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  1. Jamesy1

    VW Manual?

    Thanks Kevin. I am looking for a manual that goes over each and every tool in VW, not just spotlight. I use VW less then ever before and when I need to get something done, it takes me a while to figure out how to do what I need to get done. I rely on manuals to speed things along. bummer a manual doesn't exist
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    VW Manual?

    I can't find the manual for the life of me. Can someone please link me? Thanks!
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    MA3D / Viewport fixture locations

    I just started using VW about a week and a half ago. Took me a long time to wrap my head around DLVP. Once I did, I saw why it is so awesome and time saving. I went and built a show using this method, then tried to export to MA3d. Didn't work and I realized why. I actually went ahead and build everything in my show in 3D space. Everything has gone semi smooth as far as importing objects. Draw backs I can see, 2D plots will need to be thought about. Moving things is kind of a drag, I group stuff to help. The DLVP is really easy to move my stuff easily and as one piece. Found a work around to the multi-instance fixtures. Just import some random multi-instance fixture and change it in the fixture types menu in MA.
  4. Hey, I have a MA3d/vectorworks question. I began creating my shows in vectorworks to make my plots and such. I use viewports for my vertical fixture grids, I was wondering how you guys go about importing the positions of fixtures in viewports? I assume it isn't possible the way I am trying because the data is in the referenced layer. What do you guys do workflow wise?

 

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