Dynamic Rotator .NET enforces a simple entity hierarchy that shapes all settings.

The root level of the hierarchy is the banner or the rotator as an object. You can think of it as a flash control plus some settings that determine behavior. These are tweaked from General Settings.

A banner or rotator can have any number of slides, with only one slide visible at a time. This represents the second level of the hierarchy. Each slide has it's own settings that apply only to it. Please refer to Slide Settings page for more information.

Finally, each slide can have any number of objects (text, images or other flash movies). This is the third level and it represents the content of your banner or rotator. Please refer to Slide Objects page for more information.

To summarize, the hierarchy is: Rotator > Slide > Slide Object.
Please read the subpage for more information about each.