Thanks for pumpin' out some video tutorials, just wondering if you could explain how the follow spot function works since the manual didn't really cover it. If it did, then I probably missed it.
Also I'm always curious to see how people like to program their scenes since there are many ways to skin a cat when it comes to DMX control. For instance, the Priority options are fun for messing with chase effects. I would like to see people on this forum maybe share some tips n tricks. I have made switches for my par cans that add a white chase to a scene and others where lowest takes priority for a fade or black effect depending on the dimmer setting on the switch. So sometimes I combine two of these switches with my main color scene. I'm wondering if there is a similar way to use this idea on moving light switches. So maybe have a movement like a circle happening but then say I wanted to shift this circle movement left and right can this be done similarly using a priority option? How can I make these more complex movements with multiple switches rather than actually preprogramming these movements?
There may or may not be a simple answer but I figured it may be possible, or you all may have better ideas because I seem to need a little more schooled thought on moving scenes. I got sucked into this hobby, never really had any formal training. Getting better, that's for sure as time goes on.