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r5dad  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2018 4:34:34 PM(UTC)
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I was wondering if I can create a few shortcuts that increase/decrease audio by a set amount, say +/- 5db or 10 (value) or whatnot.

I've tried a few of the functions, but they seem to set and not have logic capabilities.

Thoughts?

Jon
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2018 6:43:43 PM(UTC)
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A user left me this bit of information after I had gone looking for the same thing a while back. I have never implemented it, so if you get it to work, please post a followup and hopefully I can get it setup as well. It would be a huge help in my production. Hope it helps.



From User "Jairod"...

It is possible the audio fade, I do.
Only Vmix 17 creates this audio fade, other versions have failed

In the section triggers its INPUT, you should stringing depending on whether you want to transition IN or OUT transition.


TRIGGER-------------FUNCTION-----INPUT------DURATION---DELAY---VALUE
On transition OUT--Set volumen--your input----10--------------80--------100
On transition OUT--Set volumen--your input----10--------------80--------90
On transition OUT--Set volumen--your input----10--------------80--------80
On transition OUT--Set volumen--your input----10--------------80--------70
On transition OUT--Set volumen--your input----10--------------80--------60

- Change the values (DELAY) according to the speed of molten wishing
- Change the values (VALUE) that amount of volume they want to get off
- Add more to zero


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IceStream  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2018 7:36:33 PM(UTC)
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@ r5dad & Cpilcher

You can use a Shortcut to either raise or lower the volume in increments (similar to increasing or decreasing the score in a scoreboard XAML graphic)
Function: SetVolume
Value: +=5 (for example which represents 5% increase per button push but can be set anywhere between 0-100 depending on how many button pushes you want to do)
Similarly, for decrease
Value: -=5 (for a 5% decrease per button push)


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r5dad  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, November 28, 2018 4:55:10 AM(UTC)
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Wow, cleaning up and poking around on the forum I came across this thread. Sorry for the necro.

What I ended up doing in my application that remotely controls vmix is to setup effects with delays in between. It took me a while, but essentially I did the trigger suggestion from post #2, but in api function form. So I decrease by 5, pause 1, decrease by 5, pause 1, repeat about 10 times to ensure volume is all the way down.

Thanks for the help guys!

Jon
ebjorno  
#5 Posted : Thursday, December 6, 2018 6:04:56 AM(UTC)
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Hi, I have successfully used the Function=SetVolume&Input=1&Value=-=2, but the other one (Value=+=2) gives an error (invalid parameters). How is this possible? Is it a bug?
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