launches Lightwright 4™, the newest version of John McKernon’s paperwork software tool that has become the standard of the entertainment lighting industry.
Lightwright was named one of the “Products that Changed Our World” by Lighting Dimensions Magazine in 2002, and Version 4 was awarded the LDI 2002 Promising Prototype award for software. I have used earlier versions of Lightwright and have observed its growth over the years into the program that every lighting designer, and more importantly, every assistant lighting designer and electrician should have on their computers. The recent improvements promise to make everyone’s life easier and easier to read than some designers’ chicken scratch on a yellow legal pad.
Lightwright has been used on over 90% of all Broadway shows over the last 10 years and gives designers and electricians sophisticated tools for tackling the enormously complicated job of compiling and maintaining lighting paperwork. Simply put, there is no other software that handles lighting paperwork like Lightwright does, and that’s why it is the professional’s choice.
New features in Lightwright 4 include:
Up to 30,000 worksheet rows
Up to 6,000 purposes, 6,000 positions, 6,000 colors, etc.
62 universes of DMX
100 moving light libraries per show
Stores accessories, weights, symbols, and template holder sizes
Work notes database includes work note, status, and category
Integrated focus chart database including notes, sketches, and photos
Decimal attributes for channels, dimmers, and unit numbers
Worksheet changes flagged automatically
User-definable watermarks to customize printouts
New reports, error checks, and user definable categories
New student version
City Theatrical, Inc. is a Bronx, New York, based manufacturer of unique lighting accessories and winner of 20 product and business awards in the last eight years. Products include the award-winning WDS Wireless Dimming System™, AutoYoke®, and Lightwright 4™, as well as an extensive catalog of theatrical lighting accessories.
For further information, check out the City Theatrical website at: www.citytheatrical.com