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I use the "DMX IN" for various use and I am very happy with this
example : to extend the Submaster-layer/page
example : also to create some sort of master-dimmer for groups of fixtures (very useful !)

unfortunately it seems that a fader can only control intensity of a fixture (or a group of fixtures) but that its not possible to control other parameters (like pan or tilt or color etc)...

or say to control any choosen DMX channel via DMX-IN

is there a special reason that this is not available on the solution desk ??

if the double control (fader + wheel) is available for intensity it should not be very difficult to get other accesses by fader too (via DMX-IN)??

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Hi Ziglight,

 

Other parameters won't always default to 0% (pan and tilt for example), so this becomes quite a bit less user friendly than intensity.

 

The best way to do this would be to patch the fixtures in the normal way, and then record just Pan / Tilt / Colour onto a submaster (ensuring nothing else is 'tagged'). You can then change the "Submaster controls..." options within the submaster setup window to proportionally control that parameter.

 

Best regards

 

Jon

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You can then change the "Submaster controls..." options within the submaster setup window to proportionally control that parameter.

okey

thanks for these good suggestions !

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