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Easy view 2006, the ideal “3D real time” simulation to visualize stage and lights simultaneously !

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Post by giancarlo » Mon Sep 21, 2009 8:03 am

when are you gonna make this tool fully working?
1) mesures are not coresponding to a point to point linear mesurement,they are not corect.
2) there is no chance to zoom in ! in this section, the stage is so small that we are not able to see everything !,so we can give a corect mesure to it!
thers no way to import a dwg or to export a dwg,or a pdf file.
3) you didnt make a render option in this tool so whe can get a realy nice picture on the final stage,there are no new type of 3d light models we always have to create them with othere programs!
4) its about 2 years that there is no improvements in this product ?
5) do you think its corect for them who have buyd this product?
6) its a great real time visualizzation product even better than other types of 3d virtual stuff, but its boring every time we send a message with some questions, someone answers like ITS WORKING GREAT!?
7) there is no new tool to import new 3d lights made by ouselfs an make them work with magic easy view?
i think the best way to improve a product is trying to hear the suggestions that people give to you!, surely something could be wrong ,but something could be right!
thanks a lot anyway! for easy view product.
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Re: reports management

Post by simonB » Mon Sep 21, 2009 11:04 am

The 3D visualiser is a simple tool which allows you to quickly and easily view your fixtures and create very simple 3D plans.

We have no current plans for development. There are many expensive visualisers available on the market which contain the added features you require. These visualisers can be used with our lighting control software via DMX.

I will make a note of your suggestions and forward them to the developers when we get around to updating the visualiser in a few years time.
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Re: reports management

Post by giancarlo » Mon Sep 21, 2009 12:07 pm

thanx a lot fo giving a response!
but the tools you have puted inside your program are not working corectly if you could make these tools work in the right way it would be a great thing!
only the zoom window in reports management and the mesures.
and i think some new fixtures inside is not a bad idea .

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Re: reports management

Post by bruno.falip » Tue Sep 22, 2009 8:43 am

To zoom in and zoom out is possible, select the MOVE option and use the mouse wheel.

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Re: reports management

Post by giancarlo » Thu Sep 24, 2009 1:33 pm

fhanx for the info ,is there also a way to enlarge the window?

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Post by simonB » Thu Sep 24, 2009 2:09 pm

I'm pretty sure the window is not re-sizeable
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Re: reports management

Post by giancarlo » Fri Sep 25, 2009 6:46 am

can a ask you if its possible to have a molefays 8 cell and 4 cell in easy view ?

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Re: reports management

Post by simonB » Fri Sep 25, 2009 8:06 am

pretty sure not. the only way to do this would be to make a matrix of PAR 36's and patch them to the same channel
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