How to program this?

SanderLSanderL Registered User
What i want:

Ledwash (RGBAW): Having the colour at any colour, recorded as scene`s. Then a step where the zoom goes tight, and the colour to white. Step 2 goes back to original colour, and zoom to original. I don`t want to program every color separate in a chase. Way to much work.

Spot (Colourwheel): Having the colour at any colour, recorded as scene`s. Then a step where the iris goes tight, an the colour to white. Step 2 goes back to original colour, and iris open. I don`t want to program every color separate in a chase. Way to much work.

Spot (colourwheel): Having the colour at any colour, recordes as scene`s. Then a step where the colourwheel goes 1 step back, and the dimmer closes. Step 2 is going back to the original colour, dimmer again at 100%. I don`t want to program every color separate in a chase. Way to much work.


Thank you all! :)

Comments

  • ChrisTallChrisTall Registered User, DL Beta
    edited March 2012
    I think you mean this...

    Create a cuelist.
    Cue 1 Tight and Colour
    Cue 2 nothing

    Go to Options and set as Cue Only.
  • SanderLSanderL Registered User
    edited March 2012
    Sort of. I have 12 fixtures each, but wanna have the open white's in 4 different steps, but each step have to be after the other.
  • jxgriffijxgriffi Registered User, DL Beta, Hog Beta
    edited March 2012
    Build the 4 groups you want...

    Solution #1
    Group 1 white / zoom 0
    Record 1
    Clear
    Group 2 white / zoom 0
    Record 2
    Clear
    Group 3 white / zoom 0
    Record 3
    Clear
    Group 4 white /zoom 0
    Record 4
    Clear

    Open Options - set as chase and set as CUE ONLY.

    Solution 2:
    Group 1 white / iris 0
    Record 1
    Clear
    Group 2 white / iris 0
    Record 2
    Clear
    Group 3 white / iris 0
    Record 3
    Clear
    Group 4 white /iris 0
    Record 4
    Clear

    Solution #3 is a little bit harder because you don't have a "specific" color to go to. If you want to just have the dimmer close, see the above examples. I'll have to think about that one a little bit longer.

    Done.
  • Hugovd89Hugovd89 Registered User
    edited March 2012
    For 3

    You could try to use a "Mark-off" effect on the colourwheel, Chose a correct size at which the colour wheel goes back 1 step at every colour.

    And then try to get the effect stuck (paused) at that value by using the speed and length parameters.

    And include this in a cuelist (chase) as discribed by jxgriffi.


    If this doesn't work I would record a macro to quickly build it for all seperate colours.
  • SanderLSanderL Registered User
    edited March 2012
    Thanks to all! I will try it tomorrow, see if it works :)
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