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Can CQC be used for controlling theatrical lighting and special effects
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It's not terribly complicate. For simple, one way control, say to invoke scenes with a fade time, you could do a PDL driver for that I'd guess. The 'human readable' protocol, though many companies think it's a good idea, actually makes for a really bad protocol, because a computer isn't human, and having to parse through that text, without any known structure for the lines, could be a mess.
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RE: Can CQC be used for controlling theatrical lighting and special effects - by Dean Roddey - 09-10-2017, 05:49 PM

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