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Set Buttons: With the buttons, Patches can be played sequentially. From left to right: '''(D)'''
 
Set Buttons: With the buttons, Patches can be played sequentially. From left to right: '''(D)'''
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:Back to the beginning, Play, One step back, One step forward
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*[[Tutorial Creating Compositions (Sets and Patches)]]
 
*[[Tutorial Creating Compositions (Sets and Patches)]]

Revision as of 16:27, 15 January 2020

Patches are saved in a Set. Complete compositions with multiple layers, as well as all parameters and media information can be stored in Set in different Patches. With a single click, the full scene that is being played back can be saved into a Patch. This can be later retrieved individually, or as a sequence. Please notice for latency-free output that Patches are just ‘lightweight’, only the references but not the media itself will be loaded. (A)

Clicking on a Patch opens it for editing. DMX Value, Fade In time and Type and the title of the Patch can be edited here. (B)

IO Index: a patch can be triggered via a script, keyboard, DMX or Midi. Values and functions can be set in:

Settings → Input and Output → DMX/MIDI/Keyboard

See also:

Patches can be played, stopped and paused. (C)

Set Buttons: With the buttons, Patches can be played sequentially. From left to right: (D)

Back to the beginning, Play, One step back, One step forward

Also see:


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