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Events are managed in the IO devices settings:
 
Events are managed in the IO devices settings:
  
:'''(A)''' Open 'DMX/MIDI/Keyboard Events' in the settings:
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1. Open 'DMX/MIDI/Keyboard Events' in the settings: '''(A)'''
::'''Menu: Settings → IO Devices → DMX/MIDI/Keyboard Events'''.
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:'''Menu: Settings → IO Devices → DMX/MIDI/Keyboard Events'''.
:'''(B)''' Determin the trigger by selecting the respective tool: DMX, MIDI, Keyboard, Timer or TUIO (also Wii running Windows).
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2. Determine the trigger by selecting the respective tool: DMX, MIDI, Keyboard, Timer or TUIO (also Wii running Windows). '''(B)'''
  
:'''(C)''' Create an event with the '+' button.
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3. Create an event with the '+' button. '''(C)'''
  
:'''(D)''' Activate an event.
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4. Activate an event. '''(D)'''
  
:'''(E)''' Specify the various event settings (receiver / event type / time / value).
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5. Specify the various event settings (receiver / event type / time / value). '''(E)'''
  
  
 
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Revision as of 15:22, 27 March 2019

MXWENDLER enables you to trigger a whole series of events and animations with a keystroke, or a MIDI/DMX event. All events work according to the same principle: a trigger activates an event, which sends a specific value to a receiver at a specific time.


Events are managed in the IO devices settings:

1. Open 'DMX/MIDI/Keyboard Events' in the settings: (A)

Menu: Settings → IO Devices → DMX/MIDI/Keyboard Events.

2. Determine the trigger by selecting the respective tool: DMX, MIDI, Keyboard, Timer or TUIO (also Wii running Windows). (B)

3. Create an event with the '+' button. (C)

4. Activate an event. (D)

5. Specify the various event settings (receiver / event type / time / value). (E)


Events 1.png