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QLab 4 Show Control, 2nd Edition by Jeromy Hopgood

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19 Light Cues

 

 

 

Once your lighting system has been set up and QLab is configured to communicate with it, the next step is actually writing some cues. For those who have experience with QLab and are approaching lighting as an extension of the normal QLab command system, the addition of lights is not a difficult leap. If, however, you are coming to QLab for the first time from a traditional lighting console background, there will be a bit of an adjustment period. The following chapter covers how to use the Light Cue and addresses some basic workflow concerns for acclimating yourself to this cue type.

19.1 — Inserting a Light Cue

A Light Cue must first be inserted into your workspace in order to command any attributes of your lighting system. ...

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