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Old August 4th, 2009   #1
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Default capture & playback preset

Hi i'm currently implementing capture & playback preset capability unfortunately i think theres a couple of functions that could do with adding
1 the ability to delete a preset as currently there doesnt seem to be any way of doing this except for man specific pid
2 the ability to set the preset playback range so you can have lot of presets but only playback a small sequence of presets by setting the upper & lower preset numbers
hopefully this will give food for thought
many thanks
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Old August 4th, 2009   #2
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There are some additional PIDs relating to preset playback being discussed as part of E1.37 "Additional Message Sets for ANSI E1.20 (RDM)". I don't have the latest draft in front of me, but I believe it did include a "Delete Preset" PID.

I believe the intention of PRESET_PLAYBACK_ALL is to basically serve as a "Go internal sequence" for the responder. There was some discussion of adding more sophisticated control over sequencing, but it quickly became clear you'd have to reimplement an entire lighting controller to meet everyone's needs.
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