The company has also begun 2011 by instigating a programme of Engineering Training Days designed to broaden knowledge of control protocols and system selection.
In response to the popularity of the two-universe Two-Play Art-Net Recorder and Playback Controller, Artistic Licence Engineering has released Two-Play XT, a new development which complements the original and supports both DMX and Art-Net.
In addition, the company has announced that both Two-Play (Art-Net) and Two-Play XT (Art-Net and DMX) now include KiNet and E1.31 transmission, with improved trigger options including ‘wild card’ time, day trigger and specific date triggers.
Two-Play and Two-Play XT’s more sophisticated DMX triggers monitor DMX channels and can play back single or multiple shows. Playback can also be initiated via Art-Net macros so multiple Two-Play units can be used ‘in sync’ while being controlled from a central source.
Many hours of show playback can be recorded onto the internal memory card from a DMX512 input (XT only) or Art-Net source. Up to six shows can be played back simultaneously and transmitted to Ethernet, Art-Net or DMX universes.
In a separate development, Artistic Licence Integration’s MD, Wayne Howell, has instigated a programme of designed to broaden the knowledge of control protocols, consider how to choose the right tools for the job, and achieve optimum results from the products available.
All Training Days will be offered free of charge. The first Art-Net Training Session will take place at the Artistic Licence Engineering offices in Harrow, North London, on 23 February 2011, 9.30am – 1.30pm. The training will encompass Art-Net and its uses, along with details on the full range of Artistic Licence Engineering Art-Net products.