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ADB releases software update, virtual console and multilingual tutorials
ADB recently released an updated enhanced version of its Hathor software which now features a continually updated fixture library and a special video tutorial and technical assistance service. A new logo accompanies the market launch of Hathor 2.0. Together with the new version of Hathor, ADB has launched Wily, a smart tool for remote control (via iPad or iPhone).
Hathor 2.0 includes the following main new features: Over 10,000 templates with bi-weekly updates independent from software updates; Fixed faders in submasters, not included in page management, like Playbacks with In & Out; Grand Master, Independents, and Fields; HSI colors handled by a Color Picker; The exclusive Park Function, by Device or by Parameter.
Wily synthesizes hardware and software in a virtual console. Mobile, scalable, and modular, Wily gives access to a level of control over Hathor lighting software never achieved before. The Wily console can be used alone or as an extension of a conventional console. Wily interfaces with a computing unit that runs the Hathor software. It is a computer that can be found in several forms: independent tower, laptop or included in a hardware console. Once connected to the computing unit, Wily behaves like the front panel of a classic lighting console.
ADB is also posting a series of English- and French-language tutorials on its new YouTube channel. In the tutorials, an expert operator explains in detail how to use the Hathor system on ADB lighting control desks.
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