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Fader to control the FX speed

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Hi Guys,

Does anyone know how I can use the fader, to control the speed of a moving head moment using Figure of 8 effect?

Here is my process:

  1. Group > Select my moving heads > intensity at 100%
  2. Effect > Figure of 8 > Random Offset (default speed E6 20)
  3. Rec > All attributes to Fader 1
  4. Playback mode > Setup + Fader 1 > Fader Control set to Effect

When I slide the fader only the intensity is activated, how can I control the speed instead please?



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Hi Dan,

The process you describe there, should result in the fader both scaling intensity, and the effect speed/size or your lighting state. From your description you have said record "All Attributes". Did you manually tag all parameters in the Record Options pop up? Did you do a Record all/Snapshot (SHIFT + RECORD)?

If you disable Fader controls Effect, does the effect run as expected, or has this been lost?

Your other option on controlling the effect speed with a fader, is to use Speed Override. This control can be found under the Z key on the second encoder,  but can also be setup on any empty Playback. This will then control the speed of the currently viewed playback.

Hope that helps, any queries let me know.


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