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    Using TC1 SP for NDI/HX PTZ control?

    Can someone point me to a video or manual page for setting presets using the small panel w a TC1 and NewTek PTZs?

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    TC1 User Guide pages 201-202

    PTZ OPERATIONS
    �� PTZ SEL – Hold this button down and press button 1-8 in the KEY row at left to designate which of up to eight connected PTZ cameras to control.

    �� PST STORE – Hold this button down and press button 1-11 in the KEY row at left to store the current PTZ position for the currently selected camera to the designated PTZ preset.

    �� PST CALL – Hold this button down and press button 1-11 in the KEY row at left to recall the designated PTZ preset for the currently selected PTZ camera.

    UTILITY KNOBS (A, B, & C)
    �� Knob A – With the COMP or PTZ Sel button pressed down, twist knob A to:
    o Pop up either the Comp bin or PTZ preset bin, respectively, for the current M/E or PTZ delegate (if multi-delegated, the bin for the first delegate only)
    o Advance through the selections in the bin as you continue to twist

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    TC1 SP PTZ.pdf
    Jeff Pulera
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    TriCasters: Mini with AE, TC1
    Camera: Sony PMW-X70 4K
    Controllers: All variety of XKeys
    PTZ: Newtek NDIHX-PTZ1

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    Just a heads up that some of this is going to change and/or be supplemented with the impending release of V2 for TC1 and VMC1.

    We've designed means to enable Follow Preview for all supported surfaces, and extended and simplified the manual selection methods in order to support PTZ-like features (a.k.a., 'pan and scan') for all Switcher inputs (including Media Players and Buffers) that come with Premium Access membership.
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