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This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.
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== Introduction==
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In this tutorial, an autostart showfile is created that opens MXWendler and launches a specific MXWendler project and triggers a video for playback automatically.
 
In this tutorial, an autostart showfile is created that opens MXWendler and launches a specific MXWendler project and triggers a video for playback automatically.
 
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1. Load some Media into Preload and create a Playlist from the Preloads.  
 
1. Load some Media into Preload and create a Playlist from the Preloads.  
  

Latest revision as of 17:32, 24 March 2020

This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.

Introduction

In this tutorial, an autostart showfile is created that opens MXWendler and launches a specific MXWendler project and triggers a video for playback automatically.

Steps

1. Load some Media into Preload and create a Playlist from the Preloads.

2. Setup the Output Correction.

3. Setup Keyboard/DMX/Midi Input and Output.

4. Go to File/Save as.. in Menubar and select a name and destination.

5. Go to Settings/Windows Misc.

6. Go to Startup Actions. (A)

Autostart.PNG

7. Select file “On Start, load Showfile..”

8. Browse to any .mxw file. (B)

9. Type in any Command that is triggering/starting your playlist. (C)

Tip: You can start Stagedesigner/FXServer and run your Show directly by double-clicking .mxw file from within your Finder/Explorer.

Autostart Startup.PNG