The composite image of a cue (i.e., the image the audience sees) can be captured like a screenshot and saved as a .jpeg file. For example, if you export a text cue to a graphic, the .jpeg image will show the text over the background. When a multiple-page cue is exported, the program generates a .jpeg for each page.
Exporting a cue to a graphic file
- In the Script pane, select the cue. If the cue contains multiple pages, make sure that it's expanded.
- Select Edit > Convert > Export Cue to Graphic File.
- In the Save Image dialog box, name the file, then click Save.
Note: If you are converting a multiple-page cue, place the number 1 at the end of the filename. The program will use this name for page 1, then replace this number with the next higher number for each subsequent page.
Note: This feature is designed to give you graphics of suitable quality for inserting into your lesson outline or other presentation. If you need high resolution graphics for publishing, you need to use a screen-capture program.