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Speed Control

Postby vancejr » Sat Jun 06, 2009 4:27 pm

When using a midi controller, is there a way to map the " Speed on " tab to a fader on my midi controller ... this would eliminate the need to actually have to interact with the computer and leave me solely with the midi trigger as the only interface needed. Currently using the M - Audio Trigger Finger unit.

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Postby Andre » Sat Jun 06, 2009 5:45 pm

I am pretty sure you cannot do that, as you cannot attach any sort of short cut to it.

Maybe you could use a utility that records and replays mouse movements and clicks and trigger that via MIDI. Obviously if the screen is not exactly the same as what it was when it was recorded then it would not work properly.
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Postby Andre » Mon Jun 29, 2009 6:09 pm

I am sure that there was a post that Vianney said this could be done.
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Postby vancejr » Mon Jun 29, 2009 7:39 pm

do you have the link handy ?

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Postby Andre » Mon Jun 29, 2009 8:50 pm

He did not mention how in the post but I have worked it out for the Behringer BCF2000 and assume it will work for other MIDI controllers.

I had to install the lastest USB/MIDI drivers from the behringer website for it to work.

Ensure that "Enable MIDI Input" is on in the "Options" menu.

On the "Live" page expand the scene you want "Speed Onl" on and then right click the scene and select "Speed On". Now right click scene and select "Speed Midi Link", click in the input box and then move the fader that you want to use. It should record the midi values in the box. Click the "OK" button.

All done, you should now be able to use that fader to control the speed of the scene. It works for me.
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Postby vastonsmith » Mon May 11, 2015 10:51 am

Hi Ade,

Thank you for doing those videos. very well made, I am sure they will be of great help to all those just starting out with DVC2.

I know they are aimed at users of the Ryger Footlight switch, but they do help


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