Configuring ShuttlePRO V2 with VEGAS PRO 16!

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john-brown wrote on 6/3/2019, 3:34 PM

@Grazie @Kinvermark

Let me know if you understand my tutorial. I did it a bit too fast, I think. Normally, I script them.

 

Kinvermark wrote on 6/3/2019, 4:01 PM

Good job. Easy to understand. Not too fast - but then I already had a fair idea how to do this :)

Thanks!

Grazie wrote on 6/3/2019, 4:29 PM

@john-brown - Thank you! So THAT'S what switch Settings means and what it can give me. Really appreciate you doing that video for me/us.

john-brown wrote on 6/3/2019, 5:06 PM

@Grazie @Kinvermark

Thanks for the comments.

I think I'll fix up the video a bit. I forgot to mention that the reason 2 or more configuration settings show up in the task bar button is because they have the same target application. The Switch Settings is only needed if you want a button to be able to make the switch. Otherwise, you have to click on the ShuttlePro button in the task bar and make a selection. I found that when I had 4 settings, I would usually get lost so I would check the list and select from there. With 3, I usually know where I am, so the button is the fastest way to switch.

Grazie, I bought this a year ago after reading a comment that you made about having to pry the ShuttlePro from your cold, dead hands, or something like that.

 

Grazie wrote on 6/3/2019, 5:26 PM

 

Grazie, I bought this a year ago after reading a comment that you made about having to pry the ShuttlePro from your cold, dead hands, or something like that.

@john-brown - Well, was I right or was I right?? I’ve resurrected my “L J” cuts MACRO. Needs another tweak.....

aboammar wrote on 6/9/2019, 10:29 PM

@Grazie @Kinvermark

Let me know if you understand my tutorial. I did it a bit too fast, I think. Normally, I script them.

 

WOW @john-brown  That is amazing! Thank you very much for the video 👍👍👍

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aboammar wrote on 6/9/2019, 11:19 PM

Is there a way to record a macro? Or is there a way in Vegas Pro to create new shortcuts for functions that does not have shortcut like the Insert Empty Event?

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Display: 23.6" UHD 4K

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GPU: nVidia Quadro M2000M 4GB

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aboammar wrote on 6/9/2019, 11:21 PM

 

Grazie, I bought this a year ago after reading a comment that you made about having to pry the ShuttlePro from your cold, dead hands, or something like that.

@john-brown - Well, was I right or was I right?? I’ve resurrected my “L J” cuts MACRO. Needs another tweak.....

Would you share your L J cuts macro, or how to create it?

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OS: Windows 10 Pro 64bit

Display: 23.6" UHD 4K

CPU: Xeon E3-1270 v5  quad-core @ 3.60GHz, 8MB cache, up to 4GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology

GPU: nVidia Quadro M2000M 4GB

RAM: 32GB DDR4 2133MHz ECC memory

System Drive: 1TB M.2 (2500MB/s)

Working Drive: 1TB M.2 (2500MB/s)

Storage Drive: 3GB SSD (500MB/s)

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Grazie wrote on 6/9/2019, 11:36 PM

Is there a way to record a macro? Or is there a way in Vegas Pro to create new shortcuts for functions that does not have shortcut like the Insert Empty Event?

@aboammar - No, you can’t record a MACRO. In CSP, for MACRO creation, you have to carefully enter line-by-line.Try it yourself.

aboammar wrote on 6/12/2019, 5:08 PM

Is there a way to record a macro? Or is there a way in Vegas Pro to create new shortcuts for functions that does not have shortcut like the Insert Empty Event?

@aboammar - No, you can’t record a MACRO. In CSP, for MACRO creation, you have to carefully enter line-by-line.Try it yourself.


@Grazie But how to select Vegas Pro functions that do not have keyboard shortcuts?

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GPU: nVidia Quadro M2000M 4GB

RAM: 32GB DDR4 2133MHz ECC memory

System Drive: 1TB M.2 (2500MB/s)

Working Drive: 1TB M.2 (2500MB/s)

Storage Drive: 3GB SSD (500MB/s)

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Grazie wrote on 6/13/2019, 12:53 AM

@Grazie But how to select Vegas Pro functions that do not have keyboard shortcuts?

@aboammar - In the CSP Configuration answers your question: