Pangolin's LiveQUICK is an easy-to-use laser
program that can be used
along with the Flashback 3 Laser Controller.
LiveQUICK allows you to
create simple, but stunning laser frames and scenes, including TrueType fonts, as
well as import Pangolin and ILDA animations.
The LiveQuick Program allows you to:
Trigger cues by clicking on buttons with the mouse,
Live control of several parameters during cue
Create and edit the frames and animations on line
(real time editing),
separate "zones" of
Change the settings to be used in standalone mode (autostart),
Upload frames or complete animations to the
Flashback 3 board.
You can create 48 cues in
each of 9 workspace pages.
Each cue can be a word, logo, graphic, animation, beam effect
or even a complete show.
A sample of the cue's animation plays as the mouse rolls over it.
Press any populated Cue button to trigger that cue.
control during playback
You can control the Flashback 3 "Live" using
the built-in live control features on the right hand side.
Live changes can be seen on the Laser preview
screen and on the projector output.
LiveQuick program allows Live control over several parameters,
during the cue playback.
The controllable parameters are:
Later, if you need more power,
LivePRO can be used. And thanks to the similar user
interface shared by both LiveQUICK and LivePRO, the learning curve
Creating, editing and importing
can be created and edited on the built in Editor.
The Editor uses familiar tools such as line, shapes, freehand or
text to create or modify frames.
A background image can be used to trace your images
Those frames can be animated with a start and end frame, or with
effects such as rotate, zoom, or fade.
Imported frames created with
LD2000 can be turned into animations with a few mouse clicks.
LiveQuick can project in
many different shaped surfaces and angles.
Four separate zones can have it's own settings for a perfect layout
can configure the Flashback 3 to work
by itself, playing a show sequence pre-programmed upon power up - no
computer necessary for playback!
Using LiveQUICK, you can specify a
cue or sequence of cues to start playing automatically upon
power-up. The cue or sequence can play once or continuously.