Is there an "on-lost-focus-command"

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RobAllon

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Is there an "on-lost-focus-command"

PostWed Mar 25, 2020 6:03 am

I created a macro for a pic-n-pic command. It works except for one thing. When I click on any other button, the second pic (the small box) does not go away. In other languages I have used, there is an on-lost-focus-command where I can tell it to click the "off" button the pic-n-pic menu. Is there some way for me to do this for my ATEM Mini?
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Re: Is there an "on-lost-focus-command"

PostWed Mar 25, 2020 5:16 pm

Hello Rob. There are a couple of things you can do. In your macro, make sure you enable the "Key" and "background" button when you turn on the DVE. Then using the Preset bus, select your next source. Hit Auto or Cut to perform the transition. The Key will turn off if it is on. You could create separate macros that would select a different image and drop the key at the same time. The ATEM Mini hardware does have a mode where selecting a new source will drop the key. This is configured in the ATEM setup application.

Regards, Gary
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