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difference between cue,override buttons,submasters

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difference between cue,override buttons,submasters

Post by dennisgamalej » December 12th, 2017, 9:23 am

Hey everyone.I am new to freestyler. I dont understand in freestyler what the difference is between cue,override buttons and submasters. Even with the manual i dont understand it. When to use which? Can someone help me pls. Thank you))

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Re: difference between cue,override buttons,submasters

Post by Partyman » December 12th, 2017, 10:17 pm

Every show is different and how Freestyler is used depends on your application. Override buttons will take over no matter what else is running (usually used for color, shutter, or static positions). An Override button will only run a single step cue, multi step sequences must be run in the cue window. Submasters and Cuelists are two different ways to launch your sequences and depending on your use you may prefer one over the other

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