What are Brand Colors?

A SundaySky scene template includes various components that you can apply color to. These include the backgrounds, accents, buttons, and text. Each one of these components can have a specific color. The four colors that can be used in a scene template are defined in a brand.


A color is a component of a brand. A brand can be applied to more than one video. If you change colors in a brand, this will affect both the video you are currently working on as well as all videos using the same brand. We therefore recommend proceeding with caution.

Configuring a Color


In the relevant brand, go to the Colors section.
▶ For how to create a brand, see Creating a Brand.




The Colors section is displayed with the four colors that can be configured.




Click the color that you want to configure (in the example below, Secondary).
▶ For your reference, use the color mapping diagram to identify the color that you want to configure.




Select a new color by doing one of the following:
a. Enter the hex code.
b. Enter the R, G, and B numeric values.
c. Use the color slider to visually select a color.




As you configure a new color, it is immediately reflected in the relevant scene component.




When you're happy with the color that you have selected, click Save.
▶ Click Cancel to cancel the selection and revert to the previous color.




Configure additional colors, as required.

Color Mapping Diagram

If you would like to see how a color is used in a scene, you can refer to the mapping diagram below.
Note that there may be scenes in which not all the colors are used.


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