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Jon Hole

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  2. Thanks Kevin - sounds like a very typical setup for ZerOS users so it's great to hear the new features are being used and appear to be appreciated!
  3. How are you finding the updated filter data and the updated colour algorithms when using a mixed rig of LEDs and “real” gels?
  4. Hopefully they are, they’d love to hear this!
  5. Also worth noting that Philips Hue will only be available on FLX S, FLX and ZerOS Server. It will not be available on Solution Series, ORB Series, SCD Server Pro or Leapfrog 48 & 96. KiNet and Vision.Net will be available across all platforms.
  6. It’s not “slow”, but you just can’t guarantee a simultaneous fade on DMX luminaires and Hue luminaires will be perfectly in sync. We’re still working on tidying it up, so performance might improve.
  7. You connect and “pair” to a Hue Bridge, and then all connected luminaires are automatically patched (just like RigSync). Once complete, you control the fixtures like any other fixtures. However, it’s worth noting that you don’t see the same speed and responsiveness that you do with DMX based luminaires.
  8. I’m allowed to have a few secrets Vision.Net is the natural progression from our previous iCAN architectural integration - with the benefit that you don’t need additional hardware (so it works on all ZerOS consoles). We’ve had multiple requests from customers and team (especially those across the pond) for this integration. KiNet opens a few new doors, especially for ZerOS Server. Philips Hue is just fun
  9. I mean, the rules are very lax, so sure - why not!
  10. ZerOS 7.11 has been released which fulfils "Colour mixing with mutli-emiter LEDs (eg, Amber, UV, Lime, Cyan etc)" - so I've removed this option from the poll. At the time, it was at 8.83% with 25 votes, making it the highest voted feature.
  11. Edward was referring to the 3rd option in the poll - "Discrete timings on FLX (apply specific timings to specific parameters)" - so if this is a feature that you'd like to see, vote for that one Yes, they run as two completely independent cues, just at the same time rather than after each other. It's the equivalent of "Part Cues" on other consoles (when I use them, I have my first cue as Cue X, and then use point cues for the Auto-With cues, so Cue X.1, Cue X.2 etc). Just make sure you don't tag the same parameters in both cues (and definitely don't use snapshot!).
  12. (As a side note: you can already achieve this with two seperate cues, by setting the second cue to go "Auto With" the first cue).
  13. Thanks for your comments! We really do value them. Can you detail how you'd want this to work? Intensities are a single parameter either fading "up" and "down", but colour can be multiple parameters that are just "changing". Similar for gobos, positions, etc. If you could go into some detail of what you would like the end result to be, that would be really helpful. We're hoping to have some news about a fixture builder later in the year. We discuss this every-so-often, and it's certainly not impossible... but we don't have a roadmap for this yet, and I don't foresee it coming soon (and I say this as a Mac user... so I'm invested in this idea!!!).
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