Grouping fixtures should be helpful to you. See the attached video. Am I right, does it fit your needs?
That does help for selecting all of my lights that are together to change color or dimness, but I still can't find a way to be able to have control over each section of lights.
Example : When I select Left White, the light comes on. Good. The problem is when I select Center White to turn on, Left White goes off.
The only way I can see doing this is to create a program for every single light cue, and just change what I need. But that is a lot of work, and a lot of programs.
Thank you for the help on grouping though, that does help me out in another way.
"Example : When I select Left White, the light comes on. Good. The problem is when I select Center White to turn on, Left White goes off" - sorry, but can't imagine what you're saying. Could you please make a video of it?
On Video 1 is the example above.
Video 2 is the only way I can think to keep the previous light on, and just add another light to it.
I was looking for a way to run 2 programs at the same time, until I basically turn one program of.
I hope this helps clear things up.
Oh, now I see. In this case you should make a new program with left and central stage lights on. Let me know if it is not clear - I will make a short video.
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I am running a mobile theater lighting show. So I have "left stage" light on, and nothing else. Is there any way to turn on "center stage" light keep both lights running at the same time.
I currently have a program made up for every color or fade that I need for all my front stage lights. I am wanting a way to control each light individually from each other. So I could turn each light on or off, or to a different wash color, without affecting the other lights.