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4. The Rehearsal In and Rehearsal Out positions are represented in the cells as yellow bars. '''(C)'''
 
4. The Rehearsal In and Rehearsal Out positions are represented in the cells as yellow bars. '''(C)'''
 
  
 
The modifications become active in the rehearsal mode as soon as the cue/the playlist is played back again.
 
The modifications become active in the rehearsal mode as soon as the cue/the playlist is played back again.
 
  
 
''Tip: when switching between the two modes the playback has to be stopped. Otherwise, it can happen that the rehearsal modifications will be taken over into the playlist.''
 
''Tip: when switching between the two modes the playback has to be stopped. Otherwise, it can happen that the rehearsal modifications will be taken over into the playlist.''
  
 
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Revision as of 16:56, 25 February 2020

For long clips, new key in and key out points can be set in the rehearsal mode. This is especially useful in theatres, where only single scenes have to be practiced again and again.


1. First, load the desired media files into the Preload and create a playlist.

2. Go to Playlist and activate the 'Rehearsal Mode' with a left-click. (A)

3. Define Rehearsal In and Rehearsal Out with ‘+’ / ‘-’. Double-click on the value to type it numerically. (B)

4. The Rehearsal In and Rehearsal Out positions are represented in the cells as yellow bars. (C)

The modifications become active in the rehearsal mode as soon as the cue/the playlist is played back again.

Tip: when switching between the two modes the playback has to be stopped. Otherwise, it can happen that the rehearsal modifications will be taken over into the playlist.

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