One option in this menu bears explanation early on – Snapshot.  When you choose Snapshot as the macro’s ‘speed’, you essentially force it to jump to its end result as fast as the system can get there. Snapshot mode is very useful for macros that configure TriCaster to a particular state.

One example would be when you want to instantly reconfigure M/Es with different virtual sets for a scene change; or perhaps you want to quickly disable LiveMatte for all Media Players at once.  The possibilities are endless.

Hint: You can record a macro that includes other macros.  Depending on your order of operations, you may need to re-highlight the newly recorded macro in the list to show its Stop control (to end macro recording).



Section 16.1.1

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