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The Automated Lighting Programmer's Handbook, 3rd Edition by Brad Schiller

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Index

Page numbers in italic refer to figures. Page numbers in bold refer to tables.

  1. advanced programming: automation types 92; creating layout 77, 778; default values 736; graphical selection 767; magic sheets and layouts 769, 77; MIDI connection 8791, 88, 90, 91; overview 73; pixel mapping 80, 801; timecode 847, 85, 86; visualization 814, 84

  2. aircraft landing lights (ACLs) 68

  3. Allen, Butch 152

  4. amateur programmer 7

  5. ANSI standard protocol 109

  6. apprentice programmer 78

  7. architectural installations 124, 124

  8. artistry of lighting programmers 12

  9. aspect parameter 97

  10. automated lighting concepts: basics 39; bump/snap change 16; color mixing 1718; crossfade 16; DMX–512 language 14; DMX protocols 14; fixture modes 1416, 1516; HTP/LTP precedence ...

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