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SOFTWARE VERSION 6.3 WWW.PRG.COM VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSOLE USER MANUAL

  • Page 2: AutoPar®, Bad Boy®, PRG Series 40
  • Page 4: NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORR
  • Page 6: EMC EN55022A: 1998 Radiated and Con
  • Page 8: System Configuration Window - NIF S
  • Page 10: From Panel Select Displays.........
  • Page 12: Effect Timing
  • Page 14: Cue Editing .......................
  • Page 16: Diagnostic Mode (Virtuoso DX/DX2 Co
  • Page 18: Notes XVI VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSO
  • Page 20: Customer Service
  • Page 22: Notes 4 VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSOLE
  • Page 24: VIRTUOSO VX CONSOLE
  • Page 26: Virtuoso VX Front and Side Panels
  • Page 28: VIRTUOSO DX/DX2 CONSOLE
  • Page 30: Virtuoso DX/DX2 Components
  • Page 32: Virtuoso Mini Components
  • Page 34: The trackpad can be used to manipul
  • Page 36: Live/Preview/Offline Mode
  • Page 38: VIRTUOSO VX CONSOLE
  • Page 40: Installing Desk Lamps
  • Page 42: Connecting To System
  • Page 44: Step 2. Connect FireWire® from con
  • Page 46: Connecting Additional Components
  • Page 48: Notes 30 VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSOL
  • Page 50: POWER UP - DMX512 SYSTEMS
  • Page 52:

    POWER UP - VARI*LITE SYSTEMS USING

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    Console Naming

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    Setting Up Plan View Window

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    Patching DMX512 and Conventional Fi

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    Step 12. When all luminaires are de

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    To add a scroller:

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    g. When finished, click Save.

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    To import dimmer curve files:

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    PATCH EDITING

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    Plan View Fixture Type Conversion

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    General Rule. Modifying icon positi

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    CHANNEL SELECT

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    Select channels on multiple pages:

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    Select a single channel (or multipl

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    LAMP CONTROL

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    ENCODER CONTROL

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    Pan and Tilt

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    Image (Gobo)

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    RATE (5 sec / +1 sec)

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    Add new channels to a setting:

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    Encoder Fan Examples

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    KEYPAD CONTROL

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    LUMINAIRE STATUS

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    Customizing Luminaire Status Window

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    Intensity Window

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    OVERVIEW

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    General Touch Screen/Window Operati

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    Time/Speed Formats

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    Set intensity delay time:

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    Masking

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    Apply filters to a submaster:

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    Sneak Mode Values

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    TEMPLATES

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    Notes 100 VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSO

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    GENERAL OPERATION

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    [Palette Shift] Button (Virtuoso DX

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    Select Displays Window

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    Century Palette Window

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    Preset Data Window

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    Delete an entire Preset:

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    COLORS

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    Storing and Recalling Colors

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    BEAMS Overview

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    Storing, Modifying, and Recalling B

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    Add new types to a Beam:

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    From Keypad

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    OTHER SELECT DISPLAY TYPES

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    COLOR CONTROL

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    Send colors using window and keyboa

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    Color Name

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    Table 7-1: Virtuoso Color System fo

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    Lee Orange 212 Lee 105 Match Almost

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    Periwinkle 463

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    CUE CONCEPTS

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    Setting Intensity States

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    PLAYBACK

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    DYNAMICS OVERVIEW

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    SIZE (default/autoFit)

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    From Dynamics Palette Data Window

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    Storing Dynamics in Cues/Presets

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    To store Dynamic Only values:

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    EFFECTS CONCEPTS

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    What is a Set?

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    Mode Mode determines how the sequen

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    Changing Direction, Mode, or Start

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    From Effects Control Panel (Virtuos

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    From Sets Window

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    Step 3. Press [Edit]. (Display will

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    Step 1. At Data menu, select Sequen

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    From Effects Select Displays (Virtu

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    From Effects Select Displays (Virtu

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    Step 5. Press [Set].

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    Storing Effects as Cues

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    Submaster Display

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    + Time - length of time an effect w

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    Sequence Level Timing

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    ADVANCED PLAYBACK

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    Notes 188 VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSO

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    AD HOC GROUPS

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    Park The Park feature allows you to

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    Note: For a range of cues greater t

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    FUNCTION KEYS

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    Copy/Move - F8

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    CONTROLLING MEDIA SERVERS

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    General Operation

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    Setting Media Folder for Preview

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    Using BuildThumbnails applets:

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    Notes 208 VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSO

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    SNAPSHOTS

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    Store a snapshot using select displ

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    Cue Snapshot Effect Loading

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    From Keypad

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    Note: Macro can be updated or re-st

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    1931 Down Time 0 Sec Sets Down Time

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    1995 Tilt Wave Dynamic Creates fann

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    Record a board cue:

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    Board Cues Window

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    Notes 228 VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSO

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    SPECIAL CUE ATTRIBUTES

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    Add a wait/trail time to a range of

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    Command-Line Shortcuts

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    Locating Stored Cues

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    Selective Store new data for a part

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    Unexpected Behavior

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    Separators

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    Dynamic (D) button - displays any a

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    Cue Editing

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    CUE STACKS

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    Stacks in the Cue Sheet Window

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    SUBMASTER OVERVIEW

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    SUBMASTER MODES

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    Priority

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    Channel Filter

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    Bump Modes

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    PLAYBACK INTENSITY LEVEL

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    Intensity Transitions

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    Controlling Linked Playback

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    DEFAULT OPTIONS

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    Default Explanations

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    MULTI-CONSOLE FEATURES

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    Step 4. Physically move DMX system

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    SOFTWARE UPDATES

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    Using the VirtuosoLoader Applicatio

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    3D FEATURES

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    Match 3D

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    Changing 3D Height Location

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    Note: One method of speeding up 3D

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    LIVE/PREVIEW MODE

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    DATA MANAGEMENT

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    Step 3. Select required show file t

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    There are some limitations. First o

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    Export Patch

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    Printing

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    UPDATING PROFILES

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    Updating Profiles

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    ON-LINE DIAGNOSTICS

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    OFF-LINE DIAGNOSTICS

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    The auxiliary submasters panel can

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    Notes 310 VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSO

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    CONCEPTS

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    MIDI NOTES

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    MIDI/SMPTE TIMECODE

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    + The Timecode Scripts window calcu

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    MIDI SHOW CONTROL

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    Note: If part of the data is left o

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    Notes 324 VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSO

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    VIRTUOSO CONSOLES

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    Virtuoso Mini Console

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    FRONT PANEL AND KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS

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    Mac Keyboard Shortcuts

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    Canned Macros

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    1943 Fanned Time 4 Sec

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    GLOSSARY

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    Edge In a wash luminaire, edge defi

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    Luminaire State

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    Range Editing

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    Timing

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    Index Numerics

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    eak 160

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    N O

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    cue sheet 241

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    Notes 356 VIRTUOSO ® CONTROL CONSO

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    Virtuoso VX Console Connections

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    Virtuoso VX Group Select

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    Virtuoso VX Soft Select Displays

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    Virtuoso VX Submasters

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    Virtuoso VX Touch Screen & Macro/Sn

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    Virtuoso DX/DX2 Console Connections

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    Virtuoso DX/DX2 Manual Control

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    Virtuoso DX/DX2 Command-Line Keypad

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    Virtuoso DX/DX2 Timing-Filter Displ

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    Virtuoso® Control Console User Man

  • Page 3: FOREWORD
  • Page 5: How To Obtain Warranty Service
  • Page 7: TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • Page 9: Luminaire Status
  • Page 11: Chapter 9. Dynamics
  • Page 13: Using Record Button................
  • Page 15: Multi-Console Features
  • Page 17: Appendix D. Reference Foldouts
  • Page 19: INTRODUCTION
  • Page 21: Obtaining Additional DMX512 Profile
  • Page 23: 1. OVERVIEW
  • Page 25: Virtuoso VX Desk Layout
  • Page 27: Virtuoso VX Components
  • Page 29: Virtuoso DX/DX2 Desk Layout
  • Page 31: VIRTUOSO MINI CONSOLE
  • Page 33: CONSOLE OPERATION OVERVIEW
  • Page 35: Status Indicator Bar
  • Page 37: 2. INSTALLATION
  • Page 39: Step 7. At console, loosen monitors
  • Page 41: Connecting Optional Components
  • Page 43: VIRTUOSO DX/DX2 CONSOLE
  • Page 45: Installing Desk Lamps
  • Page 47: VIRTUOSO MINI CONSOLE
  • Page 49: 3. POWER-UP AND PATCH
  • Page 51: System Configuration Window - DMX51
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    System Configuration Window - NIF S

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    PATCH Overview

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    Step 4. If required, define grid si

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    Step 2. At desired location on plan

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    Step 5. At DMX Address column, assi

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    Patching VARI*LITE Series 300 Lumin

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    Dimmer Curves

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    To set dimmer curve from Patch wind

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    With Patch Editing Disabled

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    Editing in the Patch Window

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    4. MANUAL CONTROL

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    From Channel Select Window

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    Select a single channel:

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    [Next] and [Last]

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    Reset/Recalibrate/Erase Luminaire D

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    Console Encoders

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    Color When [color] is selected, the

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    Dynamics

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    Frame When [frame] is selected, the

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    Encoder Fan

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    High Resolution Mode

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    The [+] and [-] buttons can be used

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    Tip Tip

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    Selecting Channels from Luminaire S

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    5. TIMING, FILTERS AND SNEAK

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    TIMING/FILTER DISPLAY WINDOW

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    TIMING MODE

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    Note: Speed is not supported for an

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    FILTER MODE

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    Filter Mode Operation

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    SNEAK MODE

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    Sneak Mode Operation

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    Note: Once a template is recalled,

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    6. SELECT DISPLAYS

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    Note: Some DMX512 profiles have, as

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    Copy data to new palette:

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    Label The Label function allows you

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    PRESETS

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    Storing, Modifying, and Recalling P

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    Store a new Preset:

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    Color Palette Data Window

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    Recall a color using Colors select

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    Beam Number

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    Modify Beam data for an existing lu

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    GROUPS

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    Ordered Groups

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    7. VIRTUOSO COLOR SYSTEM

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    APPLYING VIRTUOSO COLORS

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    VIRTUOSO COLOR SYSTEM CHARTS

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    Color Name

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    Virtuoso Color System for DMX512 Fi

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    Table 7-2: Virtuoso Color System fo

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    8. BASIC CUES

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    CREATING CUES

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    Step 1. Using manual controls, set

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    9. DYNAMICS

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    DYNAMICS OPERATION

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    Dynamics Palette

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    Canned Dynamics

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    Palette Store Dynamic Only

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    10. EFFECTS

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    The soft select displays located on

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    EFFECT ATTRIBUTES

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    Start Start determines how the sequ

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    CREATING EFFECTS

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    Step 6. Label your set by pressing

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    Step 4. Press [Rev] then [Seq]. Cha

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    From Effects Control Panel (Virtuos

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    Background State

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    Null State

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    Creating Effects

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    From Effects Select Displays (Virtu

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    BASIC PLAYBACK

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    EFFECT TIMING

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    Note: The Virtuoso Mini Console doe

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    From Sequences Window

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    Auto Load

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    11. SPECIAL FEATURES

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    ADVANCED CONTROL

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    DATA COPY AND MOVE

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    Color/Beam Palette Copy

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    Track/Fill- F4

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    Quick Keys

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    Note: If multiple devices are selec

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    Media Setup Window

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    Creating Media Thumbnails (w/o Prev

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    Library Numbering Systems

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    12. SNAPSHOTS, MACROS, AND BOARD

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    Storing Snapshots

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    Recalling Snapshots

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    MACROS

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    Macros Data Window

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    The following is a list of all incl

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    1961 Inten Filter Selects Intensity

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    BOARD CUES

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    Recalling Board Cues

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    Delete a step:

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    13. ADVANCED CUE FEATURES

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    To Effects

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    ADVANCED CUE STORING AND MODIFYING

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    Cue Store Target

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    Update a preset in a specific cue:

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    Step 3. Select channel(s) as requir

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    CUE WINDOWS

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    Submasters Autoload

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    Tip Tip

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    Cue Data Find/Replace

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    Stacks Palette

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    14. SUBMASTERS

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    Submasters Window

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    Clear The [Clear] button releases a

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    Freeze

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    Manual Assign

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    Example:

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    Example Scenarios

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    PLAYBACK

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    15. SYSTEM SETUPS

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    Chooses which value is

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    DISPLAY FILTERS

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    Naming consoles:

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    OFF-LINE PROGRAMMING

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    Virtuoso Loader Application

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    16. 3D GRAPHIC DISPLAY

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    Note: This version of console softw

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    3D DISPLAY WINDOW

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    Using 3D Graphic Window

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    3D Graphic Settings

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    17. SHOW MAINTENANCE

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    Open Existing Show File

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    After Cue Import

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    Revert to Defaults

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    Console Log

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    To print:

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    Importing Profiles

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    Deleting Profiles

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    Error Log

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    The main desk has been divided into

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    Diagnostic Mode (Virtuoso DX/DX2 Co

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    18. CONTROL BY EXTERNAL DEVICES

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    Switch Closure Trigger Input (Virtu

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    Table 18-1: MIDI Note Mapping (Cont

  • Page 335:

    Recording

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    Insert new step(s):

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    Variables

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    MIDI Show Control Output

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    A. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

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    Virtuoso DX/DX2 Console

  • Page 347:

    B. REFERENCE

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    Front Panel: Palette Keypad Combina

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    PRE-PROGRAMMED "CANNED" FEATURES

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    1918 Palette Hi Lite Off Reselects

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    1975 Bias Rock Above

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    Color Select

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    Gobo A luminaire mechanism which al

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    Off-Line

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    Set A component of an effect which

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    C. INDEX

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    Command-Line

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    K L

  • Page 371:

    S Recalibration

  • Page 373:

    size 280

  • Page 375:

    REFERENCE FOLDOUTS

  • Page 377:

    Virtuoso VX Channel Select

  • Page 379:

    Virtuoso VX Manual Control

  • Page 381:

    Virtuoso VX Command-Line Keypad

  • Page 383:

    Virtuoso VX Effects

  • Page 385:

    VIRTUOSO DX/DX2 CONSOLE

  • Page 387:

    Virtuoso DX/DX2 Channel Select/Lamp

  • Page 389:

    Virtuoso DX/DX2 Select Displays

  • Page 391:

    Virtuoso DX/DX2 Submasters

  • Page 393:

    VIRTUOSO MINI CONSOLE

  • Page 395:

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