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Quick starting Manual
Just watch and follow the instructions ! With little effort, you will be on your way to creating a personalized program for any application. * Left click to continue How to use, the simplest software on the market ?
Import the light specifications you need from the Scanlibrary® and configure them to optimize your show program. First, setup your light park…
Create a new project. Insert a Scanlibrary fixtures: Choose the manufacturer Choose the fixture Choose the starting DMX address Choose number of fixtures See the fixture shortcuts Choose the index number
See your light park. Test your fixtures. Use cursors and presets: Right click on a channel icon: edit all the presets. Left click on the desired function to set the value. PAN & TILT preset window: move your fixtures with precision. Use the mouse right or left click in the PAN & TILT moving area.
To set the same level to all your lights from the same library : maintain the SHIFT key button and select a preset. Create groups: Click on the group option and check the appropriate box. Use F1 to F12 group keys as the same to set group levels.
Channels setting : Multi shortcut keys Invert Pan & TILT Close the fade time to a selected channel work in “cut” mode.
Create your lighting movement step by step and make your cycle. Scenes (programs) are on the left, steps (scenes) are on the right. Second, create your scenes step by step…
Scene options: New Scene Copy Scene Rename Scene Delete Scene Step options: New Step Copy Step Paste Step Delete Step Scene advanced options: Scene position Scene shortcuts Scene loops number Go to the next Scene Play Scene (simulation)
How to create a scene : Select a preset, choose a DMX value Create a new step (CTRL + A) Select a preset, choose a DMX value Create a new step (CTRL + A) … On your step, you can use : Presets (PAN & TILT) “Shift” key Groups (F1 … F12) Complete your steps with FADE & WAIT time ! Keep repeating your scene or choose a number of loops and a type of jump to the next scene !
Play your scenes in normal, virtual or BPM mode! Create your DMX and audio effects in no time. Scenes (programs) are on the left, effects (scenes) are on the right. Third, create your effects and play your scenes…
Live options : Screen scene Scene speed Freeze option Fade scene option Play cycle option Next & previous Effect options : Create a new effect Edit an effect Advanced effect options Delete an effect Create a new effect : New effect button Choose a name Select OK to edit it Set the DMX values
The cursor window is different when you edit an effect: Select the LTP mode. Set your DMX channel level. You can use the “SHIFT” and F1 to F12 group key to affect the same DMX effect level on your lights. Record and close the effect cursor window with the cross button or “Esc” key.
Choose your effect options: Shortcut key Effect button colors Effect button in flash mode Play a MP3 or WAVE file Start a scene or a cycle
After creating your Effect, you can: Edit one effect by holding down the “CTRL” key and clicking the mouse. A new cursor window appear. Edit the advanced option by holding the “ALT” key and clicking the mouse. The effect options window appear. Use the mouse right click on effect button. Use the mouse left click button to trigger the effect.
After creating all your scenes and effects, trigger them with: Mouse Keyboard shortcut Audio BPM Internal port (Stand Alone interface) Play a “Virtual Scenes” by holding down the “ALT” key and clicking the mouse. Normal scenes are in red color (mouse left click) Played virtual scenes are in blue color (ALT + mouse left click) Use the mouse right click to select the scene mode and display the selected icon. Sound to light: Start the audio Analysis BPM calculator.
Now it is your turn to make your own show and use the power of the software to enhance your show. Please download the latest version ! Congratulation, you are a master !