clementsray
Oct 3, 2018

May i sugest a dedicated virtual lighting control board to control gangs of spots/floods / lights ?

3 comments
Daniel
Oct 11, 2018

Could you provide more details about your request? You can do most of that currently with key framing.

clementsray
Oct 11, 2018

Hi Daniel and thank you for writing . Yes as you say key framing is available . Though I would imagine this would be quite challenging to produce , I envisioned being able to bring up a virtual lighting board that would display maybe say for example seven control faders . Under each a colour controler .

 

As each new spot / flood is placed in position , perhaps in a theatre / disco setting it would be assigned to one of the seven control fader channels ( each with its colour controler dial ) .

 

So viewing the set , as the real life lighting man would do , he would have full control from his control panel to make lighting adjustments .

 

Not being a software designer I may be sugesting something too complex , I come from the old analogue days . But it was just a thought , and seeing the obvious genius behind ShotPro I thought I

might sugest this possible way of lighting control . Best wishes to all at ShotPro .

Daniel
Oct 12, 2018

Thanks a bunch for the clarification! It's certainly an interesting idea, we'll investigate it in the future.

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