- Adding Markups to an Asset
- Viewing Markups
- Tool Panel and Keyboard Shortcuts
- Layer Panel
- Video Markups
- Downloading Markups
The Markup Editor can be used to provide collaborative and specific feedback for Retouching teams! Use a stylus to draw detailed notes so your team knows exactly which areas of an image need retouching and note what needs to be done in the layer.
Adding Markups to an Asset
- At the top right click Markup "M" icon to enter the Markup view
- Create a new markup layer (Shift + N) OR Click the Add A Markup field at the bottom of layer panel
- Enter a title for your markup layer, set a status and Save
- Select a tool from the Tool Panel on the left
- Add drawings, lines, shapes or text to assets to provide visual retouching notes
- Use the Reply field to add more detailed descriptions to Markup layers and @mention users on your team
- Each markup being added to an asset will automatically save.
- You can remove your latest markup by pressing Delete or the Trashcan icon in the lower left
- Remove individual markups at any time but using the Arrow tool to select the specific markup and pressing Delete
- Markups do not affect the original asset or jpeg preview but will be visible in the Markup Editor.
To view Markups made by yourself or other users, click the "M" icon in the upper left of the globaledit screen.
Markups can also be access by clicking the same icon in the Preview mode.
To toggle specific markup layers on/off or delete a markup layer, click the 3-Dot icon to the lower right of the layer:
To see which layer a markup is associated with, use the Move tool to click the visual markup. The associated layer will be highlighted in the right-hand layer panel.
Move: (V) Used to select specific markups, move or resize
Brush: (B) Add a drawing to an image to highlight certain areas
Arrow: Point to a specific spot in an image to make sure you are
Shape: Rectangle (R), Oval/Circle (O), Line (L)
Text: (T) Add a text layer to an asset
Palette: Select a color for your text or markups. Color can be used to quickly specify a type of markup, a certain user's markups or an type of retouching that is needed
Weight: Adjust the stroke weight of your markups, either before or after applying!
Text Options: Adjust the size, color and style of your text markup
Quickly reference the keyboard shortcuts in-app by clicking the Question Mark in the upper left of globaledit!
The Markup Layers panel can be used to edit, delete, set status, visibility and order of the individual markup layers.
Select the three dots to the right of a Markup layer to Hide, Edit, Delete, or View Info
Set a Status on a the markup layer:
Filter on the Status or Sort your Markup layers by using the dropdowns at the top of the layer panel:
Click Reply to add a comment, @mention a user or provide up to 500 characters of detail:
Markups on Video assets are placed within its timeline as timestamped comments. All markups on the video asset will display as markup layers in the left panel with links to the timestamp of each.
Creating a video markup
Select the comment icon while a video is playing or paused, write your comment in the dialogue box, then select Add Markup.
While creating a video markup, you can adjust where the markup is placed in the timestamp by clicking on the timeline or adjusting the timestamp in the upper right corner of the comment box.
Viewing video markups
Hover over the markup in the progress bar to quickly view it and select the markup to reply:
User avatar & markup stamp
Click the Markup icon at the top right of the screen to view all markups
Navigate to the markup in the progress bar by clicking on the timestamp link:
Add a new markup by repeating step 1 OR clicking the Add a markup... field at the bottom of the markup list
Delete a markup by selecting the three dots at the bottom right of a markup.
Markups can be downloaded as PDFs when choosing the download options of an asset or group of assets. The associated PDF will be included in the zipped download package.
Markup layers can also be downloaded directly as Photoshop layers by using the globaledit Adobe Photoshop Plugin
Please note that Video Markups are viewed in browser and cannot be downloaded.