While attending a Studio Session, you will be able to interact with other Attendees and documents that have been uploaded to the Session. You will need a Studio account before you can attend a Session and need to either have been invited to attend or have been given the Session ID.
Menus and toolbars that cannot be accessed during Studio Sessions are grayed out.
The Session Host may restrict an Attendee's ability to save, print, or add markups to documents in the Session.
You can continue to work with other documents while you work in a Session. The document tabs at the top of the Revu workspace will show a small Studio icon for documents that are part of a Session.
You need only three things (besides a computer) to participate in Studio:
- An installation of Revu.
- An email address (to create a Studio Server account).
- An Internet connection.
Attendees do not need to purchase Revu to participate in Studio. Revu can access Studio while still in the trial period.
A Studio Account must be created so the Host can authorize you to participate in the Session and so other users can identify you. The account is free and only requires a valid email address.
An Internet connection is required so you can connect to the Studio server. A dial-up connection is not recommended.
You might receive an invitation to the Studio
Before you can join a Studio
If you received an email invitation to a Studio
If you do not have a Studio account, the Create Studio Account dialog box appears first. You must create an account to join the
You can also join a Studio
Select the Studio panel.
- If you are not currently signed into Studio, click Sign In to do so.
- If you do not have a Studio account, the Create Studio Account dialog box appears first. You must create an account to join the Session.
Go to Add > Join. The Join dialog box appears.
- Enter the Studio ID and click OK.
Note: Some Sessions are set to restrict access to specified users only. If you get a message indicating that you do not have permission to join this Session, contact the host to confirm that you have been granted access to it.