Need help identifying video presentation software!

-DH

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WTF are you asking? The fourth image in the fourth row is a photograph taken of a group on-stage, with stage lighting and fog machines. What does software have to do with it? Are you asking about the video projection screen in the background? If so, it looks like they're projecting a convergence test pattern at that moment... or just a bunch of dots.

-DH
 

anson89

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Aug 19, 2007
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that reply was awesome
im talking about picture 14
4th column, 3rd picture
dont be screaming at me
 

dave@toastmedia

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Aug 23, 2007
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If worse case scenario permits, it might not hurt to email the company in question.

1300 88 33 21
03 9896 7999
fax: 03 9830 7683
international phone: +61 3 9896 7999
international fax: +61 3 9830 7683
post: PO Box 641, Box Hill, VIC 3128, Australia
in person: 405 Canterbury Road, Surrey Hills, VIC 3127
e-mail: music@planetshakers.com


There might actually be 2 programs running there, as well as another computer.

If you take a snapshot and ramp up the levels, you will see 2-3 more hardware devices under the table int he darkness as well as make out he is sitting in front of a hardware interface.


The laptops monitor, since its hardly visible might be running the lights and the second computer looks like the stage visuals.

There are a few monitors there, I would suggest there is another computer. Sure you could extend the laptop with another VGA however, if you try and extend that even more with a usb 2 to vga cable for that kind of work it would crap out badly.

There are lots of free light control stage applications
http://qlc.sourceforge.net/

As well as hardware interfaces
http://www.freedmx.com/


For all we know he might be checking his email with the quality of information presented in that photo.
 

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