This year there’s one more reason to linger in Las Vegas after LDI is over.
Medialon is offering free training on its newly-launched Manager 4 Show Control Software to LDI attendees who remain in Las Vegas after the convention. The two-day, complimentary course will be held October 23 and 24 on the premises of PRG Las Vegas. During the Sessions, Medialon engineers will provide students with the technical skills required to set up and program a show control system based on the latest Manager 4 software release.
The course is targeted to show technicians, freelancers, and end-user technicians who are responsible for programming and running show control systems in live events or permanent installations. Places are limited, so those interested in attending are encouraged to register online now.
Upon completion of the course students will be able to describe the features and requirements of a show control system based on Medialon Manager software, set up software and hardware required for a show control system using Medialon Manager software, program shows, develop custom interfaces and logical treatments in complex show control applications, and run and maintain the show control system.
Medialon recently debuted Manager 4 which builds on the benefits and legacy of Manager V3 software while adding revolutionary new features developed after three years of R&D.
Manager 4 software controls and synchronizes digital audio and video, lighting dimmers and desks, matrix switchers, image processors, videowalls, lasers, fireworks, special effects and more–all over one network. It offers frame-accurate synchronization, a new programming GUI designed to ease and reduce programming time with drag-and-drop and programming wizard, and a workspace which can be adapted to users’ needs. In addition, its graphical programming and customizable user interface adapts to meet customers’ needs and allows development of sophisticated locked applications.
For permanent installations, Manager 4 includes a built-in GUI editor for creating a customized user interface on local screens or remote standard touch panels over Wi-fi running Windows® and Medialon Panel, a free touchscreen interface editor.
Manager 4 also introduces new MRC technology, which permits the control of hundreds of devices no matter what control hardware is used. MRC enables offline programming as well.
With attendance limited, early registration will ensure a place at Medialon’s free Manager 4 software course.