The screen grabs below illustrate to main components of OnCue’s user interface. These are just the basics to get you up and running. More specific and advanced features can be found in the sections below.
OnCue’s Production Screen helps you manage the media in your Case. It consists of a Media bar, and Workflow Ribbon, and the Viewer.
OnCue’s Documents Screen is where you can manage your trial exhibits and other documents you want to present in your Case. You can access this screen by clicking on the Documents tab in the Workflow Ribbon. The left portion of the screen will show you the exhibits in your Case. Click on the + sign to expand the list to show individual pages and treatments. With your cursor parked on a specific exhibit, page or treatment, the image will appear in the Viewer window. To highlight, call-out, or otherwise treat the page in the Viewer, simply use the Annotation Toolbar located above the image inside the Viewer.
OnCue’s Videos Screen is where you organize, edit, and view individual video clips in OnCue. To access this screen by clicking on the Videos tab in the Media Bar. Expand the items by clicking the + sign. To review or edit the video clip in the Viewer window, use the Video Toolbar at the top of the Viewer.
OnCue allows users to edit deposition transcripts video that is synchronized with the transcript using a .mdb and associated MPEG file. To access this screen layout by clicking on the Transcripts tab in the Media Bar. This 3 window layout includes a list of the synchronized transcripts on the left, the Video Editor Pane in the middle, and the Transcript Viewer Pane on the right shows the text of the deposition. You can expand the Transcript on the left to show each individual MPEG segment.
OnCue allows users to create and play a list of designations from a synchronized transcript. To access Designations click on the Edit Designations tab in the Workflow Ribbon. This will display your Designation Lists on the left, the Video Editor Pane in the middle, and the transcript Viewer Pane on the right.
OnCue allows users to create custom presentations using pages, designations, annotations, clips, etc. To access this screen layout, click on the Create Presentations tab in the Workflow Ribbon (this screen layout is not working) .
Notebooks are a great way to keep your Case organized. To access Notebooks, click on the Create Notebooks tab in the Workflow Ribbon.
Panes vs Screen Layouts
OnCue’s pre-set Screen Layouts is our way of organizing the interface the way we think users will work most efficiently. But OnCue’s Panes are moveable so you can you can organize it however you like, even saving your own screen layout. The screen grab below illustrates all of OnCue’s different Panes.