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Description

LightingPad is the perfect tool for controlling small shows, or for installing and testing lighting systems. It's also great for programming Alcorn McBride LightCue Pro lighting controllers. Simply connect any Art-Net compatible DMX device to your wireless network, and you have a complete lighting console in the palm of your hand.

- Controls 512 channels of DMX
- Industry-standard Art-Net DMX Ethernet protocol
- Stores up to 100 cues with independent fade times
- Save and Load Cue Files to your computer
- Automatic search and display of Art-Net devices

What’s New

Version 2.1.0

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Many stability fixes for version 2.
Improved error handling for network issues.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Fen Binley ,

Great focus tool

Although this hasn’t been updated in quite some time, I love this app. It does the job and is a great tool to have when you’re up on the catwalk away from the console and working alone. Plus you can create Presets/cues for a basic show or saves for work lights etc. Is compatible with the Enttec ODE.

Bananagrip ,

I love it.

This is one great app. The prefect light board for quick and dirty diming. I use it on video Shoots to control remote lights. A big time saver.

Merc56 ,

Pretty cool app

Downloaded this yesterday after receiving my enttec ode box. Not being so network savvy it took me an hour or so to figure out how to get my router to work with it.
TIP: first hook everything up and go into settings on the app and have it look for the dmx box. It will show you the ip address of the box. Then go into the settings on your router and change it's ip address so it can use the ip address of the box. My dmx box address ended in .167 so I set the router to start handing out addresses at .150. This did the trick, no other setting needed.

Hope that may help someone out there as I could not find any step by step instructions online.

A few things I would love to see added to this app are
1- a grandmaster
2- virtual keypad like on all dimmer boards
3- the ability to make the sliders into submasters.

I would pay more than the $9.99 if it had these upgrades, but I am happy with what it does do.

App Privacy

The developer, Alcorn McBride Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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