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Gavin H

Linking Phantom to a desk

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Hi Gavin

 

The remote software is due for launch in a couple of months, and is currently undergoing testing. The software will only function on a Pocket PC device and not on a Laptop - for a Laptop you want Phantom which is the offline editor. I hope this helps,

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If i have installed Phantom, can it use ethernet to control lights from the laptop? Or does the word "offline" mean that i can only edit shows, not run them from my laptop?

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Hi Gavin

 

You can only edit shows offline - there is no link between Phantom and the consoles themselves. We have talked about adding such a link, but that won't be in the next version.

 

 

 

Peter

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Gavin H recommended laptop feature which I agree it would be really useful thing. if zero88 engineers will make this feature I recommend that they take a look how yamaha m7cl digital mixing console have this solved. it is the whole mixing desk on computer. my friend has that console and he mixes thing directly from computer. i have tried it too and it is really great.

 

regards

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Is there a way to use more than one screen to see lot of informations? On a leapfrog if I use the palettes i have my touch screen completely in use.

So i can’t see the memories, subs (ok they are on the sub-displays) but also very important – the output-window!

 

If i can use a PC / laptop to view some of these informations it would be very helpful.

 

Carl

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Hi Carl

 

The way I do this on the Leap Frog is to open the windows I want at the time by pressing the Memories, Outputs, etc buttons when I want to see that information. The Frog 2 has 2 monitor displays, as does ORB.

 

We have discussed adding the ability to view displays on a PC application at a later date. Your comments have been added to the discussion.

 

I hope this helps,

 

 

Peter

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