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Old 12-16-2007, 01:08 PM
TwoPort TwoPort is offline
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Default General Venue Automation Question - (Maybe dumb question)

(Buildup to the question)

Venue seems to have all the stuff that full board automation is made of. Motorized faders and everything else controlled by a computer! All that's needed is the "input capture" and "editing screens."

Venue / D-Show already deals with time code for snapshots. So....

(Now the question)

Is it foreseeable to fully control the Venue with "automation" vs. snap shots?

And all that's left to do (as though it's a simple task) is:
1. To create the input step recording paramaters in the D-Show software (I already have a name, it's D-Show 2.7) and a couple editing screens...
2. And reference it to time code. (It's as thought it's already done just by saying it.)

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