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Malvern
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2 questions

1 how do I edit an effect I ve got 4 moving heads 3 of them in white one gone rogue in yellow the effect is circle. Every time I update the fader it goes back to yellow..

 

2 I've got a sub fader  with 2 cues with moving heads going up on one cue and going down on the other. Working fine. on the main stack the cue is blue working fine. When I introduce the sub with the main stack all of a sudden pale blue appears. I've tried several times to get rid of the pale blue but again can't get rid. Hope this all makes sense

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Hi @Malvern

To best answer both of your questions, it may be easiest to see a copy of your show file. Please feel free to email us a copy to support@zero88.com, to allow us to help further. Please detail which fixture numbers, and which playback numbers you are referring to.

37 minutes ago, Malvern said:

1 how do I edit an effect I ve got 4 moving heads 3 of them in white one gone rogue in yellow the effect is circle. Every time I update the fader it goes back to yellow..

Presuming the effect is recorded on a playback fader, firstly raise the playback fader. Using the channel buttons, select the light that is yellow. Using the colour controls, set it back to white. Then tap UPDATE, and tap the playback's button below its fader, to store the updated colour information.

37 minutes ago, Malvern said:

2 I've got a sub fader  with 2 cues with moving heads going up on one cue and going down on the other. Working fine. on the main stack the cue is blue working fine. When I introduce the sub with the main stack all of a sudden pale blue appears. I've tried several times to get rid of the pale blue but again can't get rid. Hope this all makes sense

It sounds like these playbacks are not mixing how you want them to. This probably means there is information recorded in the cues that shouldn't be.

The video below explains in detail how you can mix playbacks together...

If you have any questions, please let us know.

Edward

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