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MVS 8000 GPI Output GPI timelines

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breagles
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The GPI timeline refers to GPI Outputs plugged into the SCU and the DCU.  Is it possible to include the GPI outputs of the switcher itself to the GPI timeline?  The MVS8000 frame has 8 GPI outputs that i would like to use in a GPI timeline.

breagles
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Thanks guys, I got what I want working.  I ended up figuring out why the DCU GPI out ports weren't firing.  They were all set up as tally.  Once I realized they needed to be mapped as GPI outputs, everything else fell into place.  Thanks Bob for replying to me directly.  

hosko
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A bit of a cludge but should work, add a test fire gpi to the utilitybox, create a macro that presses that button, add a macro timeline.

breagles
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What is the simplest way to add a test fire gpi to the utilitybox ?  We are running an old version 5 software.  The macro to execute the utilitybox register is easy.

Bob Ennis
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Use a menu macro & press the Test Fire while you are recording the menu macro.  Then create a regular macro...use the off line edit to trigger the menu macro.  Then you can program the regular macro in a timeline or assign the macro to a utility button.

Bob Ennis

breagles
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Thanks guys, I got what I want working.  I ended up figuring out why the DCU GPI out ports weren't firing.  They were all set up as tally.  Once I realized they needed to be mapped as GPI outputs, everything else fell into place.  Thanks Bob for replying to me directly.