Incari Studio

After creating a Project from Incari Hub, Incari Studio starts and loads this newly created empty Project.

The Interface is composed of the Viewport and the Modules. The Viewport contains what will be displayed when the Project is played and the different Modules offer distinct functionalities to work in the Project. For a detailed description of each Module, see the Modules category of the Documentation on the left-hand side index. This page deals with all the possibilities that Incari offers in order to accommodate the user's preferences regarding the Interface.

When starting a new Project, the Incari Studio Interface looks as in the following image:

There are many Modules available in Incari Studio. The user can show or hide any Module at their discretion in order to customize their workspace. There are several ways of changing the visibility of Modules:

  • Modules can be made visible from the View menu in the top bar.

  • Modules can be shown or hidden by right-clicking the top bar and selecting or deselecting them.

  • Modules can be hidden by clicking the x in the top right corner of each of them.

Besides giving the option to choose which Modules are visible, Incari Studio gives the user total freedom to customize how the visible Modules are organized. Particularly, their position and size can be set by the user.

Moreover, Modules can be docked together and then accessed via the tabs that are automatically created.

Modules can also be used as independent windows, which can be very useful when working with more than one computer screen.

Modules that are individual windows can be locked so they do not dock on the main Incari Studio Interface. This is done by clicking on the lock icon that appears on the top-right of a Module that is displayed as an independent window.

This way, the Interface of Incari Studio can be customized in the way that best suits the user and their work.

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