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Bryan French

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Re: Midas Pro 2 scene question
« Reply #10 on: April 10, 2017, 06:26:19 pm »

Got it!

When you "save scene" in the new .show folder, it requires you to name it and doesn't use the name it already has. ::)

Yes!!! I like the Midas console, but find it difficult to explain its UI quirks to others. I'm glad you figured it out!
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Re: Midas Pro 2 scene question
« Reply #11 on: April 10, 2017, 06:46:53 pm »

So, for those of you watching at home, here is how you save a scene to another .show folder. Midas Pro 2

Go to files and select  A.show folder and load it.
Go to Automation and select your Scene and select Now.
You should have the scene of your choice active on the console.
Go to files and select  B.show folder and load it.
Go to Automation ... DO NOT select Now. You will see the .scene files from the B.show folder listed but not the current scene on the console. (no sweat...It's still active)
Select Store Scene. The name of the current scene on the console will not show(and therein is the bug ::)).You have to name it.
Select Store To Next Scene. Make sure you are not in Overwrite Scene!
You will now have the active scene you just named and  "imported" to the B.show folder and should be with all the other scenes from the B.show folder.
The active scene is still in play on the console and you can now select another scene when required.

Don't forget to Save (top left of screen) the current B.show file and you can re name it if desired.

Hope this makes sense.
« Last Edit: April 10, 2017, 06:54:34 pm by Keith Broughton »
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Re: Midas Pro 2 scene question
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