BlueLite X1 Screenshots
Device Manager Window
Cue List Window
Event List Window
Cue Editor Window
The cue list window is used to manage all the cues in a show. Here you can change the name, comment, insert, duplicate or delete a cue. (Cues can also be inserted, duplicated once the cue editor is open).
The event list shows the 4 independent event lists. It can be used to preprogram shows running on internal clock or locked to SMPTE timecode. The event lists can also be used in step mode where each event lists run independent from each other. In step mode the time stops running after a fade is completed. To (re)start the event list simply press the space bar.
The device manager window shows you the templates for all lighting fixtures on the left side. To edit a template simply double click on one of the template names, this will open the template editor.
The main window (console) shows all 24 submasters and 4 XY-Fader pairs which represent the 4 event lists. Each submaster can have any cue assigned and can be combined/mixed with the XY-Faders. The submasters can be controlled with any DMX capable console hooked up to the DMX input.
The LivePanel application is a sophisticated chaser designed to be used with the computer keyboard. It utilizes the BlueLite Core, and stores over 1,000 chases/sequences into pages of 48 for single keystroke recall. LivePanel features four independent chasers/sequencers with unlimited steps, and includes a random generator for dance floor and exhibit applications. LivePanel also uses crossfaders and built-in fading logic for smooth transitions in a single keystroke.
The cue editor is where you probably spend most of the time to create looks/cues. The cue editor gives you a very user friendly and intuitive way of control the most complex lighting fixture without having to know anything about DMX channel assignments.
The template editor allows you to create templates for any DMX controllable device. Even the most sofisticated device can be controlled using the BlueLite X1. You can use "Mode Controls", "Position Controls", "Select Controls (combo box)" and of course "Fader Controls". You can also modify existing templates to fit your preferences and needs.Go to our User Forum to share your templates with other users. We might even include your template in our next software release (with your permission of course).
Main Window (Console)
This page last modified on Thursday, March 12, 2015