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Hi all i'm looking for the magic formula to do something in watchout i have a media in timeline moving in X only during 10s with a midi fader i want to slowdown or speedup the movement of that media. i need to start it normally with but as i need to follow an object on stage, moved by humans, i would like to be able to modify its speed manually with midi fader. Thks
Hi, I am tracking to use automation data coming from Creative Conners Spikemark to have a virtual display track a set piece flying in and out of the stage. The input data stream from Spikemark and tween formula is tracking nicely on the Y axis, so far so good. However, as the set piece moves either above or below the projector lens (188.5 on the Y axis), the Z axis needs to change as the set piece is moving further away in 3D space, so Z axis needs to be conditional on the value of Y. So, I think I’m looking for some help writing this expression. Will If / And / Else statements work? Something like If Y = >< 188.5 then z = y-1 else z=0 This is the first time I’ve tried to track a 3D object using automation data, and unfortunately there is little time for tweaking it. Does anyone have experience they can lend to help? Thank you, Jason Vaughan
I'm doing a museum install and I have a very simple timeline with 6 videos and one audio track, The museum would like to control certain functions with a cell phone through WATCHNET software and one piece of media in particular they would like to control is the volume of the only audio file being played. I know I need a give the audio tween a formula, but I'm not sure what is a formula for controlling the volume. I also need to create a slider on the WATCHNET computer to connect the volume. I have been reading the documentation and I cant find anything solid to help me with wording on a parameter for volume. Can you help me please?