SCE Rotating Shapes

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Introduction
Overview
Layer Settings
Effect Settings
Restoring The Default Settings

 

 

Introduction

SCE Rotating Shapes displays various shapes that circle around a centric point.

 

 

Overview

 

Default Settings

Default Settings

Customized Example

Customized Example

 

 

Layer Settings

Various buttons and controls have universal functions. They are available for each MADRIX Effect / Layer.
Learn more »Effect Areas [Deck A / Deck B]
Learn more »Layers

 

 

Effect Settings

This MADRIX Effect uses the following, individual controls:

Colors - Opens the Color Table to specify the colors. The default color is White.
Learn more »Using Colors And Intensity
Shapes - Opens the Shape Table to specify the shapes. The default color is Circle Filled.
Learn more »Using Shapes [Shape Table]
BPM - Defines the speed. The default value is 600. Valid values range from 0 to 9999.
Learn more »Using BPM Control
Path Count - Defines the number of concentric paths on which shapes circle around the center. The default value is 3. Valid values range from 1 to 20.
Path Bounds - Defines the inner and outer limits of where paths can run along on the virtual LED matrix. The default values are 10 and 90. Valid values range from 0 to 10000.
Offset - Defines a location deviation of shapes across different paths. The default value is 0. Valid values range from -10000 to 10000.
Shape Count - Defines the number of shapes [multiplied by the Patch Count]. The default value is 1. Valid values range from 1 to 50.
Size - Defines the minimum and maximum size of shapes. Outer shapes are large than inner shapes. The default value are 10 and 20. Valid values range from 0 to 1000.
Rotation - Defines the number of path on which shapes circle around the center. The default value is 0. Valid values range from -3600 to 3600.
Center - Defines the position of the center in X, Y, and Z [in %]. The default values are 50, 50, 50. Valid values range from -1000 to 1000.

 

Path Alignment - Lets shapes rotate along the path instead of the rotation against the horizon.

Motion - Activates movement across the different paths defined by the Path Count. The default value is 0. Valid values range from -100 to 100.

Distribution - Allows you to choose a certain Distribution Mode for the specific parameter. Often, you can then define a minimum value and a maximum value.

Linear - A linear distribution is used to increase the size regularly.
Quadratic - The majority of objects will be smaller than the rest.
SQRT - Using a square root function the majority of objects will be larger.
Cubic - Uses a cubic distribution with mixed sizes.

Shape On Bounds - Locats shapes on each Patch Bound instead of placing them towards the Paths Bounds.

Offset Animation - Animates the shapes and rotates them additionally with the offset against each path.

Path Cross Width - Lets shapes move against each other on the different paths. The default value is 0. Valid values range from 0 to 20.

Distribution - Allows you to choose a certain Distribution Mode for the specific parameter. Often, you can then define a minimum value and a maximum value.

Uniform - Each path has the same distribution.
Linear - A linear distribution is used to increase the parameter regularly starting from the inside.
Quadratic - The parameter is more prominent on the outer paths.
SQRT - Using a square root function the parameter is more prominent on the outer paths.
Cubic - Uses a cubic distribution with a mixed distribution.
Inverted Linear - A linear distribution is used to decrease the parameter regularly starting from the inside.
Triangle - The majority of objects will be on the middle paths.
Inverted Quadratic - The parameter is more prominent on the inner paths.
Inverted SQRT - Using a square root function the majority of objects will be on the inner paths.
Inverted Cubic - Uses a cubic distribution with a mixed distribution.

Rotation Animation - Animates the shapes and rotates them individually and permanently.

Rotation Cross Width - Lets shapes rotate against each other on the different paths. The default value is 0. Valid values range from 0 to 20.

Look-At Type - Allows you to choose from which side you want to look at the effect. This is mainly relevant for 3D. The default value is Front. Learn more »Using Directions

Speed - Is only available for specific shapes [Implode, Explode, Pulse]. Defines how fast the shapes implode, explode, or pulse. The default value is 1. Valid values range from 0 to 10.

Delay - Is only available for specific shapes [Implode, Explode, Pulse]. Adds a delay to the shapes and lets them implode, explode, or pulse across the different paths. The default value is 0. Valid values range from -100 to 100.

Delay 2 - Is only available for specific shapes [Implode, Explode, Pulse]. Adds a delay to the shapes and lets them implode, explode, or pulse along each path. The default value is 0. Valid values range from -100 to 100.

Display Mode - Defines how the effect is shown. The default Display Mode is Fit.

Clip - The maximum size of the effect is determined by the largest side of the virtual LED matrix.

Fit - The maximum size of the effect is determined by the smallest side of the virtual LED matrix.

Stretch - The effect is stretched to be fully shown on the virtual LED matrix.

 

 

Restoring The Default Settings

Restore Default Layer Settings - Restores the default settings of the Layer.
- All Layer Settings and Effect Settings will be restored to their default values.
- This does not include the MADRIX Effect selection, the Effect Parameter Chaser [which will be paused], or the Layer Macro [which will be stopped].

 

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