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Continuamos nuestra serie de tutoriales dedicados al sintaxis del sistema MA2, compartidos desde la página web ATC Lighting, Hoy veremos el objeto Remote Input.

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Assign Remote x /enabled /CLI
x = remote type

  • 1 = “AnalogRemotes”
  • 2 = “MidiRemotes”
  • 3 = “DMXRemotes”
  • /enabled = on -OR- off
  • /CLI = on -OR- off

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Assign Remote x.y /name /type /page /exec /button /keycode /cmd /info /input /note /channel /dmx
y = remote #

  • /name = “name of remote” (i.e. “Runs Macro 1” or “Main Cuelist Go”)
  • /type =
    • none
    • exec
      • /page = pagenumber -OR- “current page on master”
      • /executor = execnumber
      • /button =
        • “Button 1” (or 0)
        • “Button 2” (or 1)
        • “Button 3” (or 2)
        • “Fader” (or 3)
    • cmd
      • /cmd = “type command here”
    • hardkey
      • /keycode = # (#=position in list of keycodes; 0=none)
    • programmer (DMX remotes only)
  • /info = “info”
  • /input = 1-64 (Analog Remotes only)
  • /note = 0..1023 – Solo puede recibir 0-127 en una sola consola, pero use la columna Midi Offset en MA Network Configuration para convertir 0-127 a notas más altas. (Solo mandos a distancia Midi)
  • /channel = 1-16 -OR- “all” (Solo mandos a distancia Midi)
  • /dmx = universe.address (Solo mandos a distancia DMX)

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