Attaching Images to Comments

You can add images to your text annotations and use them in the timeline.

You can attach images to comments, and they can be superimposed over the video.  This is useful for illustrating the comment body text when sketching is insufficient.

Once a Comment is created (i.e. you pressed Enter) you can attach an image to a comment in two ways: Uploading and Pasting.  Select the comment that you want to attach an image to, and do one of the following:

  • Paste an image from the system clipboard.
  • Click the comment's Upload icon and select an image file from your system.
  • Drag an image from your system onto the comment.

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Multiple attachments

You can attach multiple images to a single comment and it will appear as a list of items in the comment.  Either multiple-select them in the upload dialog or drag them together to upload.

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Using attachments

Hovering over an attachment's icon superimposes the image over the video frame. 

In this example, reviewer Janet would like to see stronger underlighting.  She has downloaded the current frame, manipulated it in an external image editor to illustrate her meaning, and uploaded it as a comment attachment.  Hovering over its icon displays it in the video area.

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Pinning

While hovering over the icon temporarily superimposes the attachment, clicking it will "pin" it in place. 

When the attachment is full-frame, this is only really useful for keeping it visible while performing other operations like replying to comments.  When the image is not full-frame, you can manipulate the timeline normally and the attachment will remain visible until it is unpinned.

Click the X in the upper right of the superimposed image to unpin.

Deleting an attachment

When hovering over an attached image, a Delete icon will appear at the left.   Use that and confirm the deletion.

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Deleting comments with attachments

When deleting a comment, any attachments to it will also be irrevocably deleted.