When you store a group by tapping the screen or by typing a specific number, then you are presented with a small pop-up that you can press to immediately name the group. Pressing it opens the Enter Name for window. Here you type any name you want. You can also at this point just begin to type on an external keyboard. This will also open the Enter Name for window.
If you already have a group and you need to name it or rename it, then you can press the Label key and then select the group you want to label. This also opens the Enter Name for window.
When you need to use the group all you need to select it.
If your group have a unique name, then you have another option. You can press the command line and tap "g" (short for group), space and then the name of the group followed by enter - this might be faster on an external keyboard.
グループのコピーを作成できます。 You'll then create a new group that have the exact same selection as the source group (the way it looks when you did the copy). If you then change the group, the copy will not change.
If you select more than one group and then copy to a new location then you will create several copies at the same time.
To move a group you basically needs to do the same as when you copy it.
Again you can move several groups at the same time.
If you move a group to a location that already have a group then the two groups will swap position.
If you copy a group (using the above mentions copy method) to a location that already have a group, then you are given the option to Overwrite, Merge or Cancel the operation. Selecting Merge will merge the selection of the two groups into one. Overwrite will delete the content of the group at the destination location.
エクゼキュータ・フェーダにグループマスターを作成できます。 These can be used to limit the output of the fixtures stored on the group master. The limit works proportional. Meaning that if you have a group master at 100% with your fixture at 50% and you then turn the master down to 50%, then your fixture will output 25%. If a fixture is limited by one group master, then this will limit the output no matter if it's turned up by a different group master. It's a lowest takes precedence principle.