That you have to patch your devices in your project again or differently is certainly not uncommon. But did you know that in DMXControl 3 from the beginning you can also call an editable overview of all devices in the project?
When someone tells you that they want to see white on stage or in the show, this statement may seem quite plausible at first glance. But is this really the case? And what has DMXControl 3 to do with it? The answers are given in this Did you know?
Since version 3.2.0 the Parameter Masters and Speed Masters are in DMXControl 3, which can support you at different places like device function values and effects. But did you know how flexible these masters actually are? Read all about it in this news.
As you know, you can store a complete lighting scene with numerous effects in a single scene (cue). But how do you keep track of which fixture functions the effects were applied to? If you have read this Did you know?, you know how and where DMXControl 3 supports you at this point.
The keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V are certainly familiar to many people from other programs. But did you know that these are not the only keyboard commands in DMXControl 3? More in this Did you know?
After we have already dealt with the handling of the Input Assignment in our first special, we now present at the end of our Special Week some examples of what can be done with the new Input Assignment.