• Scheduler First Steps

    LightShowPro Scheduler Suite
    General Description

    The LSP Scheduler suite runs the sequences that have been built in the LSP Sequencer. It contains three programs to accomplish this task.

    The first, the “LightShow Pro Service” or “Server”, runs as a windows service at computer startup and monitors the calendar in order to run your light show that is built by the second program, the “Scheduler”. By starting when the computer reboots the Server( program one) will be running as a windows service in order to actually run your shows even if you don’t start the Scheduler (program 2) and it can be configured to run on a different computer from the Scheduler.

    The third program in the suite, the “LightShow Pro Helper”, run as a windows process and is used to display, on a second monitor or projector, any videos during the show that have been included in any of the sequences created in the LSP Sequencer. The helper program also runs any operating system commands that may have been include in any of the sequence files. Windows Batch commands can optionally be placed anywhere in the sequence file as you create them in the LSP Sequencer. They can be used for anything you can dream up. For example you might have completely separate windows program that do things like turn on pumps for water effects, or turn on and off non DMX snow machines, send commands to non LSP controlled message device, or even start or stop radio players like Zara Radio. TM

    <li><a href = "" target = "_blank"> This video.</a> will get you familiar with the general layout of the Scheduler.
    </li><li> Get an understanding of the “Server”, the “Helper”, and the folders by clicking on <a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> this video.</a>
    </li><li> Watch <a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> this video.</a> to learn how to backup, restore your calendar, set an intermediate playlist, register the product and find out what version you have installed.
    </li><li> Configure the Server and the Scheduler so they can properly communicate and run the show(s) you have created by viewing <a href = " " target = "_blank"> this video.</a>
    </li><li> Learn how to create a show using the sequences built in the LSP Sequencer by viewing <a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> this video.</a>
    </li><li>You will probably want to modify a show or show you have built so you can learn that by viewing <a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> this video.</a>
    </li><li>Protocol Configurations, view the ones appropriate to your environment:
    </li><li><a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> Active Home X10</a> <a href = "" Target = "_blank"> and this PDF document</a>
    </li><li><a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> Animated Lighting.</a>
    </li><li><a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> Artnet Protocol</a>
    </li><li><a href = " qiQzkyQ5kk" target = "_blank"> D-light- LOR Protocol .</a>
    </li><li><a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> DMX Protocol .</a>
    </li><li><a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> E1.31 over Ethernet</a>
    </li><li> <a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> Open DMX</a>
    </li><li><a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank"> Pixelnet</a>
    </li><li> <a href = " qiQzkyQ5k%22%3eConfigure%20Standard%20Renard%20Pro tocol" target = "_blank"> Renard</a> </li></ol>
    </li><li> <a href = "" target = "_blank">Common to all protocols</a> This shows the advance options which are common to all of the above protocols except X10.
    </li><li> <a href = " qiQzkyQ5k" target = "_blank">Backup and restore protocols</a> This demonstrates how to backup your protocol configurations once you have them all entered and working. It also demonstrates how to restore that backup in the event of a failure.
    </li><li> <a href= "" target = "_blank">Trouble shooting the Scheduler</a> PDF Document with trouble shooting recommendations.
    </li><li><a href= "" target = "_blank"> On line Webinar</a> 1 hour 15 minutes in length. This video covers the same material as listed in each session above in a continuous video session.