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== Introduction==
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In this tutorial, a composition with multiple layers is saved as a patch in the set.
 
In this tutorial, a composition with multiple layers is saved as a patch in the set.
 
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==Steps==
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1. First, load the media for the composition into the Preload.
 
1. First, load the media for the composition into the Preload.
  

Latest revision as of 17:33, 24 March 2020

This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.

Introduction

In this tutorial, a composition with multiple layers is saved as a patch in the set.

Steps

1. First, load the media for the composition into the Preload.

2. Activate the first layer in the Layermanager Preview. (A)

3. Switch the layer mode from Picture in Picture to Add. (B)

4. Set Scale to the desired size and position the layer. (C)

5. Associate a channel of the Spectrum Analyzer with TranslationY. (D)

Shift + left-click → Spectrum Analyzer (one channel) → drag&drop → TranslationY

6. Choose the Base and Range settings in the Expression Editor. (E)

Double-click on TranslationY to open the Expression Route.
Double-click on the Expression Route to open the Expression Editor.

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7. Select the second layer and switch the layer mode from Picture in Picture to Difference b/w. (F)

8. Select the third layer and switch the layer mode from Picture in Picture to Add. Before positioning, set the desired size using Scale. (G)

9. Associate a channel of the Spectrum Analyzer with Scale: (H)

Shift + left-click → Spectrum Analyzer (one channel) → drag&drop → Scale

10. Choose the Base and Range settings in the Expression Editor. (I)

Double-click on Scale to open the Expression Route.
Double-click on the Expression Route to open the Expression Editor.

11. Select Create Patch to save the composition. You can find the saved patch in the Set tab. (J)

Tip: Create Patch can also save a number of tracks in one go. To do this, select the desired quantity. The loading process will then begin from the active track when the patch is activated.

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