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Thanks again Edward and kgallen, 
actually the problem is that when I switch from one playback to another the moving head lights first go to home position 
and then go to the programmed cue. so when the current playback goes to 0 the lights remain in the same position and 
when the other cue is played back the lights do not move. I hope I was as understandable as possible.
I apologize for my English and I wish you all good. 
Thanks again

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On 5/28/2022 at 2:35 PM, kgallen said:

Hi Franco

Can we go back to the beginning and you list out what you want to do?

Hi kgallen

thank you for your interest, I would like to make sure that when I change playback the moving heads do not go to home position and then move to the cue in playback.

Thanks for all, best regards

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Hi @francocampo

54 minutes ago, francocampo said:

I would like to make sure that when I change playback the moving heads do not go to home position and then move to the cue in playback.

I believe disabling "Release On Lower" should achieve this behaviour.

If you raise a playback for the first time, the fixtures will move from their default values, to the values from the raised playback. If you lower the playback, with release on lower disabled, the fixture's intensity will lower, but their colour, beam and position information will remain.

Raising a second playback, will then move the fixture's values from the first playback, to the values of the second playback.

If you would like to prepare the fixture's colour, beam and position information, prior to raising the second playback's fader, you could configure the playback's button to be a go button, rather than flash, and tap the button to manually prepare your fixtures.

I hope this helps.

Edward

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