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SGM Pilot 3000 Fixture Editor Download - Tips and Tricks for Using It Effectively

With the new software version, the Pilot 3000 internal operating architecture has been changed. In the previous structure, the Pilot 3000 software required the constant presence of a Memory Card for writing and reading the data regarding the Current Show (SHOW FILE) on which one was working. Now, the data of the show current and fixture library are stored on the on-board memory of the Pilot 3000, thus enabling operation without a compact flash card. The compact flash card is used exclusively as a mass memory for show backup.

sgm pilot 3000 fixture editor download

QLC+ 5.0.0 Alpha 2 is available for immediate download.. ... I also processed a couple of issue reports and included the latest submitted fixtures.. ... a Qt library called QtXml is not needed anymore, reducing the QLC+ package size; XML tags of your qxw files are now always saved ... Chauvet Clay Paky GLP Robe SGM ...

1.1 System Characteristics Thank you for having chosen the SGM Pilot 3000 Pilot 3000 is a lighting Console dedicated to the control of both conventional and automated lighting fixture of any kind. By means of its two DMX-512 Universes, it is possible to control the timing and running modes of any kind of fixture available on the market thanks to a comprehensive fixture library that can be updated on an on-going basis. This manual describes all the Pilot 3000 features available with Software version1.0. Future software updates along with the relative documentation, can be downloaded from the...

1.4 Hardware layout The standard hardware features for Pilot 3000 consists of: 2 DMX Universes allowing 1024 DMX output channels Midi IN OUT THRU DMX IN SMPTE IN 20 Playback Registers 6 Registers for Playback Control 4 encoders used for handling attributes and Speed Jog-Ball for Pan and Tilt control USB Serial port Audio In Remote pedal IN 1.5 Terminology The following terms are used to indicate Pilot 3000 console functions: Cue: establishes the times and modes of an attribute status of connected fixtures. The concept of a cue is similar to other frequently used terms such as Scene or...

  • QLC+ 4.10.4 is a bugfix release that aims to resolve a few issues and regressions reported by users during the last months. As usual though, this version brings also important news regarding specific areas: I have introduced a real pause state of QLC+ Functions. This state can be accessed from Virtual Console Cue Lists and from the Show Manager. A Cue List now has 2 separate buttons for playback: Play/Pause and Stop. When pausing, lights will stay on, and "frozen" exactly where they were, even during a fade in transition. This breaks backward compatibility with external control mapping, cause now you have to map 2 different controls, so you are strongly invited to review your project if you intend to use this version. On the other hand I hope the benefit is clear: this distinction gives maximum flexibility of control of a Cue List/Chaser playback, especially for theatre usage cases.

  • With the LED color feedback in mind, I finally implemented global custom feedbacks that can be defined just once in an input profile. They can always be overridden from every VC widget, like before.

  • Again, for flexibility, I decided to split MIDI beat clock start and stop events, so if you're using such feature, please double check your project.

  • Now a few deployment updates: Every Linux build now includes the OLA plugin, but OLA is not a hard dependency of the package. The plugin will be listed in the IO manager only if OLA is actually installed in the system.

  • Windows builds now include Qt 5.6.0 built by me, without ICU libraries. The final package size has been reduced by 700Kb.

  • Mac OSX bundles include Qt 5.6.0 as well, the vanilla version

  • The Raspberry Pi image has been ported to Debian Jessie ! This is a huge step forward and the boot time is lighting fast: 12 seconds on a Raspberry Pi 3 ! Notification emails will be sent later today.

  • Changelog: Scripts: Fix 4.10.3a regression that breaks values parsing (David Garyga)

  • Engine: fix relative paths when opening a project from the command line

  • Engine: improved the start/stop mechanism of Functions within a Show

  • Chaser Editor: a newly created step is now selected automatically

  • Scene Editor: fixed the tab order of the fixtures

  • Show Manager: added the possibility to pause a Show leaving the lights on

  • Show Manager/Audio: allow to display the waveform preview while playing a file

  • UI/Function Selection: fix crash on workspaces where a scene ID is bigger than its sequence ID (David Garyga)

  • UI/Video: fixed the fullscreen positioning on Windows

  • Virtual Console/Animation: fix behavior issue when changing the associated function (David Garyga)

  • Virtual Console/Frames: send feedbacks for the enable button

  • Virtual Console/Frames: fix 4.10.3 regression causing frames to resize after configuration

  • Virtual Console/Cue List: playback can now be paused and resumed (see documentation)

  • Virtual Console/Cue List: added a dedicated stop button, with external controls

  • Virtual Console/XYPad: fixed computation of reversed fixture position (Luca Ugolini)

  • Plugins/OSC: fixed regression of receiving data from the wrong interface (David Garyga)

  • Plugins/OSC: fixed regression causing not receiving data anymore when changing the input profile (David Garyga)

  • Plugins/MIDI: distinguish MIDI beat clock start and stop (see documentation)

  • Input Profiles Editor: it is now possible to define button custom feedbacks in a profile (see documentation)

  • New input profile: Novation Launchpad Pro (thanks to David Giardi)

  • New RGB script: Balls (color) (thanks to Rob Nieuwenhuizen)

  • Fixture updated: Starway MaxKolor-18 (thanks to Thierry Rodolfo and Robert Box)

  • Fixture updated: Cameo LED RGBW PAR64 18x8W (thanks to Lukas)

  • New fixture: American DJ Mega QA Par38 (thanks to Nathan Durnan)

  • New fixture: Martin MAC 250 Wash (thanks to Robert Box)

  • New fixture: Luxibel LX161 (thanks to Freddy Hoogstoel)

  • New fixture: Stairville MH-X60th LED Spot (thanks to Jasper Zevering)

  • New fixture: Cameo CLHB400RGBW (thanks to Mihai Andrei)

  • New fixture: Showlite Flood Light Panel 144x10mm LED RGBW (thanks to Ex)

  • New fixture: Color Imagination LedSpot 90 (SI-052), Robe Spot 575 XT (thanks to DJ Ladonin)

  • New fixture: Chauvet Mini Kinta (thanks to Jonathan Wilson)

  • New fixture: Eurolite LED ML-56 QCL RGBW-RGBA 18x8W (thanks to Matthijs ten Berge)

  • New fixture: High End Systems TechnoSpot (thanks to Tom Moeller)

  • New fixtures: American DJ Inno Pocket Spot Twins, Fog Fury 3000 WiFly, Event Bar Pro (thanks to MaBonzo)

  • New fixtures: American DJ Galaxian Gem IR, Vizi Roller Beam 2R (thanks to MaBonzo)

  • New fixture: Ayra ERO 506 (thanks to Bert Heikamp)

  • New fixture: Ayrton Arcaline 100 RGB, Martin Magnum Hazer (thanks to Thierry Rodolfo)

  • New fixtures: American DJ Asteroid 1200, Eurolite GKF-60, Eurolite LED FE-700 (thanks to Flox Garden)

  • New fixtures: Antari X-310 Pro Fazer, lightmaXX CLS-2 (thanks to Flox Garden)

  • New fixture: Beamz MHL90 Wash 5x18W RGBAW-UV (thanks to Hans Erik Tjelum)

  • New fixture: PR Lighting Pilot 150 (thanks to David Read)

  • New fixture: lightmaXX Platinum CLS-1 (thanks to Marc Geonet)


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