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Pressing the TRY CUE key again plays back the new look back over the corresponding times default or recorded times depending on what data was in the programmer. Swapping Pan and Tilt The Topset value for each parameter is the maximum value which can be reached when adjusting the fixture using the wheels, command line, etc.
Quarter Screen Top Right Page 3. The options are detailed below: For the first cue in the stack, the values are coded relative to the highlight values of the fixture parameters: The lock code PIN is a four digit number — The fixtures are listed in group order. The position parameters for the fixture are assigned to the control wheels and are indicated on the LCD screen above the wheels.
This functionality allows you to identify which universe is coming from which console on a larger networked system. When an item is released, 150g loses it’s places in the history, whether it currently maual them or not. To assign an individual cue from a cue stack to a UDK enter the following command: If the Flash Mode is set to Flash – chaucet corresponding data assigned to the SUB is output instantly on pressing the key and faded out or released instantly on releasing the key.
You can change this selection as required before saving the data to the palette. Figure 89 – Submaster 150 The beamshape parameters for the fixture are assigned to the control wheels and are 10r on the LCD screen above the wheels.
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The Preview Group Window lists all the fixtures that are contained in the selected group in the form of a table, displaying the fixture name, user fixture number, Manufacturer and Fixture Type.
In the case of a cue, you effectively load the cue into the programmer, modify it and update it. This port must be matched with the Art-Net receiving device Light Converse, etc.
The default lock code for the desk is They are displayed in the correct place based on the alphabetical sorting of manufacturer and fixture type and are distinguished by having a green background, for example: This results in ldgend of the fixtures of manusl type being assigned one after another starting at the address you define: It is important that the mode set here matches the mode set on the fixture itself — if legebd doubt, consult the fixture operating manual for full details.
To store a group fader, use the syntax: To copy the outputting state of a cue, do the following: When the [Desk Information] key is selected a screen is displayed containing information on the various software, firmware and BIOS installed in the desk as follows: The data for all fixture parameters can be copied, or just those for a particular attribute by using the following commands: Additional buttons and fields are then displayed in the window to allow you to adjust the Chase modifiers.
As long as the two devices can see each other, the system should function correctly. These commands can be executed in either order, as sometimes a manual fade is desirable.
In Built Macros In Built Macros can be associated with cues and used to trigger various behaviours when altering cue stacks.
This returns all of the affected fixtures to their default values, or to the value they were at before the cue stack was executed. Renumber This option allows the user to renumber all the programmed cues in the cue stack. In this way, multiple consoles can be letend on a network at the same time and can legenf take over from one another — a function used in our tracking backup software.
The value of the first selected fixture will be locked.
However, the Patch Wizard makes the assumption that your rig has been patched sequentially and can levend slower for complicated patch entry. When a source is selected the button is green.
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They can be used to program scenes, as moving a group submaster triggers its contents to go into the program window. Naming Cue Stacks To assign a name to a cue stack enter either of the following commands: It is recommended that the Output Window is displayed on one of the monitor screens when programming cues, palettes, Lehend etc.
Select the drive which corresponds to the device you have stored the fixture type on. The Submasters Window To assign channel data to a SUB, first set up the fixture parameter data in the programmer, in the same way as programming a cue, ensuring that all the required fixture parameters are tagged.
The behaviour of the Unpatch function is dependant upon which Patch View is active at the time. Press the [Patch Wizard] button on the monitor using the trackball, using the left click button above the ball.
Submaster Controls… Submaster Controls… allows you to force a parameter to follow the movement of the fader for its crossfade, rather than triggering at specified level and fading automatically. Select the Source Device Removable Device as required.
Enter the required value using the external keyboard or numeric keypad on the front panel of the desk, then press ENTER. Click on the [Channel] button and select the required view manaul the drop down menu.
The cue stack window shows the selected cue stack and all the cues which that stack contains. If the fixture does require composite patching, follow these steps: The LED in the key is lit.