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Saving a Title
1. When you
Save
a
Title
, it’s settings are overwritten with those currently set.
2. Select the
Title
you want to
Save
by clicking on it in the
Title
list.
3. Click
Update
.
4. A confirmation dialogue will ask you if you wish to overwrite the settings of the
stored
Title
.
5. Click
Yes
to
Save
the
Title
.
Note:
Remember, information stored at
Title
level is:
Title Info
,
Channel List
,
Notes
,
Cue
List
data,
Recall
data,
Snapshots
,
Fader Group
definitions,
Switch Group
definitions,
Status
Switc
h data,
Machine Control
data,
Virtual Dynamics
settings and
VFX
settings. All of these
will be replaced by the automation systems current settings when you update the
Title
file.
Saving As a New Title
1. “
Saving As”
a
Title
will create a new
Title
based on your current settings. This is
useful for preserving
Virtual Dynamics
settings or
Recall
information, for example.
2. Click
Save As
.
3. A new
Title
is created. Type a new name for the
Title
and press
Enter
.
4. The newly created
Title
contains a duplicate of all the information stored at
Title
level, i.e.
Title Info, Channel List, Notes, Cue List
data,
Recall
data,
Snapshots
,
Fader
Group
definitions,
Switch Group
definitions,
Status Switch
data,
Machine Control
data,
Virtual Dynamic
s
settings and
VFX
settings, but NO mixes.
Renaming an Existing Title
1. Select the
Title
you want to rename by clicking on it in the
Title
list.
2. Click
Rename
.
3. Type a new name for the
Title
and press
Enter
.
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