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This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.
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== Introduction==
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The Runtime Counter helps to keep track of the length of a show or of a part of it. '''(A)''' <br>
 
The Runtime Counter helps to keep track of the length of a show or of a part of it. '''(A)''' <br>
 
It is possible to reset the counter automatically from the playlist, using the Reset Counter function.
 
It is possible to reset the counter automatically from the playlist, using the Reset Counter function.
 
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==Steps==
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1. Go to Playlist and right-click on an empty cell to open the context menu.
 
1. Go to Playlist and right-click on an empty cell to open the context menu.
  

Latest revision as of 12:16, 25 March 2020

This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.

Introduction

The Runtime Counter helps to keep track of the length of a show or of a part of it. (A)
It is possible to reset the counter automatically from the playlist, using the Reset Counter function.

Steps

1. Go to Playlist and right-click on an empty cell to open the context menu.

2. Select Reset Counter from the Input/Output sub-menu. (B)

3. Play through the playlist until the Reset Counter is activated.

Check the Runtime Counter on top of the Render window, it should be set to 0 when the cue is activated.


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