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  1. Hi, when I change the position of a corner by clicking on it and then moving it with the arrow keys, it is no longer possible to change the position by arrow keys. The selected corner stays white (selected). Is there a way to deselect the corner or is there an other way to get the position working with arrow keys again? Thanks, Merten(v.6.3.1)
  2. operaroma

    MIDI controller automation

    HI, I've connected a MIDI controller (Novation Zero SL MKII) to my production, I've assigned CC to some tween (scale, position ecc ...) and I can change values of this tween with the controller, but I can't make any automation. If i use the controller to make an automation, the watchout doesn't record the values of the keyframe. Thank you all
  3. I am currently working on a show that has multiple cues with corner tween points. They are all the same, so I can adjust one cue, then copy and paste the tween track to the other cues. What I am wondering is if there is a shortcut or quick method to do the paste on to multiple cues at once. So far, all I can find is the ability to paste to a single cue. For instance, with moving a cue there is a command under "Edit" that I can apply to multiple cues at once. I am looking for a similar function to use on tween tracks. As it currently stands, I will have to touch approximately 50 cues. Not impossible, but a bit time consuming. Any thoughts would be appreciated! Maybe I missed something obvious, but I can't find it. Steve
  4. Hi I'm finalising a show, but I have to change the colour on some of the solid objects I have in the show. My issue is not how to change the colour, but if it's possible to use RGB or HSV values? It have to be a perfect match to a defined colour, and it's almost impossible to change on the tiny tween wheel inside Watchout. So if anyone has a trick up their slevve, I will be happy Cheers Christian
  5. I have a number of images on stage with "More Effects and Capabilities" selected. I've also defined a few "Generic Input" to be used for tweening the properties of the images, such as (the variable names speak for themselves but I'll just add a short description of each): RotationY : for Rotation Y tween property ScaleX, ScaleY : for adjusting the X and Y of Scale property X, Y, Z : for adjusting the X, Y and Z position of the image Here's a screenshot of my stage: What I am trying to achieve is to be able to make the images flick to the left or right using external TCP control, using "setInput" command to be precise. So far, I am able to open up a socket and set the input variables from external program. Here's a short animation of what I am trying to achieve : https://s3.amazonaws.com/e-static/index.html What I am wondering and would like to know (from users who has done this before) is: 1. Is it possible make the image perspective tween from normal horizontal facing to diagonal facing with farther side shorter than the nearer side? 2. I am able to setInput from external program but I noticed a considerable delay that when WO is accepting multiple commands, it seems to add the commands to the a queue and parse them one by one. If the commands being sent is to animate the position and Rotation, then I suppose the queue would be long and the animation effect would be slow and abrupt. Consider this block of code that set the X position of the image: String command = ""; for (float i = 0; i <= 1; i += 0.05) { command += "setInput X " + i + "\n"; } myClient.write(command); myClient.write("setInput X 1\n"); Is there a way to improve this? 3. Are there any similar alternative to what I am trying to achieve? Thank you. Eddy
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