DT Videolabs USB controllers are custom keyboards and will communicate with the Mac via keystrokes. When the controller is connected to a computer for the first time a dialog box may appear stating that the keyboard cannot be identified. Click “Continue” to go through the steps for keyboard connection.
If you plug in the controller and you are not presented a dialog box as shown, go to System Preference > Keyboard and select “Change Keyboard Type”.
The next dialog will ask you to press a key which is not available on DT Videolabs controllers. Press the “esc” key on the Mac keyboard and then click on the “Skip” button to proceed to the final step.
Select the “ANSI” (United States and others)”. Selecting any other keyboard option will not allow the controller to function properly.
- If the green LED light on the controller does not illuminate when plugged into the computer then there may be a programming issue with the controller. Please contact email@example.com We may be able to remotely reprogram the controller via screen share.
- If the controller keys are not responding as they should, the wrong type of keyboard may be assigned. Go to System Preferences and select Keyboard. In the lower left corner select “Change Keyboard Type” and follow the steps above.
- DT Videolabs controllers have a 1 year warranty. If the controller is physically damaged the warranty does not apply.
|Moves Preview clip’s playback position to In Point||Moves Program clip’s playback position to In Point||Fast reverse Preview clip||Fast reverse Program clip||Fast forward Preview clip||Fast forward Program clip||Moves Preview clip’s playback position to Out Point||Moves Program clip’s playback position to Out Point||Steps back Preview clip one frame||Steps back Program clip one frame||Play/Pause Preview clip||Play/Pause Program clip||Advances Preview clip one frame||Advances Program clip one frame||Decreases Program clip’s cross fade time on Take||Go to 10 seconds from the Program clip’s Out Point||Increases Program clip’s cross fade time on Take||Go to 20 seconds from the Program clip’s Out Point||Decreases transition of Preview clip to Program||Go to 30 seconds from the Program clip’s Out Point||Increases transition of Preview clip to Program||Decreases Program End Fade time *||Loads previous clip in playlist into Preview||Increases Program End Fade time *||Clears Preview clip||Ends playback of Program clip *||Loads next clip in playlist into Preview||Decreases Loop Duration value||Takes Preview clip to Program||Temporarily Loops or Un-loops Program clip||Sets Preview clip’s In Point||Increases Loop Duration value||Sets Preview clip’s Out Point||Temporarily freezes Program clip at Out Point||Sets Program clip’s In Point||Decreases Preview to Program Cross Fade duration||Sets Program clip’s Out Point||Temporarily Links or Unlinks Preview and Program clips||Saves the Show File||Increases Preview to Program Cross Fade duration|
* PlaybackPro Plus in transitioning from using the word “Kill” to using “End All” to stop playback. The functionality is the same, only the terminology has changed. It is possible you have a controller that doesn’t match the current version of PlaybackPro Plus.
|Weight||1lb 8.8oz, .7kg|