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In the Group Window, select the images that you would like to include in your Multi-view. You can select a minimum of one image and the maximum that can be selected is unlimited.
Select Group, Create Multi-view from the main menu.
You will be taken to the Multi-view Image editor in the Image Workspace. You will also see the Image Workspace Tool and the Multi-view Sequence Composer.
The first image you select in your group will appear in the center of the Multi-view Sequence Composer. This will be the first image you see when displaying Multi-view,. This first image is considered the “anchor” image for the Multi-view. (It will also be the image with the Multi-view border around it in the Group Workspace)
You can change the anchor image by dragging a different image from the Multi-view Image Editor over the image that is currently the anchor image. Your new image will become the anchor image.
Drag an image from the Multi-view Image Editor to one of the red x’s on the Multi-view Sequence Composer.
Define the direction in which you would like to view the next image after the anchor image. If, for example, you place an image to the right of the anchor image in the middle, and then also place an image to the left of the anchor image, you will be able to choose which image to view next. by clicking the desired direction with the gray arrows. This is also true if you put an image above and/ or below the anchor image in one of the boxes.
Place all the images that you would like to use in a square in the Multi-view Sequence Composer. You may use the same image more then once, and you do not need to have an image for every red x.
As you create more images in your Multi-view, you will see that as you drag an image onto an empty square, the gray arrow between the images will become lighter and become active. If you select this active arrow, you will “move” the Multi-view in the direction that you click by one image. So the image you clicked towards is now in the anchor position. Then you can add more images in the now empty squares. What you are doing is expanding the Multi-view. The Multi-view is essentially a large grid in which you can move up and down, and left and right. So as you add more unique images, the grid grows larger and larger.
When you have completed placing your images in the order that you want, select Save and Close. The Multi-view tool will disappear, leaving you in the Image Workspace.
To return to the Group Workspace, click on the Return to Group Window arrow located on the Image Workspace Tool.
You will now return to the Group Workspace and see the Multi-view that you just set up in the Multi-view Image Editor. It will be a thumbnail of your center (anchor) image, and there will be a small Multi-view icon in the top right corner.
Multi-view Image Editor
Image Workspace Tool