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2015 December 10, 12:46:02
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saftlatte

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Hi everybody,

I want to control the color of a group of LED PARcans manualy with the BCF2000. I tried to make several cues for each color and linked it to several fader. So far it works, I can fade in and out the color, but when I for example have faded in Red and fade then Blue in Red will be set to zero, also the Red-Fader is still on max.

How can I program a cue that only acts on one color channel without changing the outher channels? It should work as if I would operate with the manual setting faders down right on the monitor.

Any kind of solution?

THX
Olaf

2015 December 10, 14:59:39
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Julien Levaufre

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if , when you record you color cue, you moove only 1 color, only this color will be controled by your playback fader.
Julien Levaufre
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2015 December 10, 18:47:14
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saftlatte

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Thats what I did, but the other color will go to 0 when I move any fader. As I have seen in the shows xml file it is always one argument for all colors. So it is for example ( 8 fixtures / green) :

- <cuelist label="Green" loop="true" chase="false" release_time="00-00-00-00">
- <targets>
  <target>fixture02</target>
  <target>fixture03</target>
  <target>fixture04</target>
  <target>fixture05</target>
  <target>fixture09</target>
  <target>fixture08</target>
  <target>fixture07</target>
  <target>fixture06</target>
  </targets>
- <cues>
- <cue condition="Halt" wait="00-00-00-00" delay="00-00-00-00" fade_in="00-00-00-00" fade_out="00-00-00-00">
- <stream>
- <change attribute="Colour RGB">
  <argument type="Colour">rgbaw00FF000000</argument> //  ??? Will set the other channels to 0
  </change>
  </stream>
- <stream>
- <change attribute="Colour RGB">
  <argument type="Colour">rgbaw00FF000000</argument>
  </change>
  </stream>
- <stream>
- <change attribute="Colour RGB">
  <argument type="Colour">rgbaw00FF000000</argument>
  </change>
  </stream>
- <stream>
- <change attribute="Colour RGB">
  <argument type="Colour">rgbaw00FF000000</argument>
  </change>
  </stream>
- <stream>
- <change attribute="Colour RGB">
  <argument type="Colour">rgbaw00FF000000</argument>
  </change>
  </stream>
- <stream>
- <change attribute="Colour RGB">
  <argument type="Colour">rgbaw00FF000000</argument>
  </change>
  </stream>
- <stream>
- <change attribute="Colour RGB">
  <argument type="Colour">rgbaw00FF000000</argument>
  </change>
  </stream>
- <stream>
- <change attribute="Colour RGB">
  <argument type="Colour">rgbaw00FF000000</argument>
  </change>
  </stream>
  </cue>
  </cues>
  </cuelist>

Is there an argument to change only one color channel ? I could change that manualy.
« Last Edit: 2015 December 10, 18:51:27 by saftlatte »

2015 December 10, 18:56:04
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saftlatte

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Ok, solved! I had to set colormix to HTP in options.

Thanks.

 

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