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The sole purpose of all of these filters is to view a subset of your
Mix
data, they perform no
editing tasks by themselves.
Put simply, the
Edit Mix List
contains all
Mix
data that:
a) occurs between the ranges of the
Range From/To
boxes,
b) occurs on channels selected in the
Channel View
filter,
c) is of event types selected in the
Mix Event
filter.
Once you have your
Edit Mix List
configured to your liking you can begin to edit the
events themselves.
The
Edit Mix List
allows you to create
Mix
events from scratch. This means, for example,
you can mute channel seven at five seconds by inserting a new
Mix
event. When the
Mix
is
replayed, channel seven will mute at five seconds just as if you recorded that action live
during a
Mix
pass.
To Insert a New Mix Event
1. To insert a new
Mix
event click
Insert
.
2. A dialogue appears allowing you to alter the new event parameters.
3. Enter the time at which the event is to occur by clicking into the hours, minutes,
seconds and frames fields of the
At Time
box and typing new values. The
Get Cue
and
Get Loc
buttons here operate in a similar fashion to the
Range
selection
buttons discussed earlier.
4. Select the
Channel
(s) you want the event to occur on by highlighting their names
in the
Channel Selection List
to the right of the dialogue.
5. Select the automated function you want to effect from the drop-down list in the
Event
section.
6. Finally, choose the state you want the automated function to switch to,
On
or
Off
,
by clicking the appropriate radio button beside the event type.
7. When you have adjusted all of the parameters click
Insert
. Your new event will be
inserted into the
Mix
.
8. If you want to cancel this procedure at any time click
Done
. The dialogue closes
without changing your
Mix
.
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