The bitwigClip COMP serves as an interface for controlling a specifi launcher clip in Bitwig's clip launcher context. Users begin by choosing which track they are interested in; then the launcher clip, and subsequently decide to perform actions or read/modify the properties of a given launcher clip.
Parameters - Bitwig Clip Launcher Page
Track - A read-only string providing the currently selected Track name.
Pintrack - Indicates whether the current selection is pinned to the current track. If the selection is un-pinned, the selection will follow whatever track is currently selected in the Bitwig UI. If the selection is pinned, the selection will remain on the currently selected track independently of the Bitwig UI selection.
Prevtrack - Will change the current selection to the previous track in the Bitwig UI.
Nexttrack - Will change the current selection to the next track in the Bitwig UI.
Make Visible In Arranger
Makevisibleinarranger - If the selected track is currently out of the Bitwig Arranger view, pressing pulse will scroll the arranger window so that the selected track is brought into view.
Make Visible In Mixer
Makevisibleinmixer - If the selected track is currently out of the Bitwig Mixer view, pressing pulse will scroll the mixer window so that the selected track is brought into view.
Select In Editor
Selectineditor - Places the Bitwig Editor cursor on the currently selected track.
Select In Mixer
Selectinmixer - Places the Bitwig Mixer cursor on the currently selected track.
Stop All Clips
Stopallclips - Stops playback of clips for the selected track.
Clipslot - The index and name of the currently selected Clip Slot
Launchquantization - ⊞ - The quantization amount for the selected clip slot. Will determine the interval at which the clip will start playback. Open the drop down to read about the different interval types.
default- Use the project's default quantization amount, found in the project panel section of the Bitwig UI
none- No quantization, start clips immediately
8- Start clips at the next interval of 8 bars
4- Start clips at the next interval of 4 bars
2- Start clips at the next interval of 2 bars
1- Start clips at the next interval of 1 bar
1/2- Start clips at the next interval of 1/2 note
1/4- Start clips at the next interval of 1/4 note
1/8- Start clips at the next interval of 1/8 note
1/16- Start clips at the next interval of 1/16 note
Launchmode - ⊞ - Determines the launch behavior for the specified clip. Open the drop down to read about the different modes.
default- Use the project's defualt launch mode, found in the project panel section of the Bitwig UI
- From Start
from_start- Plays the clip from the start
- Continue / From Start
continue_or_from_start- Plays relative to the playing clips position, of if nothing playing, from the clip start
- Continue / Synced
continue_or_synced- Plays relative to the playing clips position, of if nothing playing, from the transport position
synced- Starts relative to global transport position
Launch - Launch the chosen clip slot
Select - Places the Bitwig Clip Launcher cursor on the chosen clip slot
Stop - Stop the chosen clip slot's playback
Record - Begin recording on the chosen clip slot
Color - The color in RGB of the launcher clip
Playstart - The start position of the launcher clip in quarter-notes
Playstop - The stop position of the launcher clip in quarter-notes
Loopenabled - Indicates if playback looping is enabled for the chosen launcher clip
Loopstart - The launcher clip's loop start position in quarter-notes
Looplength - The launcher clip's loop length in quarter-notes
Shuffle - Indicates if the clip's shuffle mode is active.
Accent - Indicates the clip's accent value.
Parameters - Callbacks Page
Enablecallbacks - Enables the clip launcher callbacks associated with this COMP.
Callbackdat - A reference to the Text DAT containing the callbacks for this COMP
Printcallbacks - When enabled, callback information will be printed to the text port as they are called.
Parameters - TDBitwig Page
Tdbitwigcomp - A reference to the Bitwig Main COMP
Connect - A toggle to manually enable or disable listeners associated with this COMP.
Listenerindex - The index of the Cursor object which this COMP is communicating with.
Debugmessages - Print information about extension method calls for the Component
Timeslice OSC Chop
Timesliceoscchop - If timeslice is enabled, the OSC Chop will cook every frame. If disabled, OSC Chop will cook only during changes, but cook time may be longer. Using time slice for performance optimization will usually depend on the particular use case.
Strip CHOP Name Prefixes
Stripchopnameprefixes - Strip off the given number of address segments in the output CHOP channel names
Name Channel Prefix
Namechannelprefix - If enabled, the output CHOP channel names will include with the name of the currently selected Track object. Otherwise, the channel names will begin with the integer index of the Cursor this COMP is connected to.
Parameters - About Page
Help - Opens this documentation page
Version - The TDBitwig version that this Component is updated to
.tox Save Build
Toxsavebuild - The TouchDesigner build version that this Component was saved in
Update - If the tdBitwigPackage COMP is present in the TouchDesigner project, pressing pulse will update this Component to the newest version
- Output 0 - A CHOP containing a channel for each listener property associated with this COMP
- Output 1 - A Table DAT providing information about all clip slots for the chosen Track. Includes the slot index, name, and if the slot contains any content
- Output 2 - A Table DAT providing information about clip playback. Includes info about the currently playing clip as well as the clip queued for playback.