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I am going to make some cue lists with effects for my 8 spots. Just simple chases one way and the other and with 1/8, 1/4 and 1/2 plus a list with MH movements for my movers.

How do I program each cue so it only the effect (chase/movement) I am controlling?

Is it '"Fader control effect" I have to use, or.....? 

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Hello,

If you program your chaser effects as separate cues in a cue stack, enabling fader controls effect will adjust the speed, and the size of the intensity effect, as well as the intensity. You may want to set the intensity mixing to Latest Takes Precedence when using intensity effects, otherwise if the fixtures are up already from another playback, raising the chaser effect playback will have no affect.

Hope this helps,

Edward

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Mhh, I was mixing some wrong things together........ I don't want to use the fader to controll the speed and more for the effects.

I just want to make a cue only controlling the effects.

From the Record window will I have to select "Selected fixtures" (my 8 spots) "Tagged Parameters" and "Effect - Attributes"and then be able to only add the chases to other Playbacks controlling my 8 spots? 

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Hello,

To only store the intensity effect, turn the fixtures on, and then apply the effect. And ensure all other parameters are still in their defaults and not adjusted. Doing this will only tag intensity and effects. Then disable SmartTag from the Record Options window, and store your cue. 

Hope this helps,

Edward

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