Technique Print Samples - page 79

Deleting Cues
1. Select the
Cues
you want to delete by clicking in the
X
column of the
Cue List
. For
each
Cue
you select, a red checkmark appears next to it’s entry.
2. Click
Delete
.
3. A dialogue appears asking if you want to delete all selected
Cues
. Remember, all
Cues
marked with a red checkmark will be deleted.
4. Click
Yes
.
5. All marked
Cues
will be deleted.
Copying Cues
1. Several
Cues
can be copied at the same time. Select the
Cues
you want to copy by
clicking in the
X
column of the
Cue List
. For each
Cue
you select a red checkmark
will appear next to its entry.
2. Click
Copy
.
3. A dialogue appears asking for an offset timecode value. The value you enter will be
added to the timecodes of the copied
Cues
. If you enter a negative value the copies
will appear earlier in the
Cue List
than their originals.
4. Click
OK
.
5. The selected
Cues
will be copied to timecode points equal to the originals, plus the
offset value.
Editing Cues
1. You can edit an event after it has been inserted into the
Cue List
by clicking into
the column you want to edit.
2. Edit the timecode at which the
Cue
is triggered by clicking each of the hours,
minutes, seconds and frames fields and typing new values.
3. Edit the name of the
Cue
by clicking into the name column and typing a new
name.
4. Edit the
Cue Group
to which the
Cue
belongs by clicking into the
GP
column and
typing a number between one and eight.
5. Edit the
Event Type
that is triggered by the
Cue
by clicking into the
Event
column
and selecting one of the four event types from the drop-down list.
6. The parameters column varies according to the event type of each
Cue
.
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