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Old Nov 13, 2012, 12:33 PM   #1
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Automator Macro for a Beginner

I've never used Automator before, and looking to schedule my MacBook Pro to automatically start broadcasting, recording, and blending two video feeds using Wirecast Pro.

I've got two I.P. cameras hooked into Wirecast Pro that work perfectly. I'd like to use Automator to have the MacBook Pro automatically click the "Broadcast" button, and then rotate through shots during a certain time slot, and then click "Broadcast" again, and stop rotating at the end of the scheduled time. I'll need to schedule this process to happen a couple times a week.

Would anyone be able to show me how to do this, and place automator on a schedule?

I'd be more than happy to throw $20 bucks in the direction of the lovely person who helps.

Edit: I think I posted this in the wrong forum. Maybe this should've gone in programming. My apologies. It would be great if the mods could move this.

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