Cue Player Premium
Premium is our mainstream solution, in use in over 1000 theaters, schools, and churches
around the world. With Premium you can play effectively unlimited simultaneous sounds at
the same time. Fade them up, down, or pause them. Crossfade from one to another. Have
one sound start a fixed time after another or automatically after the first finishes. Sound
card and output speaker selection are settable by cue.
Cue Player Premium Plus
Premium Plus is the same as Premium for control of sound effects and music. What is
added is the ability to add projections and videos to your productions. With Plus you can
easily add fades of pictures and/or videos for 2 monitors on your control room computer
and up to 4 remotely networked computers. Save $30 by getting both now!
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Cue Player Lighting
Cue Player Lighting uses the Enttec DMX Pro or DMX King ultraDMX interfaces to give you
complete control of your lighting cues and instruments. Up to 512 channels with
proportional softpatching (1024 with the DMXking ultraDMX Pro), delayed cues, split cues,
and autofollows are all here. To ice the cake, it links as a slave to Cue Player Premium,
allowing one operator at a keyboard to control both sound and lights. Web page application
to control remotely from a phone. Also remote control apps for Android and Windows
Cue Player Pro
Cue Player Pro is a step up from the free version. It will play wav, mp3, wma
(requires WMF installed), or ogg format files. A 5 band equalizer and reverb settings
can customize the output sound. Two sound files can be played simultaneously.
The Master (Windows) volume control can be controlled independently of the
cues. A Pan control has been added to make it easier to slide cues from side to side.
The sound card or output device can be selected when the user has more than one
Cue Player One
The newest addition to the Cue Player family combines most of the features of Premium,
Plus, and Lighting to provide a one screen, one computer solution for running a
performance. For community theater groups that bring in a laptop to run a show, One will
provide the means to not only do the sound effects, but also the lighting for both
conventional and LED fixtures. The video player is available for projections and a feature
tab gives the ability to easily control an X32 mixer or any other OSC device. In addition,
using whatever local network is available, messages and prompts can be sent to anyone
with a browser capability - phone or tablet.
LED palettes and gel color equivalents make it easy to use modern fixtures. USB slider
control surfaces like the Pyle PMIDIPD30 can be used to control any of the 8 submaster
channels in case that’s easier then going cue to cue.
Of course, the expected features of simultaneous sounds, cross fades, fades in and out,
are all here. Time line cues allow synchronization of lights to sounds or vice versa. OSC
devices can be triggered by time as well. The time base can be either a running cue or the
wall clock. Control of sound, lights, and devices this way allows for use in stand alone