Create cinematic video backgrounds for your content, or use them as a page banner. The Cinema stack loops your video in the background to create a beautiful ambiance.
To help get you started we've already created some nice loop able animations and encoded them to the correct formats, as well as made a Poster image for each. This will give you some videos to experiment with before diving in and encoding your own.
Remove Base Margin
Allows you to disable the preset standard spacing that is applied to the bottom of the stack.
You can choose between a fixed-width for the inner portion of the stack or make it fluid. Fluid allows the contents of the stack to stretch out to the full-width, while fixed-width option allows you to set your own maximum width for the inner content.
Set the maximum width you desire for your content in the stack when using Fixed-Width as your inner container type.
Remove Left & Right Padding
When using the Fluid option of the Inner Container setting you are given the option of whether to remove the outer padding on the left- and right-hand sides of the Banner’s content container.
The Poster Image shows in the stack’s background while the video file loads. This way if you have a large video file the visitor will be presented with a still background until the background video has completed its loading process.
MP4 & WEBM Files
These are your video files for the background video within Cinema. You will need to include both the MP4 and WEBM format.
These files can be dragged and dropped into the RapidWeaver Resources and accessed through there to keep your site contents organized. We cover how to both encode your videos as well as how to use them within the stack in our tutorial video.
Choose a color, as well as adjust the opacity of that color, that will be laid on top of your video background.
Mobile, Table & Desktop Height
Allows you to adjust the height of the Cinema stack at each breakpoint. By default all three breakpoints are set to flexible, adjusting its height based upon the stack’s contents.
Be sure to watch our Cinema Tutorial video above to learn how you'll need to convert your videos for use with the Cinema stack. This one's important, so if you plan on using the Cinema stack, please don't skip it.