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Help with timing marks

Discussion in 'LightShow Pro (LSP)' started by cscool36, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. cscool36

    cscool36 Full Time Elf

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    Hi all,
    So I just starting my first real sequence and I used the mouse tap mode and tapped to the music with red timing marks. Programed most of my lights then done two macro and now it has put a lot of grey timing marks.
    I am trying to do a chase on my arches but it is using the grey timing marks for this and not the red as selected. Is there any way for using my red timing marks.
    Thanks
    Colin
     
  2. ԆцряєсϮ

    ԆцряєсϮ Senior Elf

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    The grey timing marks are system generated ones from your macros.
    If you have the timing highlights on (set to Red) then you should only be selecting the Red timing marks.
    How are you trying to do your chases?
    I find the best way to do them is the way Eddie does them in his video. (Shift and drag)
     
  3. crysv2001

    crysv2001 New Elf

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    W[/size][SIZE=78%]ould you please post the link to which video you are referring? I would like to understand more as well.[/SIZE]
     
  4. fasteddy

    fasteddy I have C.L.A.P Global Moderator Generous Elf

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    The timing marks are what has already been mentioned and they are automatically generated. I find the best way to sequence is to go over your sequence and start with the best based stuff first, once that is done then go back over the sequence and add the macro effects.

    I also use different coloured timing marks for different things.

    What I also do is I will hold the shift button down whilst selecting a cell and then this will allow you to select down to these grey system timing marks

    as far as which video Ruprect is talking about then I cant remember
     
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    mmulvenna Apprentice Elf

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    Check out the virtual classroom on the LSP site. There is a class on various copy paste methods.
     
  6. ԆцряєсϮ

    ԆцряєсϮ Senior Elf

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    Yeah sorry for that, it may not have been one of Eddies vids, it may have been Matts but it should be in one of the LSP site tutorial vids though
     

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