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With Tracking set to Yes, cues are programmed to contain the changes required.

Generally speaking a fixture is any DMX controlled device which requires more than one DMX channel to control all the functions available. As all palettes have the same data structure and may contain fixture parameter data from any combination of attributes, it is also possible to move a palette from one attribute to another, for example: The desk software automatically assigns the programmable cue stacks to the pages of playbacks ie page 1 has cue stacks 1 – 10, page 2 has cue stacks 11 – 20 … page has cue stacks — Setup is intended to give you access to the core settings for the ORB.

Copying Cue Stacks To copy a cue stack from one location to another enter the following command: Example — Fan V Mode Fixture 3 locked: You can change this selection as required before saving the data to the palette.

These faders are generally used when programming, as they negate the need to use smart tag to record the contents of that submaster into a cue moving a group fader tags the channels in that group.

Page 87 Programming Controlling Position Parameters The position parameters of the selected fixture s are controlled using the control wheels. Once released from a previous page, the submasters become available on the new page. The ORB series has four sets of palettes.

It is recommended but not mandatory that the Output Window is displayed on one of the monitor screens when programming cues, palettes etc. Defaults — Set up the default behaviour of each programmable area, including delay and fade times for each attribute Intensity, Colour, Beamshape, Position. Absolute Mode When several fixtures are selected and a fixture parameter is adjusted using a control wheel, the adjusted parameter for all the selected fixtures goes to the vhauvet absolute value.

When the Update Options Window is displayed – the attribute selection bar initially shows red tagged for each attribute in which one or legehd parameters of that attribute are tagged in the programmer and grey none for those attributes where no parameters are tagged.


Chauet Shots is set to zero, the chase runs continuously. With a PC connected to the network with the desk and the PDA, load up an internet browser and type in http: It features a Watt LED and motorized focus that will let you project bright crisp gobos from n This fader can be useful to synchronise multiple playback methods in time with music. Selecting Fixtures Controlling Intensity Parameters Before fixtures can be controlled by the desk they need to be selected. Submaster Flash Buttons functionality only work completely when using the internal playbacks as submasters.

In the case of a cue, you effectively load the cue into the programmer, modify it and update it. To disengage this function, press the flash or GO button again. These playbacks can function in one of two ways — as Cue Lists also known as Cue Stacksor as Submasters.

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Intensity channels and Attribute channels Colour, Beam and Position. If you have not yet set this on the fixtures themselves, press the [Next Address] button and the desk will calculate a DMX address for you based on the existing patch information. Two touch screens can be connected to the desk via VGA and USB ports as an option to provide you with easier input facilities.

Within the Fixture Library, the ORB series is told which channels control which parameters of the fixture. The bottom bank of MFFs can be used as Playbacks. If the console is set to be the backup device, it will go into a suspended status where you will not be able to operate the controls on the front panel, until such a time as the master console disconnects or fails in any way.

Default fade and delay times for Intensity, Colour, Beamshape and Position are defined in Desk Setup, and can be adjusted if required, prior to programming cues. Using the Control Wheel The Intensity channel of a fixture can also be adjusted by control wheel. Programming a palette is simple and similar to recording a cue. This system is ideal for visualisation PCs as it negates the need for an additional box in the middle, however this system has its drawbacks — it is not possible to use DHCP configuration, and it is not possible to connect more than one device in this manner.


Cues on the ORB can be programmed into any of the cue stacks. Set Date – Press the [Set Date] key on the monitor. Note that intensity adjustment on the wheel is relative by default which means that if a range of fixtures are selected with different original values, the movement of the wheel will be applied to each fixture individually eg each fixture will increase or decrease by a percentage from its original value.

If you have used Add Fixtures then you will need to define a unique number for the fixture. The Grand Master level is displayed on the monitor screen task bar. Note — Deleting Cues Since the ORB desk is a tracking based console, deleting a cue from a cue stack could possibly affect other cues in that stack. The Preview Group Window lists all the fixtures that are contained in the selected group in the form of a table, displaying the fixture name, user fixture number, Manufacturer and Fixture Type.

Once you have finished playing back cues, it is important to release the cue stack. Attribute Selection Bar The fourth row of buttons is the Attribute Selection Bar and indicates which parameters will be recorded for each of the different attributes Intensity, Position, Colour, Beamshape and Effects. The pages of playbacks are automatically assigned to the cue stacks in numerical order ie Page 1 contains cue stacks 1 — 10, Page 2 has cue stacks 11 — 20, up to Page which has cue stacks — The Edit Cue Name popup is displayed on the touch screen see below.

By default, Universe 1 is selected. The parameter is programmed at the same value as previous blocked. This chapter contains an overview of the capabilities and controls of the ORB series.

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This includes cues, chases and effects. Consider this a reference section, which can be referred to when needed whilst learning and programming the consoles. The Patch Fixture popup window is displayed on the monitor legfnd.

Half Screen Left 6. To convert a playback into a submaster on ORB: