another t & t clip about commands in Cues!
In this one we talk about how to use button executors to get more functions for your fader executors.
This might help you to get a different “playback- layout” of your dot2 and
maybe might give you some more ideas about what´s possible with commands in Cues.
Welcome to the fourth clip about commands in cues.
In this clip, we talk about how to put several commands into one cue.
We give an example by changing the main cuelist against an other one, by two commands in one Cue.
Here comes the third clip about commands in cues.
We followed some often heard user wishes with this one and
show you how to start several Executors on several pages by just one “go” command.
in this short dot2 tips & tricks Clip, we show the basics of how to use commands in cues.
This is the start of a little series of clips, inside our tipps & tricks videos,
regarding all kinds of commands in cues inside the dot2.
here we are with our 4th (and last) part of our little
tips + tricks series of Video Clips about the dot2 3D visualisation Software.
In this 4th part, we describe how to Import objects from other CAD programms.
We´re back! Finally!
After a long “LDI Show” and “dot2 road Show” break, here´s the thrid part of our little dot2 3D tips & tricks series of Video clips.
You asked us for camera movements and Video Clip playback – well here you are!
All the best and have fun,
Michael (Qincy) Strathmann
And here we are with the second Clip in our tips & tricks series about the Basics of the dot2 3D visualisation Software.
We talk about positioning and visualisation models.
Have fun Folks,
Michael “Qincy” Strathmann
after receiving a lot of wishes for a Basic introduction of dot2 3D,
we decided to do a Little “Special series” of tips and tricks Clips for our visualisation Software.
So sit down, lean back and watch relaxed what you can do with it!
For Installation and Connection to dot2 consoles or the dot2 onPC Software, please have a look into our t & t Clip No. 1.
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