Product Documentation

Change the playback display

Sep 23, 2016

Options allow you to change how recorded sessions appear in the Player window. You can pan and scale the image, show the playback in full-screen mode, display the Player window in a separate window, and display a red border around the recorded session to differentiate it from the Player window background.

To display the Player window in full-screen format

  1. Log on to the workstation where the Session Recording Player is installed.
  2. From the Start menu, choose Session Recording Player.
  3. From the Session Recording Player menu bar, choose View > Player Full Screen.
  4. To return to the original size, press ESC or F11.

To display the Player window in a separate window

  1. Log on to the workstation where the Session Recording Player is installed.
  2. From the Start menu, choose Session Recording Player.
  3. From the Session Recording Player menu bar, choose View > Player in Separate Window. A new window appears containing the Player window. You can drag and resize the window.
  4. To embed the Player window in the main window, choose View > Player in Separate Window, or press F10.

To scale the session playback to fit the Player window

  1. Log on to the workstation where the Session Recording Player is installed.
  2. From the Start menu, choose Session Recording Player.
  3. From the Session Recording Player menu bar, choose Play > Panning and Scaling > Scale to Fit.
    • Scale to Fit (Fast Rendering) shrinks the image while providing a good quality image. Images are drawn quicker than when using the High Quality option but the images and text are not as sharp. Use this option if you are experiencing performance issues when using the High Quality mode.
    • Scale to Fit (High Quality) shrinks the image while providing high quality images and text. Using this option may cause the images to be drawn more slowly than the Fast Rendering option.

To pan the image

  1. Log on to the workstation where the Session Recording Player is installed.
  2. From the Start menu, choose Session Recording Player.
  3. From the Session Recording Player menu bar, choose Play > Panning and Scaling > Panning. The pointer changes to a hand and a small representation of the screen appears in the top right of the Player window.
  4. Drag the image. The small representation indicates where you are in the image.
  5. To stop panning, choose one of the scaling options.

To display a red border around the session recording

  1. Log on to the workstation where the Session Recording Player is installed.
  2. From the Start menu, choose Session Recording Player.
  3. From the Session Recording Player menu bar, choose Tools > Options > Player.
  4. Select the Show border around session recording check box.
    Tip: If the Show border around session recording check box is not selected, you can temporarily view the red border by clicking and holding down the left mouse button while the pointer is in the Player window.