First, let’s re-organise our panels in Kinetic Designer to manage our Tasks.
- Go to View > Tasks. The Tasks tab will show up. You can move it to any part of your interface by drag & dropping it’s name on the top left corner.
We want to have a few Tasks to quickly relocate the playback head to key moments in our Timeline.
This is how we are going to structure our tasks :
- SUBTASK1 = Set the Timeline Opacity (Grand Master) at 0 with a fade of 1 second.
- SUBTASK2 = 1 second after SUBTASK 1 : Relocate the Playback head somewhere in the timeline.
- SUBTASK3 = At the same time as SUBTASK 2 : Set the Timeline Opacity (Grand Master) at 100 with a fade of 1 second.
Creating a task
- Go to the
- Click on
+to create a task.
- Change the name to Play Blue Loop and choose a color to identify it.
- Drag & drop the Timeline from the
Timeline listtab to the
- Select the subtask that was just created and in the
Editorpanel set the
Actionto GrandMaster value, set it to 0 with a duration of 1 second.
- Copy & Paste this subtask in the
Tasktab (or drag & drop the Timeline again).
- Click on the second subtask and set the
Actionto Play at time… and set the timecode to 00:00:12:00.
At this point you can also select the Blue_Loop in the timeline, press
ion the keyboard to set the playback head at the start of the layer, select the timecode value, and copy it to paste it in the subtask value.
- Copy/Paste the subtask again.
- Select the third subtask and set the
Actionto GrandMaster value, set it to 100 with a duration of 1 second.
- In the
Tasktab, set a delay on the second subtask of 1 second.
- Select the Task then click on
Launchto see the result.
You can move your
Tasktab to some other place in the interface to have your
- Repeat this process and create three other Tasks to Play Jingle1, Jingle2, Jingle3.
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