Timestrips are a kind of Timeline. The main difference is, that a Timestrip is vertical arranged.For us, this seems to be more practical for programming. It is possible to run more than one Timestrip at a time.
Timestrips are controlled by external timecode. (If no external timecode is available, the internal timecode can be used). To tell the system were to get the timecode from, a Timecode Source device has to be configured. Usually, this is a timecode reader such as Alpermann+Velte TC 60.
Timestrips can use Chase Devices. That are devices that are automatically locket to the external timecode.
To add a cue to a Timestrip, click Add Position to create a new row in the Timestrip.