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  1. I'm always been interested in hooking up lights to DMX, but avoided it because it seemed confusing and complicated. A friend of mine showed me a software called Vezer which seemed much more simplified to program and keyframe DMX lights, similar to keyframing in Premiere Pro. But it only works on Mac and I'm a PC guy. Any recommendations on PC software like Vezer that I could look into? I have an Arri L7-C that I will be practicing with.
  2. I'm always been interested in hooking up lights to DMX, but avoided it because it seemed confusing and complicated. A friend of mine showed me a software called Vezer which seemed much more simplified to program and keyframe DMX lights, similar to keyframing in Premiere Pro. But it only works on Mac and I'm a PC guy. Any recommendations on PC software like Vezer that I could look into? I have an Arri L7-C that I will be practicing with.
  3. Update "Color Menu" Kino Flo Select LED DMX Kino Flo Lighting Systems incorpora una actualización al controlador balastro electrónico de las pantallas Kino Flo Select LED DMX. Con esta nueva actualización se incorpora un nuevo menú en el controlador, denominado “Menú de color”. Este incluye 3 canales más (Control de Geles, Ángulo HUE o Ángulo de tono y canal de Saturación). Este complemento nos permite poseer un control casi total sobre el color: - El canal “Geles” dispone de más de 100 gelatinas predeterminadas (cada uno de un color y una saturación específica), pudiendo prescindir de los filtros de gelatina externos. - El canal “Ángulo de Tono” o “Ángulo Hue” nos ofrece la posibilidad de utilizar cualquier grado de color dentro de los 360° disponibles en el Arco Iris. - El canal “Saturación” nos permitirá escoger la intensidad de color de un matiz específico. Además, se amplía el rango de temperatura de color, de 2500K a 9900K. Más información aquí.
  4. Hey all- Sometimes whilst reading AC I'll find that gaffers on bigger sets put together sweet wireless iPhone-controlled DMX systems. Have any of you done this yourselves, on smaller budgets or for smaller sets? I think it would be really cool to have at my disposal. Here's a post I just put together on my website about it: http://robertboscacci.com/2014/02/11/dmx/ Let me know if I'm just wasting my time/money. -Rob
  5. Full disclosure: I work for Dracast in San Jose, CA. We started a 50% off clearance sale on some of our studio LED lighting for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The promotion went so well that we're continuing it through December. You can find our discounted products here: http://dracast.com/december-specials.html Happy Holidays!
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