The Plot Panel is the place where you put fixtures to describe your light environment. A plot can handle only 1 universe, so 512 channels.
Usine can handle several plots at the same time. Each plot is calculated independently and is associated to an Artnet Universe or an USB device.
Displays all the DMX channels used in the plot.
Clears the content of the selected object to make it empty.
Opens a file of the selected object saved previously.
Saves the selected object as a file with a new name.
Undo the last operation.
Redo the last operation.
Adds a new fixtures-group to the current plot.
Clears all the plots of the current workspace.
Opens a set of plots previously saved.
Saves all the plots as a set.
Enables or disables disable the plot panel
When disabled the plot is not calculated
Displayed caption of the object. Click to enter a new name.
Art-net universe number. See Art-net DMX specifications for more info.
In Usine the first universe is 0.
IP address of the connected ArtNet device.
Set this to 127.0.0.1 for localhost.
All ArtNet packets are sent in broadcast mode (to all connected clients). Depending on the router this option can cause much slower speeds. This option is only necessary under certain conditions where a broadcast is required.
Mask used when broadcast is activated.
Can be used to restrict the broadcast range.
When ON Usine always send ArtNet DMX packets on the network according the setup-panel-tab-light DMX framerate, even if nothing has changed. Otherwise (when OFF) packets are sent only if a value has changed changed.
List of all ArtNet devices available on the network.
Click on the available device to set the IP address.
Number of the USB device (as shown in the setup-panel-tab-light outputs), where DMX packets are sent for this plot.
Launches a test procedure of the ArtNet network. It sends a slow chaser on all channels of the current plot.
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