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Question about Jester 24/48 memories recording DMX In ?


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Hello

 

I'm coming for a other French user.

So he had connect a other DMX console, in the "DMX In" and he want to record in memories. things from Jester console and the other console...

1/ So is it possible to recording DMX Data from a external console ?

2/ There is special things to do ?

3/ If it's possible what are the memories limits ?

 

Thank for your help and this French user

 

Eric

 

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Hi Eric,

9 minutes ago, van den abbeele Eric said:

1/ So is it possible to recording DMX Data from a external console ?

2/ There is special things to do ?

3/ If it's possible what are the memories limits ?

That is correct. If you connect another lighting console into the DMX input of the Jester, you can store the DMX input state into a memory or submaster on Jester.

See page 20 of the manual for more information...

https://zero88.com/storage/downloads/7d3249f0-bde3-471d-8830-d4253ff0dc06/Jester-Manual-3.4.pdf

Hope this helps,

Edward

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Hi Eric,

9 minutes ago, van den abbeele Eric said:

Just a other question about "DMX IN"

Jester Fader use for exemple channels 1 to 48. A other console in DMX in use 49 to 96. So the Jester quand record Chanels 1 to 96 ?

When you store a scene, all 512 incoming DMX channels, and the Jester's current channels, are stored.

If the other DMX console is outputting channels 49-96, and you store this to a memory or submaster, you will store a scene where 1 to 48 are the Jester's levels, 49-96 are the incoming levels, and 97-512 are at 0.

5 minutes ago, van den abbeele Eric said:

Last question about Jester Manuel 3.4, and last OS version 4.1 ... 

News things about Manual and Jester OS ?

Jester manual v3.4 is correct as per JesterOS 4.1, which is the latest software for Jester consoles.

Hope this helps,

Edward

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