Pixout comprehensive video tutorials. Whether you’re an experienced user or new to our innovative lighting solutions, our step-by-step guides will lead you through the process of utilizing Pixout’s features to their fullest extent.
How to control the Pixout ArtNet DMX Recorder from a PC
Discover how to control Pixout’s Artnet DMX Recorder from your PC. The Recorder model S-100 is a standalone, waterproof device that operates on the Artnet DMX protocol, supporting up to 64 universes. With a robust IP68-protected enclosure, it is suitable for any weather condition and installation scenario. Connect it to your PC via Ethernet, configure the IP address, and access the user panel to adjust cuelist brightness, play/stop cue, and settings. For advanced functionality, access the Admin panel to create custom cuelists, record cues, and configure triggering options. Additionally, configure wireless access for added convenience.
How to record cue from the MADRIX software to the Pixout ArtNet Recorder
In this tutorial, We will explore how to record cues from the MADRIX software to the Pixout ArtNet Recorder. Using the indoor version of the Pixout Recorder I-100, Let’s connect it to Ethernet and initiate the recording process. First of all, ensure synchronization between MADRIX and Pixout. Then, configure the patch and fixture settings, and finally, record ArtNet DMX data into the recorder. Now, we can seamlessly control the lighting without the need for expensive hardware (like a lighting desk) or 3rd software, making Pixout a compact and efficient standalone solution.
How to trigger cueslist by MIDI from the Pixout ArtNet DMX Recorder
In our previous video, we learned how to record cues from the MADRIX software to the Pixout Recorder. Now, let’s explore different ways to trigger these cues. You can use HTTP/UDP, Time scheduler, Android/Apple apps, GPIO pins, Artnet triggering, or Artnet DMX, MIDI triggering. In this demonstration, we use a USB Akai Professional MIDI board and MIDI protocol for triggering.
Using Raspberry PI as ArtNet DMX Recorder
Use either Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+/4 or CM4 with an SD card and Pixout firmware for creating an ArtNet DMX Recorder. Download the firmware, flash it onto the SD card, insert it into the Raspberry Pi, and power it on for initialization. For custom branding, contact us for a special firmware version. Enjoy the seamless integration of Raspberry Pi with Pixout ArtNet DMX Recorder.
How to use Zones (or Layers) in Pixout ArtNet DMX Recorder
Pixout introduces a feature called Zones (or Layers) in the Pixout ArtNet DMX Recorder. This functionality allows users to combine two cues into a new one with layers and priority. Let’s dive into how it works
How to control the Pixout ArtNet DMX Recorder from an Android smartphone
To control the recorder using your smartphone, you first need to install the Pixout Remote application from Google Play. Once installed, enter the IP address of your Recorder device in the app. After establishing the connection, you can easily play and change cues from your mobile phone. Additionally, you have the option to change the image for each cuelist. It’s a quick and convenient solution for controlling the Pixout Recorder remotely.
With these resources at your disposal, you can confidently explore the full potential of the Pixout system and unlock creative possibilities for your lighting and visual projects. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to expand your knowledge and elevate your Pixout experience. Check out our video tutorials today and embark on an exciting journey of discovery and mastery. Happy learning!