Assigne Pan & Tilt to my keyboard

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tototel
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Assigne Pan & Tilt to my keyboard

Post by tototel » Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:44 pm

Hello,

I'm a beginner in Sunlite.
I Would like to control the pan & tilt of my fixtures using my keyboard.
I don't find the best wway to do that.

Is Someone can help me ?

Thank's,
Thomas (France)

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Re: Assigne Pan & Tilt to my keyboard

Post by simonB » Fri Jan 28, 2011 4:45 pm

Hi Thomas

Why would you want to do this? Your keyboard has no faders or dials...

Do you want to increment the pan/tilt a few degrees each time you tap a button on your keyboard?
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Re: Assigne Pan & Tilt to my keyboard

Post by tototel » Fri Jan 28, 2011 5:06 pm

Yes, exactly.

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Re: Assigne Pan & Tilt to my keyboard

Post by simonB » Mon Jan 31, 2011 4:12 pm

This is not possible. The only way to achieve this would be to make a switch for each increment (so 255 switches if you want to increment 1 value at a time). Put these into a cycle then assign a keyboard shortcut to the previous and next buttons...but this is kind of stupid....

We're going to add a feature in the future where you can assign a keyboard shortcut to control the XY grid.
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Re: Assigne Pan & Tilt to my keyboard

Post by hsteppke » Tue Feb 01, 2011 2:35 pm

When you do work on the XY Grid then maybe consider the Fanning Effekt from the other post at the same place.
I belive it should be there below the grid ... like 2 input fields and 2 buttons to spread x or y between the two.

As if you would spred pan eg between eg -10 thru 10 on your grid it would to the job i belive.

Regards

Holger


P.S. Ride now i use to Encoders from a Midi Con which works nice :)

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