British lighting console and media server manufacturer Avolites, will showcase the latest software upgrades to the brand’s lighting console range, Titan, and media server range, Ai.
Lighting console upgrade Titan v10.1 is now available for users to download for free on all Avolites consoles. The upgrade includes new features such as Scene Mode and BPM Master, a mode that ensures all chases and effects remain at the same tempo and in synch. With BPM Master, effects including key frame shapes can now be assigned numerous beats per cycle. V10.1 has been a huge success and has been used at various international festivals since its launch including Glastonbury and The National Theatre’s River Stage Weekenders.
Avolites will also be demonstrating video software upgrade Ai v10, to the brand’s popular Ai media server range. V10 supports multiple Notch real-time effects blocks running within a project, video sharing feature Spout and includes new projection mapping tool, MeshWarp. This feature is a combination of Projective Keystone and Grid Warp, and enables users to automatically warp content to match the projection surface. Timeline is also a major addition in v10’s arsenal and provides control of video in a timecode environment and simultaneous live control. The software is popular with 360° projection specialists GaiaNova and is being used across the globe by Australian video
"We develop our products alongside our users to ensure the products are relevant and continue to enable their creative visions," explains Stephen Baird-Smith, Avolites Sales Manager.
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