for all items - cues, subs, groups, dimmers, fixtures, attributes,
etc., with or without alpha keyboard.
and LTP channels
Preset Palettes - Desk, Focus, Color, and Beam. 999 presets
for each Category or 3996 focus presets
Fixture Attribute Ranges
= Level/Rate and Pan/Tilt
Flash for OS and on-board file storage
Drive for storage and software updates
Ports for flash drive, keyboard, or mouse
Remote Video and Control
ArtNet, and BSR E1.3 1 ACN Streaming
- DMX, Autopatch, Autofocus
MIDI Show Control
Version for creating shows away from the console. Win95/98/ME/XP/2000
and Vista compatible.
Rendition Series consoles provide classic theater control from two-scene
manual to full memory control with multiple cue lists. 24/48 and
48/96 two-scene control models are available with up to 1536 memory
channels in 125, 250, and 512 channel configurations plus 1024 ML
channels. The consoles have two playback pairs, 24 submasters, trackball
control, and includes full moving light control capability with
16-bit fades, LTP, focus presets, color picker, predefined ranges,
automatic fixture groups, fixture library, and built-in fixture
Rendtition has Ethernet support for
2048 outputs using ArtNet, PathPort, or BSR E1.31 ACN Streaming
protocols. Additional Ethernet support includes remote video/control
and wireless focus remote on PocketPC.
Rendition supports Cast Lighting's
WYSIWYG Perform and Perform CE with features for visualization,
AutoPatch, and AutoFocus control from WYSIWYG.
The console has a graphical user interface
with keyboard and mouse point and click operation. Inside the
console is an industrial processor with powerful Intel core and
reliable Flash-based hard drive for operating system and on-board
show storage. USB flash key support is provided for show backup
and software updates.
The series features an offline version
for WindowsXP which when run with WYSIWYG provides full offline
pre-cue of a show.
The Rendition is a sophisticated
and versatile console that meets the lighting control needs from
school productions to the professional stage - for a new generation
of light board operators.