New software launches today, based on your suggestions. We hope you like it.
Does your computer meet these system requirement?
If you want to run dot2 3D on your PC, here´s what it take.
Operating system Windows® 7
all with admin rights
Processor CPU Dual Core 2.4 GHz or
faster Intel i7
with SSE2 support
RAM 2 GB 8 GB
Hard disk 32 GB available space type SSD
Graphic card 3D with hardware
acceleration 3 GB graphic RAM
and 1024 MB
Vertex Shader Version 3.0 or
Pixel Shader Version 3.0 or
Resolution 1024 x 768 or higher 1920 x 1080
Network card 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T 1000BASE-T
IBM® compatible PC or notebook necessary.
Additional requirements to use certain features:
• To use the online help and download the latest version of dot2 3D, you need
• To save on a USB stick, you need a USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 port.
We recommend that you visit your PC manufacturer´s website for info about updated
drivers and hardware compatibility.
The current storing functions allow for busking between executers. If you want to block the look completely use the Store Look (MA+Store) method.
Have a play around, I think you should be able to get what you want to happen working.
Al of the fixtures you list are in the current beta fixture library. The only slight query would be the ADJ Flat Par 18 is listed not a Flat Par 18X.
If you need to speak to a fixture that is not included don't worry. We have a nice simple separate application (Mac and Win) that enables you to make your own.
They are available from your MA distributor.
4000016 MA case for dot2 core (by Amptown), also fits two wings
4000017 MA case for dot2 XL console, (by Amptown), also fits three wings or one core plus wing
There is also a smaller one that takes a single wing.
The dot2 onPC and dot2 3D software will be available for public download at some point in April. It should be around 10th April but that's subject to closing off some outstanding bugs.
The Magic button is where the magic - will happen. It is a feature that will get implemented in a later version.
Just to be clear, AutoFix keeps currently active playback loaded when you change page. This ensures that nothing changes on stage. As soon as you pull down the fader of the AutoFixed playback, it gets unfixed automatically and the correct playback for the current page gets correctly loaded.