Create Cues (Looping)

 
 

Explanation

Great for when someone is just shouting numbers at you.

The cue runs in a loop, so you can just keep pressing enter between numbers.

Click "End" on the dialog box to close.

Scripts

Copy the text to the right, and paste it into a script cue in your QLab workspace.

I recommend assigning it a hotkey, or I like to give each script cue a unique cue number using letters, and then trigger it from Bitfocus Companion.

Download QLab Workspace Here

--Create OSC  "Start and Autoload Next" Network Cues (for firing one QLab workspace from another)

--by Taylor Glad. Updated 7/10/21

tell application id "com.figure53.QLab.4" to tell front workspace

repeat

display dialog "What cue number for the QLab OSC Message?" default answer "" with title "QLab OSC Cue" with icon 1 buttons {"End", "Make"} default button "Make"
if button returned of result = "Make" then
set oscQ to (text returned of result) as string
make type "Network"
set selectedQ to last item of (selected as list)
set the patch of selectedQ to 1 --put your default patch for the device here**
set the osc message type of selectedQ to custom
set the custom message of selectedQ to ("/cue/" & oscQ & "/startAndAutoloadNext")
else
return
end if
end repeat
end tell

--Create OSC ETC Eos Messages Network Cues

--by Taylor Glad. Updated 7/10/21

 

tell application id "com.figure53.QLab.4" to tell front workspace

repeat

display dialog "What cue number for the Eos OSC message?" default answer "" with title "Eos OSC Cue" with icon 1 buttons {"End", "Make"} default button "Make"

if button returned of result = "Make" then

set EOSQ to (text returned of result) as string

make type "Network"

set selectedQ to last item of (selected as list)

set the patch of selectedQ to 1 --put your default patch for the device here**

set the osc message type of selectedQ to custom

set the custom message of selectedQ to ("/eos/cue/" & EOSQ & "/fire")

else

return

end if

end repeat

end tell