Choose this item if slide shows or pictures are not displayed properly in the Preview Window, Full Screen Preview, or Playback Time.
The use of preview rendered softwares will render preview images properly, but the viewing speeds may become slower and there may be other restrictions. Choose Use Custom Drawing in Advance Settings. It may be necessary to modify the recording times of your picture data if you are traveling to a different timezone and do not modify the date or clock of your digital still cameras before recording begins.
With Bridge you can modify the recording times of JPEG and Raw picture data sets. If you want to modify the recording duration, browse to one or more images and follow the procedure below: From the menu, click on Edit > Recording Duration. Right click on the picture preview in the Contents pane and click Modify recording duration. Click the editing button next to the Date clock date box in the Camera data (Exit) section of the Metadata window, as shown below.
Edit Recording Timeout appears as shown below: Specify the following in the Edit Recording Duration section of the Customization Type dialogue box: Activate the Changing To A Specified Date And Time control checkbox to modify the date and recording clock. In the Corrected Time field, choose a new date and clock.
Activate the option labeled Send by Hours, Minutes, and Seconds to move the recording duration by the specified number of hour, minute, and second. Choose Append if you want to append the specified hour, minute, and second to the initial recording duration. If you want to deduct the specified hour, minute, and second from the initial recording amount, choose Undo.
Activate the option labeled Changing To File Create Date Date And Time in order to adjust the recording date in the camcorder information to the date the recording was created. Use the Modify button to accept the changes in the chosen documents. If you want to return the recording mode to Originals, highlight the picture and do one of the following:
Select Edit > Reset Recording Time to Original. Right click on the picture and select Reset Recording Time to Original.