Themes in SHAREfactory allow Players to apply specific content related to various games to their Projects. These assets are not shared across other Themes, so Players should consider each before starting their project. Themes include the following unique assets:
Theme Clips are a set of at least 3 Clips included with the Theme, consisting of a Intro Clip, Title Clip, and Outro Clip. By default these clips are automatically added to the Project on creation after selecting a Theme, in addition to a global "Stinger" Clip that is added at the end of the Project in all Themes.
Theme Cinematic TransitionsEdit
When adding Transitions, the Player gain access to several unique Cinematic Transitions for each Theme in addition to the global options. These vary in number for each theme.
NOTE: The 4 original Themes released are available globally in all Themes.
In addition to Stickers that are globally available across all Projects, unique Theme Stickers can also be found in:
Theme Text (Fonts)Edit
Each Theme can have a unique font(s) for Text Overlay FX options. This is usually a game or title font found in the associated title and will display as the first font(s) option in the Choose Overlays > Text screen.
Additionally, every Theme includes 4 unique Color Palette options. (First 4 are Theme-specific, Black & White, then the last 4 colors selected).
Some DLC Themes (such as Destiny™, Street Fighter® V, etc.) include Theme-specific Music Tracks. These can be found in Add Music when the Theme is active and do not affect the Player's overall USB Imported Music Budget. (500MB)
Theme Art (Screenshots)Edit
Theme Art are Theme-specific Screenshot assets that are used throughout the Theme. Users can add clean versions of these Screenshots directly into their projects from Choose Screenshots.
These assets are also used in background and backdrop assets in other features, such as:
DLC SHAREfactory™ ThemesEdit
Patch 1.04 introduces DLC SHAREfactory Themes. These are Themes that can be downloaded for free or purchased from the PlayStation®Store. Unlike other games and apps however, SHAREfactory™ is to be treated as a system application. Therefore, it uses a special installation system for adding DLC content that grants ownership of the Theme to the respective game development team of the IP.
Released DLC SHAREfactory ThemesEdit