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Edward- Z88

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  1. No problem - if you have any questions let us know. Edward
  2. Hi Pascal, Welcome to the Zero 88 Forum. That's great, really glad to hear you have a new FLX S48. Yes it is - if you have an active DVI-D to VGA adapter you will be able to use your VGA monitor. The passive DVI to VGA adapters will not work. For more information see the link below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/desktops-windows/external-display Once connected, as it isn't a touchscreen you will be able to connect a mouse to navigate the external monitor. I hope this helps, if there's anything else we can help with just let us know. Edward
  3. Hi Neil, No problem! Yes definitely helps typing in commands rather than using the UI when it comes to needing lots of macros in a cue. The Auto (with first cue) idea is logged on our software tracking system, as reference number ZOS-10724. If you have any questions let us know. Edward
  4. Hi Don, There is no Zoom invert option available on the console. By default the zoom parameter will be controlled how the fixture manufacturer design it - whether that be wide at 100%, or spot at 100%. You can however choose the "Invert Output" check box in the Fixture Editor software for any parameter. You could therefore do this for the Zoom parameter of your fixture. Choosing a special of "Zoom" for a parameter, allows the console to apply it to the Zoom automatic effects. Hope this helps, Edward
  5. Hi Don, As @kgallen explains, the Image Manager is part of the Fixture Editor, not a stand alone program. It can be used to show you all the images used by fixtures in the current fixture file. To edit the gobo images of a gobo parameter, go to the properties of the gobo parameter of a fixture, and then go to the details tab at the top. You can then edit the details, including loading images to a detail. Hope this helps, Edward
  6. Hi Neil, No problem at all! You could do this, by triggering a cue using a macro, and then have a delay time on the cue you are triggering. See the Advanced section below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/cues-playbacks/cue-settings/cue-macros Hope this helps, if you have any questions let me know. Edward
  7. Hi Mac, Connecting a laptop to the console running the ZerOS Monitor app for windows, is done in exactly the same way as connecting an iPad running the ZerOS Monitor app. For more information see the link below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/networking/using-the-remote-apps For more information on auto palettes, as opposed to palettes you record manually, see here... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/palettes/automatic-palettes Hope this helps, Edward
  8. Hi Mac, No problem, look forward to seeing you on the training. Edward
  9. Hi Mac, This is a bit of a spoiler for the training Firstly, as a prerequisite to most of this, I am assuming SmartTag is off. For most of this you're going to want to be pretty picky with what gets recorded where. For more information on SmartTag, see below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/cues-playbacks/record-options/snapshot-smarttag If I have a completely fresh console, and have an event I need to light in very limited time, first thing I would do is get the rigged patch, preferably by RigSync if it is decent RDM kit. Otherwise, get all the info you can, and sta
  10. Hi Joel, The way ZerOS works, is that a playback will always have its own physical fader. There is therefore no central pool these playbacks live in, prior to being assigned a fader, in the way that some consoles work. This ensures that playback number 2, will always live on playback fader number 2, for example. On FLX S24 you have 48 (plus the master) playbacks to play with. I don't know your exact configuration, but as a generalisation let's say the first 12 playbacks are general lighting, and the next 12 are for your intro songs. This leaves playbacks 25-48 on page two free,
  11. Hi Mac, The most time consuming part of these situations, is simply getting the fixtures patched, let alone thinking about starting to program them. If the fixtures are RDM, RigSync will sort this out, otherwise it will be a case of working out what fixtures you have, and if they are in an existing suitable address and mode, getting them patched in. Fixture swap-out/change/morph/replace is ultimately all the same thing - the ability for the console to replace an existing fixture in the show, with a different fixture, applying all information such as programming to the new fixtu
  12. Hello, No news on this unfortunately. The ZerOS Remote watch app currently remains incompatible with watchOS 7, due to the changes Apple introduced in watchOS 7. If you have any questions let me know. Edward
  13. Couldn’t agree more. Fundamentally it is down to your particular system, and if there are benefits to powering the console after the devices you’re controlling then that makes sense. The only “rule” we would advise is to ensure the console is earthed prior to connecting other devices to it. If you get into more complex network systems, you can easily get into the situations where you may have multiple controllers, and so of course the order the system is powered will be down to the system design. If you are using DMX relays to power the fixtures in the rig, such as our RigSwitch cabi
  14. Hello, Thanks for you email, I will reply shortly. If you have any questions let me know. Edward
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