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The DMX Chart Input Tab Workbook - Version 4.0
This workbook helps you enter into the Input Tab, ten different fixture types.
This workbook is a great place to start if you are new to The DMX Chart. After all ten fixture types are entered into The DMX Chart, the workbook explores how the fixture types get posted on The Fixture Type Schedule, The DMX Controlled Fixture Types Tab, The Channel Check Tab, and The DMX Used Tab.
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The 3 data boxes include: The DMX Controlled and Conventional's data box, The DMX Controlled Fixture Types data box, and the Conventional Fixture Type data box. The Input Instructions are listed in a collapsible list on the Input Tab.
The DMX Controlled & Conventional data box consists of the Show Name Drop Down Menu, the Position Drop Down Menu, and The Dimmer Specs Drop Down Menu; along with the unit # field, and the notes field. These are the only fields that both types of fixture types (DMX Controlled and Conventional) have in common. Because of this, the DMX Controlled & Conventional data box must always be answered in addition to either the DMX Controlled Fixture Type data box, or the Conventional Fixture Type data box.
The DMX Controlled Fixture Type data box contains fields that are specific only to all fixture types that are controlled by DMX data. For example: your movers, your scrollers, and your foggers. This data box must be answered along with the DMX Controlled & Conventional data box.
The Conventional Fixture Type data box contains fields that are specific only to fixture types that are NOT controlled by DMX data. For example: an ETC source 4 19 degree light. This data box must be answered along with the DMX Controlled & Conventional data box.