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how do you change the moving speed live when the program is running?

I know you can change the time of a step, but then moves the moving head at the same speed. :?

 

 

greetz

yves

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If you are referring to being able to adjust the speed of a chase live, this is something we are looking at including in the next Frog software update.

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how do you change the moving speed live when the program is running?

I know you can change the time of a step, but then moves the moving head at the same speed.

 

What kind of moving head do you use ? - most of them have a movement speed option. push thru the other wheel groups of position search for Mspeed.

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Hi Yves,

to set an existing chase to Bass trigger, recall the depending Memory to the Frog Mais Display as Next. Then push the edit button. Now you´re able to set the chase to bass with the lowest button in the chase section of the Frog. Push this button several times till the Bass LED is lit.

 

Cheers

Sven

 

P.S.: You don´t need to run "red faced"!!! :wink:

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how do you put the chase on bass drive?

 

didn't know that you could do that. :oops:

 

For further info on Chase memories see the operating manual :wink:

Chase Modifiers - Page 4-2

Programming a Chase - Page 4-8

Modifying Chases - Pages 4-10 and 4-11

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I'll try it.

 

PS. I'm using movtec sl250, martin mac 500, mac 600 & martin 218

 

The movitec sl250, MAC 500 and MAC 600 have movement speed parameters which effect how the actual head moves. This parameter will probably be called "P/T Spd" or "Mov Spd" and be in the first position wheel group after Pan and Tilt.

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