Each type of Holographic media has different properties you can edit.
Selecting a Light Field will make the property "focus" available to you. This allows you to change the area of the image that's the most clear, and allows you to better frame and position your content.
Selecting a quilt will make the following properties available to you:
These numbers are specific to each type of quilt, you need to take into account how many rows and columns your quilts have, as well as the aspect ratio it was captured in.
To Zoom and Pan on your quilt you can move your jmouse cursor over to the looking glass. Scroll to Zoom, and use Left Click to Pan.
Importing an iPhone or RGB-D hologram from your playlist not only automatically displays it in the Looking Glass Portrait, but it also allows you to make live changes to the following properties:
Depthiness Allows you to adjust how 3D the photo is.
Focus allows you to adjust where the photo sits in the focal plane of the display.
RGBD image / video also has "Depth Position" "Chroma Depth" and "Depth Inversion" in its properties (unlike iPhone).
Depth Position - allows you to tell HoloPlay Studio where the depth map sits in relation to the RGBD image (in case it is not on the right side, which is the default setting)
Chroma depth - allows you to import hue encoded depth map data.
Depth Inversion - allows you to switch the depth values so that black denotes the closest point of the image, and white denotes the furthest point of the image. At it's default, it is white as the closest, and black as the furthest.
You can also frame and crop your holograms with the following controls:
Mouse wheel / two finger scroll— zoom in and out
Mouse click + drag— pan around image
Once you've finished making your adjustments those changes will stay until you choose to edit them again.