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I have a figure of 8 movement effect on a MFF, with the fader controlling the amount of effect  On another MFF I have the new Blue sparkle effect with the fader controlling the amount of effect. 

When I have the figure of 8 running and introduce the Blue sparkle the fixtures stop moving. I'm thinking its not a HTP or LTP  issue as I don't want either MFF to have priority I want them to control 2 effects independently. Can I do this?

Chris

 

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Hi Chris,

At the point of recording the Colour Effect, the fixture's position parameters must have been tagged.

For example after recording your position effect, if you select your fixtures and tap HOME, then apply your colour effect, and then record this to a playback, all parameters including position will have been tagged. Therefore the fixtures will go back home when the playback is raised. Whereas if you select your fixtures and type @@ (or any other method to control just intensity), then apply the colour effect, only intensity and colour will be tagged in that playback. You can therefore layer the position and colour effects across the same fixtures.

Hope this helps,

Edward

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