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  1. Hey Geoff, not 100% sure what you intend with the sequence - note though that you can just load an image sequence just like a container shot - for the sequence just pass the name of the first file. As for retrieving the full project database in xml form - you would add to the project settings to always generate an xml database on exiting the project or create a so called custom command button and set this to export the full project database in xml. You can do that in the System Settings ==> Custom Commands tab. Check this (rather old) video for a quick explanation: Cheers, Mazze
  2. Hi Geoff, yes it is possible to name slots: just use a <name> tag within the <slot> tag (rather than an attribute). As for the sequence: If you mean that you want to use different sections of the same shot, then just add the same file multiple times (as <shot>) and set different in-out in the <handles> section. Hope this answers your questions^^. Greetz, Mazze
  3. Actually, I found a sample playlist (find attached). You can just dag this onto the SCRATCH icon on your desktop or alternatively start SCRATCH via command line and add this .splx file as startup argument^^. Greetz, Mazze my_playlist.splx
  4. Cool - will get you this on monday 🙂 .
  5. Thanks for linking me in, Tom! Geoff, check this link: This does not yet cover a recent function added: The option to start Play Pro (or the player of full SCRATCH) with a playlist which could be useful for certain review sessions: some of our customers build a setup where you can click a (web) link that (dynamically) generates / returns a play-list (*.splx) file that directly opens in Play Pro. Feel free tp ing me if that is of interest and I can provide you with info on that. Else, the link above should have everything you need^^. Cheers, Mazze
  6. Thought I'd share a few tests that I did, anodizing the rings in different colors (as those requests kept coming in). Certainly not everybody's cup of tea, but they do look pretty damn fancy after all 😉 . Below are a few pix - more can be found here: 🙂 .
  7. If you are on Windows 10 and using an Nvidia card, Windows Update might have messed up the Nvidia driver (it loves to do that). Re-installing the Nvidia driver (with any recent version) should fix it.
  8. Uhm. How about unzipping? These are not bundle files.
  9. Again, I think it's a matter of CUDA support. If you're on AMD, or Mojave - there is no CUDA for you and hence the plugins might not work. Don't know wether there's an OpenCL or Metal equivalent there.
  10. I am not sure if they require CUDA to work. That would be for Paul to tell.
  11. Try putting the ofx.bundle files directly into the plugins folder, without the ACES folder inbetween.
  12. Did you drop in the plugin .bundles? Maybe send a screenshot from that folder.
  13. Possibly it's not yet created, as you haven't installed any other OFX plugins yet? The usual folder is /Library/OFX/Plugins/ on OSX. On Windows it's C:\Program Files\Common Files\OFX\Plugins. Yyou can just create that folder structure yourself, though. Cheers, Mazze
  14. Hey everyone, I did a little fun project and 3D-printed the button caps for my Element panel, then pulled in a USB LED-strip to light them up. The result is "workable". I also provided the 3D-file to download - find it here: Cheers, Mazze