Chapter 9


The Age of Networking


Network Setup
Networking Basics
Multi-User Programming
Network Backup and Failover
Distributed Processing
DMX Distribution
Remote Access
RDM and What It Means to You
E1.31: The New Frontier
Ease of Use

Almost all automated lighting consoles are capable of some form of networking. Use of networking within the lighting industry is already commonplace, and it is important for a programmer to be familiar with the various uses he or she will come across. While every console manufacturer implements networking in unique methods, they all accomplish similar primary goals including multiuser, backup, distributed processing, DMX distribution, visualizer and media server connectivity, ...

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