Completely self-contained entertainment lighting playback, architectural processor, and DMX fade engine that seamlessly handles Cue Lists, Presets, and Streams.
Virtual Lighting Console
CueServer contains a "Virtual" lighting console that is similar in function to many professional stage lighting controllers. It understands faders, cues, playbacks, dip-less crossfades, auto-follows, links, chases, and streaming DMX playback.
Real Time Clock
CueServer contains a "real-time" clock, which keeps track of the time, date and day of the week - even when CueServer's main power has been disconnected. This feature allows shows or events to be triggered at any time of the day, on any day of the week, on any day of the year.
Web Based Programming
CueServer 1 features "live" web enabled programming and operation.
CueServer 1 outputs 1 DMX universe on 4 playbacks, while simultaneously handling various kinds of inputs and outputs.
Depending on the model, CueServer 1 hardware features various DMX port configurations, front panel RGB buttons, LCD display and more.
CueScript is the scripting language that ties together all of CueServer's diverse set of lighting playback, show control, events, and external I/O components.
Based on terminology that should be familiar to stage lighting professionals, CueScript builds upon industry-standard commands, adding show control, events and automation functions.
CueServer easily interfaces with many automation systems, such as Crestron, AMX, Vantage, Control4, Medialon, Savant, and other.
CueServer is all about flexibility. By combining a powerful virtual lighting console and a host of I/O devices (such as RS-232, contact closures, digital outputs, MIDI and more) with a flexible scripting language (called CueScript), the show programmer can coordinate all of these features to work together to manage automated shows.
CueServer offers many ways to connect to the outside world. Depending on a project's requirements, CueServer can use Button Stations, LCD Touchscreens, Smart Phone Apps, Web-based Custom UI, Automation System and more to provide external input and output.
Although many lighting shows function without interfacing with the outside world, CueServer provides a host of input/output options that make it easy to connect CueServer to external devices: Ethernet, DMX, Serial Port, Contact Closure Inputs, Digital Outputs.