We will now create a Playlist.

In the Playlist tab, create several cues.

Leave Cue 1 empty as usual.

On Cue 2, add the 3 test patterns on layers 1,2 and 3. Position them in the pixel space at their correct positions.

Add a Fade in and Fade out time of 2 seconds on layer 1.

Use the Copy/Paste tool to copy this fade time to layers 2 and 3.

Display cue 2.

Leave cue 3 empty.

On Cue 4, add the Screen_Blue_Loop.mov media. Set it in Loop mode with a Fade in of 2 seconds.

Add a 5-second trigger wait on cue 5.

On Cue 5, disable layer 1 to maintain the loop from Cue 4.

Add the Modulo Pi logo on layer 2 of cue 5. Set its scale to 20% and adjust its position.

Rename Cue 4 to GET IN and Cue 5 to LOGO.

Copy the 2 second Fade in from Cue 4 layer 1 to Cue 5 layer 2.

Add two more cues.

On Cue 6, add the media Screen_Jingle_1.mov and set a Fade in of 1 second. On the audio of layer 1 add the associated soundtrack JINGLE1.wav.

Set Cue 7 on a follow trigger and add the media Loop_Jingle_1.mov in Loop mode with a Fade in of 1 second.

Use the Copy/Paste function to duplicate cues 6 and 7 into cues 8 and 9. Replace the media accordingly to jingle 2 and loop 2.

Do the same to create cues 10 and 11 for jingle 3.

Rename all your Cues to identify them easily.

You can use the Color section in the Advanced subtab to adjust the colorimetry of media on different layers independently.

This gives access to various controls either over Red, Green or Blue channels (or all together) or using Brightness/Contrast/Saturation controls.

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