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Hi all, 

I was playing around with my desk some more and I couldn't quite figure this out.

Is it possible and how would I do it to have one fader work as dimmer, one for the speed of a or all effects and one for the size of a or all effects.

When I say a or all I mean change the speed and size for a specific effect or set it up so it changes the speed and size for all effects IF available.

Thanks in advance

Mil

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Hi Mil,

There are a few options to do this. 

The simplest, is recording an effect to a playback, and in the playback settings enabling Fader Controls Effect. With fader controls effect, the fader will scale the fixture’s intensity, and the speed and size of the effect. If you wished, you could have the intensity of the fixtures controlled with a separate fader, so this fader is just the speed and size. 

If you wish to adjust the speed of the effect separately, you can do this with speed override. Speed override can be found on the second encoder wheel when you press Z/Shift, and can be used to speed up/slow down effects running on the currently viewed playback. To view a playback, press and hold VIEW and tap the playback button. 

Hope this helps,

Edward

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Hi Mil,

6 hours ago, lugamil said:

You say the fader will then control speed and size but how does that work?

The playback fader will scale the Speed and Size of the effect, from 0, at the bottom of the playback fader’s travel, to the programmed value at the top of the playback’s travel. 

For more information, see the article below...

http://support.zero88.com/1011405471

Hope this helps,

Edward

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