New May 5, 2014 Update Offers Easier Programming Features To Easy-to-use DMX Software
ADJ has revealed that their popular myDMX 2.0, DMX control software, has four new updates to it’s May 5, 2014 release. myDMX 2.0 is an industry leading, affordable solution for Lighting Designers and DJs to control small to mid-size lighting set-ups. The new features include: Multi-Beam Programming, Multi Pan & Tilt Programming, New Midi & Easy Remote Shortcut Keys & Display Undefined Presets.
Here is a brief description of each of the new features:
myDMX 2.0 now has full multi-beam RGB control for any fixture. There is no need to split up a profile when patching. It’s all integrated into one making programming multi-beam effects smoother and less cumbersome.
Multi Pan & Tilt Programming:
Similar to Multi-beam Programming. There is no need to split up a profile when patching multiple pan and tilt channels.
Shortcut Keys for Midi & Easy Remote:
New Short cut and Easy Remote commands for the Previous/Next/Play buttons will now allow users to simply use next and previous functions and play/pause like buttons remotely.
Display Undefined Presets:
More miscellaneous fixture information is now easily accessible. In the older version it would not appear.
“We are very excited to offer this new update to myDMX 2.0,” said Alfred Gonzales, national sales manager of ADJ USA. “I believe lighting designers and DJs will be happy with these new updates, making programming easier and more flexible. I also think it shows our continued dedication to the myDMX software platform.”
myDMX 2.0 is available for MAC and Windows. The new May 5, 2014 update may be downloaded for free from the company’s web site: http://www.americandj.com/ProductDetails.aspx?Category=&ItemNumber=2114
For a video tutorial of these new features click here:
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