There is an easy way to set up key mapping when using KEYMACRO, each &[PRIMARY] key has a special macro assigned.
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OpenGL Physical has an implementation of OpenGL physics, which is developed by the same developer that makes OpenGL Visualizer. It features the same built-in physic engine.
It works out of the box with most graphics drivers, and requires no additional drivers.
Keyboard controls: There are six keys which are bound to controls to:
1. Enter simulation mode
2. Change dynamic world
3. Toggle graphics
4. Toggle particles
5. Set graphics attributes
6. Enter profile editing mode
Mouse controls: If needed, you can use Mouse buttons 1 to 3 for selection of objects in the simulation and for triggering the appropriate key events to operate it.
Joystick controls: Although you can use most joystick, gamepads are supported too.
The basic controls are:
1. Up/Down – Set world position
2. Left/Right – Set world rotation
3. Page Up/Page Down – Set dynamic world and particle movement
4. Toggle Particle Lighting – Toggle particle light on/off
5. Toggle Particle Rendering – Toggle particle rendering on/off
6. Toggle Graphics Rendering – Toggle graphics rendering on/off
7. Toggle Particle Dynamic – Toggle particle effect on/off
8. Toggle Graphics Dynamic – Toggle graphics effect on/off
9. Set Lighting Radius – Set lighting radius
10. Set Ambient Light Color – Set light color
11. Set Illumination Surface – Set illumination surface
12. Toggle Particle Rendering Volume – Toggle particle rendering volume on/off
13. Toggle Particle Lighting Volume – Toggle particle light volume on/off
14. Toggle Particle Rendering Volume – Toggle particle rendering volume on/off
15. Toggle Particle Dynamic Volume – Toggle particle effect volume on/off
16. Toggle Particle Dynamic Volume – Toggle particle effect volume on/off
17. Toggle Graphics Rendering Volume – Toggle graphics rendering volume on/off
18. Toggle Graphics Rendering Volume – Toggle graphics rendering volume on/off
19. Set Transparency Mode – Set transparency mode
20. Enter Simulation Mode – Enter simulation mode
21. Enter Profiling Mode – Enter profiling mode
22. Exit Simulation Mode – Exit simulation mode
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* Simple to use, with powerful macro features
* Works with your iPhone or iPad as a remote control.
* Command that works with high-end DSLR cameras.
* Let your camera run in silent mode.
Keymacro can remotely control your smartphone or tablet and improve your DSLR photos. Just hold your remote control in front of your camera to take photos or use the “REC” button to activate the remote control feature, and your smartphone or tablet’s screen will immediately display the photo taken on your camera’s screen.
* When your camera’s shutter button is activated, your smartphone or tablet’s screen will display the photo taken on your camera’s screen.
* You can use the app to view the photo taken on your camera’s screen.
* The app can adjust picture size, exposure, ISO, focus, exposure compensation, exposure speed, and more.
Keymacro includes a powerful feature that allows you to use your smartphone or tablet as a remote control.
We recommend that you turn off the camera’s access light, unless the DSLR has a built-in light to prevent the screen from getting dark.
* Other great feature includes:
* The APS-C camera’s “ISO”, “Exposure”, “Metering”, and “Bracketing” settings, and “White Balance”.
* The bracketing settings.
* The “Release” button and the “Rec” button.
* ISO, ISO, exposure, and APS-C.
* The “Bracketing” and “Metering” functions.
* The “Autofocus” and “AE/AF” settings.
* The shutter release button and the “AE/AF” button.
* The “Focusing” and “Distance” functions.
* The “Handheld Night” function.
* The “Image Size” function.
* The “Color” function.
* The “Picture Size” function.
* “Remote shutter control” function.
* Your camera’s custom functions.
* Setting up the remote control function is easy.
* Simply follow the steps below to set up the remote control function.
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