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Cues created from Playback . . . referencing query


Zulu
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Hi, All

I've got a FLXS24.
I have created a cue-stack on the Master playback, largely from scenes I had previously created on other playbacks:

  • Create scene in non-master playback
  • Recall and output that scene from the non-master playback
  • With the Master Playback Fader down, record to Master Playback as the next Cue.

I now want to edit one of the resultant cues in the Master Playback

Question: Can I do this as normal "update" in the Master Playback Cue, or it it linked somehow to the playback the cue was created from? Or any other Master Playback cue that uses the non-master playback?  (I'm looking to reduce, not increase, certain levels)

many thanks, Zulu

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Hi @Zulu

31 minutes ago, Zulu said:

Question: Can I do this as normal "update" in the Master Playback Cue, or it it linked somehow to the playback the cue was created from? Or any other Master Playback cue that uses the non-master playback?  (I'm looking to reduce, not increase, certain levels)

If you output a cue from a playback, and then record this as a new cue in a different playback, the newly recorded cue does not reference the original cue. 

Therefore, if you want to update one of the cues in the Master Playback, you can update it in the same way as any cue. To do this, output the cue you wish to edit, with no other playbacks active. Then use the channel faders/fixture controls to make your changes, tap UPDATE, and then tap your Master Playback's GO button.

The cue will then be updated, and will therefore be different to the cue you originally used to create the lighting state. The original cue is left unaffected.

Hope this helps.

Edward

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