Some Wicked Sequencing

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  1. smartalec

    smartalec Im a SmartAlec what can i say! Community Project Designer

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    Kinda makes ya wanna haul in a fuselage and plop it in your yard to deck out....
     
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    I never get sick of watching this. #sequencegoals
     
  4. bjpc2716

    bjpc2716 need more lights to light up the world

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    nice one alec
     
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    bluzervic 65,768 Channels, 185 Universes

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    now where did I place my old 747 fuselage ::)
     
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    bjpc2716 need more lights to light up the world

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    Skunberg Full Time Elf

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    That was a DC9, smaller and easier to move.
     
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    Nice effects
     
  9. EmmienLightFan

    EmmienLightFan One of few displays in the UK

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    Quite nice.
    It was done by a professional A/V company, who probably used time code and something like a GrandMA 2 console or MagicQ.

    Programming like that takes ages. Effects are generated automatically and the exact time for each cue to start is set, then several systems which use time code all stay in sync.

    IMHO, our method of sequencing is much, much better. Having a visual timeline really helps. I have been doing lights for a school show, and I actually thought about triggering FPP or LOR from MagicQ PC for some epic lights to music stuff. Instead, I will just have tons and tons of lighting cues and chases.
     

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