The Document Camera feature lets you annotate, flip and mirror the live video stream, turning your HUE into a document camera or visualiser. A snapshot of the annotated video stream can then be saved to your computer for future use.
To choose a tool, click the icon and move your cursor. The tool will turn orange, indicating that it has been selected.
Delete: Use the eraser to delete anything you have added to the image. If you want to clear all of your annotations at once, use the button in the bottom right of the toolbox.
Capture Snapshot: Use the camera button to take a picture at any time.
Flip/Mirror: Rotate the live video vertically or horizontally, without having to move the camera.
Color swatches: Use the color picker to choose your color for annotations and filling/outlining shapes.
You can add Text using the T button. Change the font or size by using the slider and list adjacent to the button. The pointer tool (arrow) can be used to select an existing text box if you want to make changes.
Add shapes and change the fill and border colors using the color swatches. If you want to create a shape which is already filled with a solid color, check the Fill box.
There are some aesthetic differences between the on-screen buttons in Document Camera mode in the current versions of HUE Intuition for Windows and HUE Intuition for macOS. The features are exactly the same on macOS version, despite the different icons.