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Macro AutoRun with a ShotBox

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emdub
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Hi--I built a ShotBox that takes the switcher back to my default settings. Included in the ShotBox is a macro that controls an Orad TD Control. When I punch the ShotBox, the switcher does what it's supposed to do, but the Orad macro doesn't run. What am I doing wrong?

 

thanks,

dubs

dubs

RPalermo
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Do you have "Auto Run" turned on in the shotbox register?

 

Ross

emdub
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Yes. Actually, I just figured it out--I needed to build a macro timeline, not just a macro, if I have that correctly. Either way, it works now--thanks!

dubs

hosko
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as you have realised on a sony the shotbox runs snapshots or timeline effects. So if you want to run a macro you need to first make a macro timeline effect and then recall that from the shotbox. Or you can build the shotbox recall into a macro with anything else you need in the macro and use that to recall everything. The advantage of that is you can then attach the macro.

 

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