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    Default possibility ?

    Does anybody know if there is a possibility to schedule a SAC scene change (by a relative time schedule)?

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    Andrew,

    No, not in SAC itself.

    However, with the SAC/SAW combo, via the Control Track..."Yes"!

    Hope this helps?
    Last edited by mr_es335; 08-30-2023 at 08:14 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_es335 View Post
    Andrew,

    No, not in SAC itself.

    However, with the SAC/SAW combo, via the Control Track..."Yes"!

    Hope this helps?
    show how ?

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    Andrew,

    SawStudio User Manual, page 148, 13.2.1 Built-In Cmds Button...

    "The Cue Location / Wait For Time option allows you to place a Cue mark and designate a Wait For Time value in 24 hour time format. When this Control Track Entry is activated, the system stops and displays a message window showing the wait for time value and the current time value. The current time continues to update until the wait for time is reached. At that point, the system starts playback, or SRP playback if record meters are active. If you have the SRP/Record Latch turned on, then the system will begin recording immediately. If instead, you mark an area on the MultiTrack, recording will auto punch in and out. Using this feature, you can designate a defined length recording, and then stop the system with a Control Track Stop command at the end of the Marked Area. You may cancel the wait for time feature when the time window is displayed and counting by pressing the [Esc] key."

    So, the premise here is...in SawStudio, Control Track...

    SacLink Recall Scene By Name
    The Cue Location / Wait For Time
    SacLink Recall Scene By Name

    PS: I have tested the above and the command works as noted. However, I was later to discover that what I was actually requiring was to be able pause a scene for an indefinite period of time...thus I employed the Stop Playback / Cue Next
    command instead.

    Hope this helps?

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