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Feature demonstrations:

First is a short video showing CP Lighting running a cue file to create a flicker effect. The cue file was assigned to a submaster and then the submaster number soft-patched to a channel so that it’s part of the main show cue list. Bring it up and down just like any other instrument! Click to play the video. For those using projections and using multiple video and/or audio formats, a “Big Demo has been added to the CP Premium page that shows off many of its abilities to play and crossfade. It is an automatic cue file that triggers all the cues from a time line! If you need a control surface… This PYLE PMIDIPD30 USB midi unit can set levels for the 8 submasters. The subs can be tied to the current cue file or to a stand-alone Rep Plot. You can setup the plot for some commonly used scenes or areas and not have to worry about incorporating them in the current show. Good for that monthly readers theater or a podium light for a presentation. The video player now has corner pinning. You can set the location of any of the four corners to account for keystone problems or angled projection surfaces. Do you have news about Cue Player you’d like to share? Send an email to us at support@baxeldata.com with a description and maybe a picture(!), and we’ll see about getting it on this page.
Easy selection of vamp points and continue A sound cue may have a vamp section noted. The cue will play to that point and then go back and repeat the section. A new cue Cue Action of ‘End Vamp’ will let the sound continue. A file of 1 hour of silence is available for auto sequencing. It’s in the demo file BigDemo on the Premium page. Both programs can now copy and paste blocks of cues. Mission critical performances that use a hot switch backup computer can be kept in perfect sync as the show progresses.
Blackout that projector! OK, it looks silly with the tuna fish can lids, but they sure block the light.That’s a small servo swinging them in and out. Here’s a video. The software to drive the servo is here for download.You can click with a mouse or use OSC commands. Put the OSC cue right before your start cue and another after your fade cue and not worry about dowsing.
Set picture Flicker demo

Video corner pinning

© 2015 Baxel Data Systems

news

Feature

demonstrations:

First is a short video showing CP Lighting running a cue file to create a flicker effect.  The cue file was assigned to a submaster and then the submaster number soft-patched to a channel so that it’s part of the main show cue list. Bring it up and down just like any other instrument! Click to play the video. For those using projections and using multiple video and/or audio formats, a “Big Demo” has been added to the CP Premium page that shows off many of its abilities to play and crossfade. It is an automatic cue file that triggers all the cues from a time line! If you need a control surface… This PYLE PMIDIPD30 USB midi unit can set levels for the 8 submasters. The subs can be tied to the current cue file or to a stand-alone Rep Plot. You can setup the plot for some commonly used scenes or areas and not have to worry about incorporating them in the current show. Good for that monthly readers theater or a podium light for a presentation. The video player now has corner pinning. You can set the location of any of the four corners to account for keystone problems or angled projection surfaces. Do you have news about Cue Player you’d like to share? Send an email to us at support@baxeldata.com  with a description and maybe a picture(!), and we’ll see about getting it on this page.
Easy selection of vamp points and continue A sound cue may have a vamp section noted. The cue will play to that point and then go back and repeat the section. A new cue Cue Action of ‘End Vamp’ will let the sound continue. A file of 1 hour of silence is available for auto sequencing. It’s in the demo file BigDemo on the Premium page. Both programs can now copy and paste blocks of cues. Mission critical performances that use a hot switch backup computer can be kept in perfect sync as the show progresses.
Blackout that projector! OK, it looks silly with the tuna fish can lids, but they sure block the light.That’s a small servo swinging them in and out. Here’s a video. The software to drive the servo is here  for download.You can click with a mouse or use OSC commands. Put the OSC cue right before your start cue and another after your fade cue and not worry about dowsing.
Flicker demo