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Upcoming Titan Webinars
Thursday 7th – Programming Playbacks
This webinar will go into details about how to create looks and record them. There are many options on how to control faders once recorded to, which will be useful for operating.
Thursday 14th – Programming Chases
Chases are popular to use especially for live events such as touring gigs. We will be focussing on what chases are, how to create one and ways to run and edit them.
Thursday 21st– Q&A Webinar
This will be our monthly webinar dedicated to a questions and answers session on our Titan software. So any questions you have about any functions etc can be asked here! Any queries regarding help and support won’t be answered here and should be emailed to email@example.com
Thursday 28th - Programming Shapes
Avolites have 3 shape engines, allowing the user to have more options when it comes to creating the perfect look. In this webinar we will explain how to use two of these enginer, the Shape Generator and Keyframe shapes.
Thursday 5th - Advanced Patching and Customising Fixture Defaults
We’ve had a looking at basic patching, but there are more options in the patch menu, that allow you to quickly solve issues such as needing to re patch a fixture or exchange fixture types. As well as this, we will go into some more detail about customising fixture default attribute values, for functions such as locate and highlight states.
Thursday 19th – Clear Functions and Editing Fixture Information
In this webinar we will focus on more options the ‘clear’ function can do, allowing you to clear certain fixtures from a look, without having to re do it again. Another useful topic will be explained that allows you to edit fixture information. If there is a fixture that has been rigged incorrectly, you can edit the information within the patch menu, saving you time having to update your pre-programmed show.
Friday 27th – Q&A Busking Tips Webinar
This monthly questions and answers webinar is dedicated to any queries regarding busking. So any questions you have can be asked here! Any queries regarding help and support won’t be answered here and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 3rd – Times and Programming and Operating Blind
Some elements of this webinar will be similar to the pervious one, but will be focussed on doing live timings for palettes, as well as pre programmer timings and pre-setting palette times. Whilst focussing on live tips, we will finish the webinar looking at how you can continue to program blindly (without outputting) as well as a recent feature (Scene Master), that enables you to set up looks first before out putting.
Tuesday 7th – Cloning Fixtures and Import
There is a function that allows you copy fixtures and all of its information called fixture cloning. This is particularly useful when you have pre programme a show and arrive to a venue to find out there are more fixtures there to be included in your show. We will be looking into this function as well as ways to import other items such as looks and palettes from a different show. This will save you a lot of time!
Wednesday 15th – Masters
All things related to ‘Masters’ will be covered in this webinar, including grand masters, speed masters, size masters and overall fixture group intensity masters. These allow you for example to control the speed for various shapes that have been created.
Thursday 23rd – Q&A Webinar
This will be our monthly webinar dedicated to a questions and answers session on our Titan software. So any questions you have about any functions etc can be asked here! Any queries regarding help and support won’t be answered here and should be emailed to email@example.com.
Friday 1st – Cue Lists Part 1 of 2
Cue lists are commonly used and particularly within the Theatre environment. There are many functions within cue lists, which is why this topic has been split into 2 webinars. This first addition will concentrate on start a cue list from scratch and will include creating, running and editing a cue list.
Friday 8th - Cue Lists Part 2 of 2 and Timecode
This second and final instalment of cue lists will go into more advanced features and functions such as tracking and timecode. Timecode can enable you to have your looks in a cue list, listening to music.
Thursday 15th - Triggering
This webinar will focus on different ways to trigger playbacks using audio, MIDI and DMX. These methods can allow you program a show and have music or sound, triggering certain playbacks in time with the music.
Tuesday 19th – Pixel Mapping with a Festive Twist
The finish off the year we will be covering the last of the 3 shape engines, Pixel Mapping. We will look at how to create a pixel mapping effect as well as how to record it so that effect can be used for more than one type of fixture. A newer feature we will look at will allow us to link fixtures in groups, to shapes that have been recorded on a playback.*Warning!* there will be a use of festive effects, in certain demonstrations during the webinar!
Please be aware that during trade shows and festival season we operate a reduced training programme due to personnel being allocated elsewhere.
As demand increases we may conduct a third session to cater for different time zones.