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2. Open the Playlist Creation Wizard. '''(B)'''
 
2. Open the Playlist Creation Wizard. '''(B)'''
  
3. Set 'Fade In' and 'Fade Out' as desired, in milliseconds. '''(C)'''
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3. Set Fade In and Fade Out as desired, in milliseconds. '''(C)'''
  
4. Set 'Loop Mode' from 'Oneshot' to 'Loop'. '''(D)'''
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4. Set Loop Mode from 'Oneshot' to 'Loop'. '''(D)'''
  
5. Set 'Fade Mode' to 'Manual Crossfade'. '''(E)'''
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5. Set Fade Mode to 'Manual Crossfade'. '''(E)'''
  
''Tip: Much like live media, images represent a special case for the Playlist because they have no defined duration. Like film clips, however, they are nevertheless given a frame length, meaning that ‘Loop’ mode must be activated in the playlist.''
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''Tip: Much like live media, images represent a special case for the Playlist because they have no defined duration. However just like film clips, they are nevertheless given a frame length, meaning that ‘Loop’ mode must be activated in the playlist.''
  
 
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7. The next image or clip can be played back with the ► Play button, with ►► SkipToNext the after next clip will be played back. The current clip is highlighted orange. '''(G)'''
 
7. The next image or clip can be played back with the ► Play button, with ►► SkipToNext the after next clip will be played back. The current clip is highlighted orange. '''(G)'''
  
8. 'Fade In' and 'Fade Out' can be set individually for each image in the menu below. '''(H)'''
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8. Fade In and Fade Out can be set individually for each image in the menu below. '''(H)'''
 
   
 
   
  
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7. Select and load the saved Keystone File: '''(G)'''
 
7. Select and load the saved Keystone File: '''(G)'''
:'''Double-Click on the top bar in the settings at the bottom of the screen → Open the saved Keystone File.'''
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:'''Double-Click on the top bar in the settings at the bottom of the screen → Open the saved Keystone File'''
  
 
''The correspondingly named keystone file will be loaded when the associated cue is activated.''
 
''The correspondingly named keystone file will be loaded when the associated cue is activated.''

Latest revision as of 17:45, 4 November 2019

In this tutorial, a playlist with images and changing of the keystone is created.

1. Load the Preload with all the images for the desired playlist. (A)

2. Open the Playlist Creation Wizard. (B)

3. Set Fade In and Fade Out as desired, in milliseconds. (C)

4. Set Loop Mode from 'Oneshot' to 'Loop'. (D)

5. Set Fade Mode to 'Manual Crossfade'. (E)

Tip: Much like live media, images represent a special case for the Playlist because they have no defined duration. However just like film clips, they are nevertheless given a frame length, meaning that ‘Loop’ mode must be activated in the playlist.

Plalyist Images changing Keystone 1.png

6. Open the Playlist Tab. Position and configure the clips. (F)

7. The next image or clip can be played back with the ► Play button, with ►► SkipToNext the after next clip will be played back. The current clip is highlighted orange. (G)

8. Fade In and Fade Out can be set individually for each image in the menu below. (H)


Tip: Images and live media can also be positioned in the Preloads, as well as assigned effects.

Plalyist Images changing Keystone 2.png


Inserting Keystones

1. Open the Keystone Tab. (A)

2. Open the Keystone Element Tab. To reach this tab a Keystone element has to be activated (the box turns yellow). (B)

3. The number of pivots can be set in the Element Tab. (C)

4. Use the pivots to adjust the output to the desired format. (D)

5. Save the keystone file: (E)

Menu: Keystone → Save Output Correction as..

Tip: A loading process begins when the keystone files are activated. A new file must be loaded to deactivate the loaded keystone file.

Plalyist Images changing Keystone 3.png

6. Select and activate in the playlist a row/column for the keystone. (F)

Right-Click into an empty cell → IO Commands → Load a Keystone File

7. Select and load the saved Keystone File: (G)

Double-Click on the top bar in the settings at the bottom of the screen → Open the saved Keystone File

The correspondingly named keystone file will be loaded when the associated cue is activated.

Tip: To delete the entry, open the file-selection dialog and press ‘Escape’.

Plalyist Images changing Keystone 4.png