Solo Mode enables you to temporarily isolate an audio track, without changing the mute settings on all the tracks. You can listen to a specific audio track while working on your Storyboard Pro project.
The Solo Mode is not a preference nor an option that can be saved. When you re-open a Storyboard Pro project, the software will not retain your previous settings. Also, when exporting, splitting, extracting or even rendering scenes from a Storyboard Pro project, the Solo Mode setting is ignored.
- In the Layer toolbar, click the Solo Mode button of an audio track.
The button will display to inform you the Solo Mode has been enabled on this audio track.
- In Timeline view, simultaneously press Alt and click the Solo Mode / button of the audio track you want solo.
All other audio tracks will be automatically hidden.
NOTE: The Solo Mode is not an action recognized by the undo/redo list. It is thus impossible to undo or redo a change of a Solo Mode setting.
Tracks that are muted (tracks with the speaker button disabled) do not play even if the Solo Mode is enabled on them.