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Timeline looping

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User offline. Last seen 1 year 25 weeks ago. Offline
Joined: 4 Sep 2005

Hi there,

Is there any way of looping a timelne on the K Frame?


Bob Ennis
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Joined: 24 Aug 2005

Another thing you could try is to build your timeline into one effect, then COPY that effect to another effect.  Now build the sequence between the 2 registers (Learn SEQ - 1, 2, 1).  Turn on Auto Run & start the sequence.  

Bob Ennis

Rory Ward
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Joined: 27 Mar 2015

There isn't any way to do this unfortunately, however here is a workaround that might work for you.


Instead of building a timeline, Learn a number of single Emems instead. You probably want these Emems to transition from one to the next, not "cut", so Learn them as "Eff Diss" Emems. Still with me? Good! Now, Learn a Sequence of these Emems, and make the sequence end with the same Emem that it began with - so for example, make the sequence go as follows:


Emem 1; Emem 2; Emem 3; Emem 4; Emem 5; Emem 1


When you recall Emem 1, the switcher will automatically initiate the looping sequence of Emems. 

Mike Lacey
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Joined: 17 May 2006

I have never had to do that.....

But what about inserting a "run" macro into the time line?