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A list of UFT files found on the source device is displayed on screen. After selecting the required fixtures, the parameter fade times can be adjusted using the control wheels, in the same way as the output values, or they can be edited directly in the Output Window.
Intimidator Beam SR Included Its motorized frost filter converts the tight beam to a wide wash for different applications and an impressi Group Number and name, if defined. This allows you to detail to the desk how many of each type of fixture are contained within the rig.
If the console is set to be the backup device, it will go into a suspended status where you will not be able to operate the controls on the front panel, until such a time as the master console disconnects or fails in any way.
These special types do not contain channel data, but instead contain functions. Each soft button contains the following information: This is undesirable, as it can cause confusion when programming. All the fixture types contained in the selected UFT file are loaded and effectively added to the fixture library on the desk. If the Flash Mode is set to Flash – the corresponding data assigned to the SUB is output instantly on pressing the key and faded out or released instantly on releasing the key.
Figure 80 – Renumber Cues. Effects Palettes The desk generates a number of standard effects see Effects chapter for details. Note — Fade and Delay Times The fade and delay times for all parameters programmed in a cue can also be globally edited from the Cue Stack Window. If [Merge] is active, the data will be merged into the selected cue, palette, submaster or UDK. Palette Number, content flags that indicate the attributes that are programmed in the palette and a name.
Press the [Files], then [Load Show]. In Playback Mode, the bottom 20 faders convert into playbacks cue stacks. To delete a range of cues enter the following command: Enter the number and press [Finish]. Control Channels The desks have channels of control.
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The cue after the edited one has to be reprogrammed to ensure this: However, the previous owner s are not forgotten, and go into in a history list. Each of the subs has a row in the window.
Auto Macros When the [Create Auto Macros] option is confirmed the desk generates a number macros based upon the fixture types patched. Until a fixture is patched, it will be impossible to control it on ORB, as the desk has no information as to where within the possible channels the data is to be sent.
These commands can be executed in either order, as sometimes a manual fade is desirable. See page for more information. If [Default Times] is not selected the fade and delay times will be kept cyauvet their current values as displayed in the Fade and Delay views of the Output Window. All the attribute selection buttons on the bottom row will turn red and not be editable. Setting Up the Mmanual Before you start programming cues etc, you will need to set up the desk.
Fade Time Commands — Recording Cues When recording a cue – fade times can be leggend in the command syntax for all fixture parameters, individual attributes or combinations of attributes as follows: The current option is indicated by manuzl background colour of the button as follows: Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date. Click on the [Channel] button and select the required view from the drop down menu. It should only be used by, or under the supervision of, an appropriately qualified or trained person.
Set the position as required, then turn the Highlight off before recording the palette. To copy a cue to another cue in the same cue stack or a different cue stack enter the following command: These two buttons are mutually exclusive.
Figure 88 — Submaster Setup Window This window can also be displayed by clicking in the Comments column on a programmed submaster. Therefore the Rotation parameter can be adjusted via the control wheel, but is not displayed in the Effects Window. Handheld Mode The dropdown box at the bottom of the window allows you to select a different screen of the remote. This is indicated by these twenty faders turning green.
In the next section of the manual, we will go into a lot more detail about each section of the desk. Default fade and delay times for Intensity, Colour, Beamshape and Position are defined in Desk Setup, and can be adjusted if required, prior to programming cues. Loading a Page onto the Playbacks To load a page of cue stacks onto the physical playback faders do one of the following: These additional patch addresses are known as duplicates.
Page 76 Light Converse Integration Allows additional functionality to be used with Light Converse eg bi-directional patching, fixture selection etc.
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Page The coloured LED at the bottom of the window indicates the connection status — should the connection fail for whatever reason, this will first turn yellow and then red. Selecting a user fixture type and specifying the number of legenr type in the fixture schedule is carried out in the same way as for any of the normal fixture types already present in the fixture library on the desk.
Rainbow and Circle you can use the Speed wheel to control the speed of all the effects in one go. Adding Fixtures Once this information is collated, you can use one of two methods to add fixtures onto the desk. Auto Effects The desk is capable of creating automatic effects.
Nimble and ultra-compact, it is a multipurpose unit, capable of an excellent wash, dynamic chases and eye-candy pixel-mapping effects. The pages of playbacks are automatically assigned to the cue stacks in numerical order ie Page 1 contains cue stacks 1 — 10, Page 2 has cue stacks 11 — 20, up to Page which has cue stacks —