J.R. Lighting Design

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  • I thought about using pages in that manner, however I'm already breaking my LTP and HTP faders down into pages via what "section" or "theatrical location" of the show I'm in. It's kind of an odd situation having to somewhat busk a dance show but gi…
  • I can see your issue if you're using Hog III PC, (with no touch screens) but on the Road Hog Full Boar, you can simply press the soft key on the touch screen.
  • Are you in fact running "Cue Only"? If, so, then the state of each cue contains hard values for every parameter as you already know. Wholehog OS uses "maintain state" so that when you skip to a cue, tracked values are treated as "pseudo hard value…
  • I feel that the current Wholehog III line is still maturing and that necessary changes can be accomplished through software. Just look at how far it has come already and how many powerful features have been implemented. The hardware is solid, and …
  • I'm not running Vista; I'm still on XP. Unfortunately, the errors prevent me from even loading the original show. There are a whole host of long errors that are displayed on loading the show, but the one that ultimately prevents the show loading i…
  • Oh Right. I always use logical numbering when patching. For instance, acting areas 1-12 "warm" are fixture numbers 1-12 and "cool" are 21-22. But I was just looking for a slick, visual method of selecting individual fixtures directly from the t…
  • The fixture window is really for patching, so when I click on a particular fixture number and hit "@" on the keypad to assign an intensity level, the console thinks I'm patching and the DP patch window pops up. I've always made sure that I had th…
  • Thank you very much Eric! Jason
  • Yes, we used the free RealVNC Application and it works great. Of course there is a slight lag. But basically there was no real configuring of RealVNC from what I recall. Just make sure that the IP address for your computer and for the Mocha VNC…
  • Oh absolutely: The only difference being that in an unstructured show running virtual cuelists, in order to access specific looks that a stage manager may call at his or her whim, you may have to cycle through a bunch of cues or use "goto" to find t…
  • I for one see it both ways. I know a lot of people are surprised when I tell them how much I tend to use virtual scenes, but they can be useful. Scenes seem to be intended to be moved onto IPCB faders, as releasing them in the scene directory ca…
  • I currently have my iPhone functioning as a RFU / General Hog 3 GUI on my phone using the Mocha VNC Lite application from Itunes (which is free) and a VNC server from RealVNC.com running on a Hog 3 PC computer. I can call up channels, position movi…