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Introducing Macro Maestro

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saveglamis wrote:

Radio button = Geek term for the little circle next to the object you want to select.


The 'radio buttons' refer to an old radio frequency selector button. On those mechanical devices you could only select one station. All other buttons would pop out when you pressed any in. This is used when options all exclude each other.

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Am I missing something or just being stoooopid right now.:D How do you select the colors that these macros are using?

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In the case of these macro's, they would only use the first RGB channel for the CCR and that channel would be used to set the color for the effect.

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I'm trying to use Macro and I'm just not getting it.

I read though the manual and all the post and doing exactly what it say, but nothing is working for me. I must missed a step?

As a test, I used the setting on the Macro Maestro. Click the export button and save it. Then click on Load from clipboard and picked the file. It shows on the left side. I check the clipboard and then paste to channel 151. The pic is what showed up. A few cells pasted on Ch 152, 153 & 154. So now what? Do I fill in all channels 1- 151 with the colors I want? Tried it and nothing happen except it changed color....no chasing effect.


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Cracker wrote:

I'm trying to use Macro and I'm just not getting it.

I read though the manual and all the post and doing exactly what it say, but nothing is working for me. I must missed a step?

As a test, I used the setting on the Macro Maestro. Click the export button and save it. Then click on Load from clipboard and picked the file. It shows on the left side. I check the clipboard and then paste to channel 151. The pic is what showed up. A few cells pasted on Ch 152, 153 & 154. So now what? Do I fill in all channels 1- 151 with the colors I want? Tried it and nothing happen except it changed color....no chasing effect.


I am wondering the same thing.
How do we paste it into the sequence?
I know how to use the clip board
I can't get it to do anything in the sequence..

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MM just gives you a tiny snip of the macro channels. You must put a color in RGB channel 1. Also you should use the paste multiple option to extend the effect out for as long as you need.

Suggestion. Use two different tracks for your CCRs. I use a track for the 50 RBGs without the macro channels. And also a track for the first RGB and the 7 macro channels. This way the color you want for your macro is immediately above the macro channels.


This week I looked back at the download stats and found MM has been downloaded over 600 times. 60-100 a month.

Limited time. Samples here.
A macro sequence and a regular with audio.
http://itsmebob.com/Christmas/2010/BobOccrSamples.zip

These are big and complicated. You can cut and paste the ccr channels into your new sequence.

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Thanks ItsMeBobO

I will take a look tonight.

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I haven't played around with it much yet, but it downloaded fine, opened fine, and seems to function fine.

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