December 15th, 2011
The "Visual Emulator" creates a 3D view of your light show, even if no real fixtures are connected. The colored moving beams of the fixtures gives you the possibility to preprogram your show. Place environmental objects like Truss, stages, DJ booths speaker boxes and many more. Import possiblity for 3DS files Create tilt-Waves, color sweeps, fans, random positions and other incredible effects for same type of fixtures just within seconds using the new "Effects Generator" Multiple routing possibilities of DMX input to output. Record feature for data on DMX input You can use bitmap pictures to represent the building or stage layout onto the fixture icons can be placed. Each fixture can have a name assigned such as "downstage left Cyberlight" click to enlargeThe library of fixture panels can be extended individually. The user is able to create, edit or download panels from our website. Included "Panel Designer" Sequence steps can get their trigger steps from the internal clock, a tap beat knob, internal master time track, external sound source or MIDI show control Each show can have up to 256 sequences, where each sequence can contain up to 16384 scenes. The quantity of Show files is unlimited Memorizing of the main scanner's beam targets and focus for fast adaptation of ready shows to any new location. It's easy to use a new fixture in a previously programmed show due to the copy and paste, save and load (scene, sequence, fixture scene, fixture sequence) features The final show can be remote controlled via the PC Midi input
1. Full control: Patch/Program change sets the desired Sequence (0-127), note on selects the scene within the sequence (0-127).2. Sequence control: Patch/Program change or note on selects the sequence (0-127) and is running with the preprogrammed tempo mode and speed.
Midi start/stop commands are supported for start and stop of sequence.The "Multi Sequence Player" allows the user to play up to 16 different sequences simultaneously Cue list for fast access to predefined "Multi Sequence" combinations (Cues) The "Track Editor" allows the user to display and manipulate the path of a scan beam. The "Sewing Machine" mode allows creating new scenes as points marked on this path Traditional light software options - Pan/Tilt swapping and reverse, 8 and 16-bit pan/tilt controlDifferent crossfade modes generate smooth movement between scenes. It's possible to adjust any DMX-value, scene time and fade time directly in a graphical bar window You can override fixtures to manual control (master mode) at any time for instance to use as follow spotEach fixture has its own "Fixture Control panel" including colour buttons, faders, pan/tilt panels, Gobo picture buttons and CMY color picker Play List feature for multimedian shows includes playing of Windows media files like mp3, wav, mov and running synchronized lighting sequences at the same time. Create fixture groups for faster access multiple fixtures Supported OS:
DMXCreator512Basic and DMXCreator1024 interface (USB port): Microsoft Windows 98, ME, 2000, XPDMXCreator512MK2 interface (Parallel port): Microsoft Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XPMinimum system requirements of the computer:
IBM or compatible PC with Pentium processor 300Mhz32MB Ram10MB free harddisk spaceScreen resolution 800x600, 16 colorsMouse or Trackball or TouchscreenOne free printer port (bidirectional) for DMXCreator512MK2One free USB port for DMXCreator512Basic and DMXCreator1024For optimal performance we suggest:IBM or compatible PC with Pentium processor PIII 500Mhz or faster64MB or more RamSound Blaster compatible soundcard (for audio trigger) with midi interfaceScreen resolution 1024x768, 64k colors