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Ok so I have a couple of questions to ask regarding effects on playbacks. It's been a while since I've used the solution having just come off tour with an Avo desk anyway to cut a long story short I have to do a festival in two weeks time using a solution so I was wondering:

 

1. Is it possible to mix effects on playbacks so say I have a tilt effect on playback 1 and a pan effect on playback 2 if I use both those faders would they mix effects or would one take over from the other?

2. Is it possible for a playback to control the size of effect?

3 Is there anyway of pixel mapping with the solution or if not is this something you are going to implement in the future?

 

Thanks for any help

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Hello,

13 hours ago, ethan1997may said:

1. Is it possible to mix effects on playbacks so say I have a tilt effect on playback 1 and a pan effect on playback 2 if I use both those faders would they mix effects or would one take over from the other?

By default, these playbacks wouldn't mix - instead LTP rules would be used, so whichever playback you moved latest will be output. However, you can enable Fader Controls Effect on these playbacks. This will mean the fader will scale the Speed and Size of the effect, and so you would then be able to raise both faders to 50% for example, and have both Pan and Tilt movement. For more information on Fader Controls, see below...

http://support.zero88.com/1011405471

13 hours ago, ethan1997may said:

2. Is it possible for a playback to control the size of effect?

As I mentioned above, configuring Fader Controls Effect, will give you the ability to control the Speed and the Size of the effect using the playback's fader. If you just wish to control an effect's speed, you can use the Speed Override control. You can set any empty playback to be a Speed Override control, or you can use the dedicated pot for this next to the Master Playback. The Speed Override will give you control over the currently viewed playback, so press and hold MEMORIES and tap the playback you wish to view.

13 hours ago, ethan1997may said:

 3 Is there anyway of pixel mapping with the solution or if not is this something you are going to implement in the future?

There is no way of Pixel Mapping on Solution consoles - you just have the ability to use the on board effects engine. Pixel Mapping will be coming to FLX, not Solution.

Hope this helps, if you have any queries let me know.

Edward

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Hi there thank you very much for your reply it helped me out a lot. 

I do just have a few extra questions though

1. Is there a highlight function on here for when I am setting up my positions?

2. Is there a way to edit the clear button so that I can choose what it clears rather than it clearing everything to its home position?

3. Lastly how to I setup a fader as a master override speed control? 

Thanks for any help

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Hello,

2 minutes ago, ethan1997may said:

Hi there thank you very much for your reply it helped me out a lot. 

No problem!

2 minutes ago, ethan1997may said:

1. Is there a highlight function on here for when I am setting up my positions?

Yes, the shortcut for Highlight is SHIFT + HOME.

3 minutes ago, ethan1997may said:

 2. Is there a way to edit the clear button so that I can choose what it clears rather than it clearing everything to its home position?

Pressing the CLEAR button once will always clear any fixture selections, and a second press will clear any programmer data. If however you only want to clear the programmer of specific fixtures, you can use the Clear Fixture function. To access this function hold SETUP and tap INSERT. Using the drop-down menu, choose Clear Fixture. Now, pressing INSERT will clear the programmer of the currently selected fixtures.

5 minutes ago, ethan1997may said:

 3. Lastly how to I setup a fader as a master override speed control? 

To do this hold SETUP and tap an empty playback. From the options choose Speed Override, and click OK. This fader will now also control Speed Override, as well as the pot next to the Master Playback. If you tap SUBMASTERS, the external monitor will show you the fader's functionality.

Hope this helps, let us know if you have any other questions.

Edward

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