Community videos using QLC+

This is a place for sharing with the community the results you achieved with QLC+, as a sort of use case collection.
You can share photos, videos, personal hardware/software projects, interesting HOWTO that might help other users to achieve great results.
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sketron
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Re: Community videos using QLC+

Post by sketron » Thu Nov 12, 2015 1:01 pm

Craounch wrote:Hi, I recently used QLC+ to program 3 shows for the prom night of my school. I shot the show from the control room which was behind the stage, so the point of view is not perfect, but you can see globally how it looked like. :oops:
Equipment : 4 x ROGUE R2 Spot and 12 x MARTIN RUSH Par 2 RGBW+Zoom (+ Unique 2.1 for the fog).

I think it's a good example of what you can do with QLC+. It took me one week to program the 3 shows, and I did'nt program any before.
NB : I only based my show on the music, as I could'nt see the cheerleaders dance before. And when the stage is black on the video, in fact you could see a bit during the show, but my camera wasn't sensitive enough. :(

Thanks for any comment ! :D
PS : I attach the workspaces, feel free to reuse it if you want.
Thanks so much for have shared your project! I'm going to learn how to organize the interface and you do it very well.

Hi

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mcallegari
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Re: Community videos using QLC+

Post by mcallegari » Thu Nov 12, 2015 1:38 pm

Hi Craounch, thanks for sharing your experience. That's indeed a good example of the usage of the Show Manager.

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Re: Community videos using QLC+

Post by karrika » Mon Nov 16, 2015 6:28 am

Hi Craounch,

thanks for sharing. It is obvious that the lights were programmed before you saw the dancers as you said in your comment. The lights are pretty much stealing the show, things like this happens. But the lights go well with the music.

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Cheers,
Karri

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Re: Community videos using QLC+

Post by b_art » Thu Dec 17, 2015 4:13 pm

Hi,

First I want to say that I love the QLC+ software!
I made this video a couple of months ago with the showmanager. Here is the result:


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Re: Community videos using QLC+

Post by mcallegari » Thu Dec 17, 2015 6:30 pm

Very nice one, thanks for sharing !

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Christmas Eve light show project

Post by mattboston » Mon Dec 28, 2015 11:55 am

A few months back I posted about what software/interfaces to use for a small pre-service Christmas light show. Here's the final result. Note, other than using a few lights (Chauvet 4Bar Tri's) for some DJ gigs and set them on sound mode, I've never programmed lights before(I'm a sound engineer, not a light engineer). Also there were a few songs programmed but this was the one that came out best. The final project used the following:

- QLC+
- Enttec Open DMX USB
- 2x Chauvet 4Bar Tri's
- 2x ADJ Ultrabar 12
- 2x Chauvet LED Par64 Tri-B
- 30x small generic brand RGB pars
- ADJ DynoFog II (used for smoke to come out of chimney)
- Froggy's Fog Snow Machine (coincidentally it was the only snow on Christmas Eve)

Also created the display box in a mid-century modern Christmas theme, was made from wood frame, with foam board as dividers and frosted plexiglass front.


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Re: Christmas Eve light show project

Post by mcallegari » Mon Dec 28, 2015 11:55 am

mattboston wrote:A few months back I posted about what software/interfaces to use for a small pre-service Christmas light show. Here's the final result. Note, other than using a few lights (Chauvet 4Bar Tri's) for some DJ gigs and set them on sound mode, I've never programmed lights before(I'm a sound engineer, not a light engineer). Also there were a few songs programmed but this was the one that came out best.
Hi, thanks for sharing !
I hope you don't mind if I moved your post here. It seemed like the most appropriate place to me

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Re: Christmas Eve light show project

Post by mattboston » Mon Dec 28, 2015 11:55 am

mcallegari wrote:
mattboston wrote:A few months back I posted about what software/interfaces to use for a small pre-service Christmas light show. Here's the final result. Note, other than using a few lights (Chauvet 4Bar Tri's) for some DJ gigs and set them on sound mode, I've never programmed lights before(I'm a sound engineer, not a light engineer). Also there were a few songs programmed but this was the one that came out best.
Hi, thanks for sharing !
I hope you don't mind if I moved your post here. It seemed like the most appropriate place to me
Ok, thank you very much. And thank you for working on QLC+

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2015 winter dream light show

Post by Krsound » Tue Dec 29, 2015 2:27 am

I have attached the like to the winter dreams Christmas show I made with qlc and Resolume.
15 universes 2700 ish points of control.
- 6, 7x15w rgbw moving heads modified lens to beam
- 500 pixel half ball pixels
- 400 pixel strings w2801 and w2811
- 2 30w spot moving heads
- 2 Christie projectors and one Dell short throw projector
- 2 custom pc builds one with QLC+ and one with Resolume
- 1 pixlite 16, light o Rama 16ch dimmer and a China 12ch relay board
- 4 Martin fog machines
- 10 led pars 4 modified for the fog machines
- 2 snow machines
- 4 propane flame shooters 1 130psi flame cannon ( you will see it in the celebrate show)
- 1 rain nozzle.
I will take picture in the next week of controllers and upload

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Re: 2015 winter dream light show

Post by mcallegari » Tue Dec 29, 2015 2:27 am

Krsound wrote:I have attached the like to the winter dreams Christmas show I made with qlc and Resolume.
Hey Kyle, thanks for sharing !
You have done an excellent job there ! Loved to see the RGB animations in action on such a big matrix :)

I hope you don't mind if I moved your post here. It seemed like the most appropriate place to me

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