The Slomo Controller module is an emulator of the JLClooper Elite C controller. At no additional hardware costs, this module can be used to create a professional slomo/replay system that will feel familiar to most professional slomo operators. Right click the module to open its popup menu. The following additional menu entries are available.


Enables replay by starting recording of all connected Slomo modules.


Switches all connected Slomo modules off. Note SSD drives can handle a limited amount of write cycles so always switch off your replay system (or use this option) to reduce unnecessary wear of your drives.  


When possible, clips are saved with an additional amount of recording before and after the intended clip. The amount of seconds of this guardband is set here.


Bus dedicated for program/preview use. Typically a MIX bus will be used for this, but on dedicated systems the Program bus can be used as well. Add a MIX bus to your profile and select it here. The bus will automatically be programmed and can be further ignored, even minimised or hidden.

The following controls are available.

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Select "camera angle", i.e. which Slomo module is used for program or preview video.


Used to clear settings like in & out points. Activate this function by pressing once, the light will turn yellow.


Marks in point. Use Shift > IN to go to in point. Use Clear > IN to clear the in point.


Returns to live video. Any in & out points will be cleared, use Shift > LIVE to skip this step.

OPTION > export clip

Exports IN/OUT selection for the current camera angle as compressed video file to the Clip Export Folder set in the Slomo modules.

Marks out point. Use Shift > OUT to go to out point. Use Clear > OUT to clear the out point.


Plays from current position at 100% speed.


Select preview mode. Clear > PVW will sync preview timecode to program timecode.


Used to access secondary commands like go to in & out points. Activate this function by pressing once, the light will turn green.


Performs a take.

Button colour codes for the large buttons are yellow (inactive but available) and red (active). For the smaller buttons the colours used are off (inactive), green (available) and red (active).