The sheet can display a value tracking section.
In this section, all the stored attribute values are displayed.
This can be a very handy tool to see the flow of an attribute through the cues.
These values cannot be edited directly in the sheet.
Cues need to be stored or updated with new values.
This On/Off button toggles displaying the cue steps in the value tracking section.
This On/Off button toggles the value tracking part of the sheet.
This opens the sequence settings. Here it is possible to change different settings about the sequence. Read more in the Sequence Settings topic.
This On/Off button toggles the automatic scrolling function. This will scroll the cues to keep the active cue visible on the screen.
There are three different link types. This swipe button gives access to choosing the desired one. The options are:
The sheet displays the information from a specific sequence. The section is made in the Sequence Sheet Settings.
The sheet displays information from the selected sequence.
There is a sequence sheet setting that defines how the cue timing is displayed in the sheet.
The option is called Condensed Timing.
The cue fade and delay are actually four different times because there are both fade and delay for values fading in (or up) and for dimmer values fading down.
The condensed view shows this in two columns where the time can be separated by a slash (/).
The value on the left is the InFade.
the value on the right is the OutFade.
The list below shows the uncondensed timing columns.
詳しくは キュー・タイミング を参照してください。
Changing the value to Yes in this cell locks the cue from being edited.
If several parts of the same cue are to contain relative values for the same attributes, use Allow Duplicates to enable this function. This option allows "multi-line phasers".
There are five different trigger types. Editing this cell opens a small select pop-up
These are the different trigger options. They define what activates the cue:
The cue needs a Go command to trigger the cue.
The cue is triggered a set time after the previous cue is triggered. The time is set in the Trig Time column.
A follow cue is triggered when the previous is completely done with the cue Duration (which includes all individual timing).
This will trigger the cue using a sound as the trigger. It is possible to choose one of 22 different frequency areas in the Trig Sound column.
This will trigger the cue using the beats in the sound input. This can become useful with several cues being triggered by the BPM (beats per minute).
ここに保存された値は、Trig Type が Time の場合にのみ用いられます
This setting defines the sound used to trigger the cue when the Trig Type is sound.
The tracking distance sets how many cues a value should track.
If the cell is empty then it tracks until changed.
Read more about tracking distance in the What is Tracking topic.
This is the overall cue time transition time.
It is a combination of the longest fade time and any delays.
This is the time used with the Follow trigger.
The cell cannot be edited.
It always shows the complete transition time.
Synchronizes the fixtures of the phaser.
For example, if fixtures join the already running phaser, they will be synchronized with the fixtures already running.
If the property is enabled and the phase of the fixtures changes from one cue to the next, they will stay on track and morph into their new phase value.
If the option is disabled, the fixtures will take the direct way to their new position of the phase.
"Preset type" Fade:
Each preset type have columns called the name of the preset type followed by "Fade". This uses the cue in fade as a default. It can be changed to give all values in the preset type a different fade time. All fixtures with new values in this preset type will use this timing for the attributes in the preset type.
"Preset type" Delay:
Each preset type has columns called the name of the preset type followed by "Delay". This uses the cue in delay as a default. It can be changed to give all values in the preset type a different delay time. All fixtures with new values in this preset type will use this timing.