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|Long=To pulse a parameter is to send it a signal from a CHOP or python or a mouse click that causes a new action to occur immediately.  
 
|Long=To pulse a parameter is to send it a signal from a CHOP or python or a mouse click that causes a new action to occur immediately.  
 
      
 
      
A pulse from a CHOP is typically a 0 to 1 to 0 signal in a channel.
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A pulse from a CHOP is typically a 0 to 1 to 0 signal in a channel exported to the Pulse-type parameter.
 
   
 
   
 
A pulse via python is via a <code>.pulse()</code> call on a pulse-type parameter, such as Reset in a [[Speed CHOP]]. <code>op('speed1').par.resetpulse.pulse()</code>.
 
A pulse via python is via a <code>.pulse()</code> call on a pulse-type parameter, such as Reset in a [[Speed CHOP]]. <code>op('speed1').par.resetpulse.pulse()</code>.
 
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Revision as of 17:00, 29 May 2019

To pulse a parameter is to send it a signal from a CHOP or python or a mouse click that causes a new action to occur immediately.

A pulse from a CHOP is typically a 0 to 1 to 0 signal in a channel exported to the Pulse-type parameter.

A pulse via python is via a .pulse() call on a pulse-type parameter, such as Reset in a Speed CHOP. op('speed1').par.resetpulse.pulse().

An Operator Family which operate on Channels (a series of numbers) which are used for animation, audio, mathematics, simulation, logic, UI construction, and many other applications.

To pulse a parameter is to send it a signal from a CHOP or python or a mouse click that causes a new action to occur immediately. A pulse from a CHOP is typically a 0 to 1 to 0 signal in a channel, and a pulse via python is via a .pulse() call on a pulse-type parameter, such as Reset in a Speed CHOP.