Easy Stand Alone

Easy Stand Alone

December 15th, 2011

Virtual Console software to be used with Sunlites autonomous USB-DMX512 Box which can control most any equipment that runs off of DMX512
Step 1 - Setting channels !With a few clicks of the mouse button, you can set your traditional lighting channels as well as your scans, heads... The software uses the Sunlite ScanLibrary (a library of SSL-type fixtures) which is currently the best choice you can make and a guarantee of evolution over the next few years. The ScanLibrary editor is included and allows you to create your own library in just a matter of minutes.

2. Editor screen Step 2 - Creating scenes !Creating scenes can be carried out without teasing your brains ! In each scene, the software enables you to program a number of steps. Each of them has a fade time and a waiting time which can be set. By creating several steps in sequence, you will then build a dynamic scene and even be able to set the number of loops and go on to the next scene automatically.

3. User screen Step 3 - Using the software in live mode with a computer !If you wish to control your lights via a computer, then you can trigger off scenes with the mouse or the keyboard while visualizing the channels. At any time, you may decide to manually control some channels (either in HTP or LTP) by directly operating the corresponding cursors .

4. Stand Alone Step 4 - Stand Alone mode !If you would rather control your lights without any computer, in a few seconds you will be able to store your scenes into the box to activate Stand Alone mode. Starting scenes can then be carried out in sequential access by using "previous" and "next" on the box or via the internal connector which triggers off up to 255 scenes in direct access.

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