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Pocket DMX iApp Screen Shots

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<a href=”http://dmx2go.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=13″>Pocket DMX<sup><sup>&trade;</sup></sup> iApp Overview</a> &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; <a href=”http://dmx2go.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=14″>Pocket DMX<sup><sup>&trade;</sup></sup> iApp Support</a>
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<b>Master Control</b><img vspace=”0″ hspace=”0″ border=”0″ align=”right” src=”http://dmx2go.com/images/Screen1a.png” />
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The Master control screens let you set levels for up to 36 fully patchable channels.<br />

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Use the Channel Bump buttons to ‘Bump’ the channel to the Master level setting.
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If you do not see an Output value (%, hex or dmx) to the right of the slider, then that Channel does not have any DMX address(es) patched to it.
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Slide your finger vertically to move through channels or touch the small digits on the right side of the screen to access the all 6 Channel pages.
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Turning the I-Phone/Touch horizontal will cause the orientation to go horizontal as well.
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Blackout Option
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Use the Master Bump button to Blackout all patched channels or bump the Channels proportionally &amp; globally to the chosen Master Level.
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Patch Screen
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You have up to 36 patchable channels of level control.
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Each DMX address can be patched to any of the 36 Channels.
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All 512 DMX addresses Patch anywhere and any channel can control from 0 to 512 addresses as patched. <br />

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By touching the ‘Last’ or ‘Next’ button, you choose which DMX value to access. Followed by touching any channel button #1 – 36 and that assigns the ‘on deck’ DMX address below to the touched channel # above.
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Quickly hitting the highlighted Channel button twice in succession will unpatch the DMX value sitting in the ‘on deck’ window.
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Check Screen
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Easily check dimmers and channels in either Pile On or Solo modes. You choose the mode by engaging or disengaging the ‘S’ (Solo) button.
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You choose Channels or Dimmers to check by touching the appropriate button.
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‘Last’ or ‘Next’ take the next DMX value or Channel to the level chosen on the Master in a 0 (zero) count.
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Setup Screen
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Use the Setup Screen to set behavior for the Bump buttons and output value display preferences.
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Channel outputs can be visualized as either percent (%), hexidecimal (FF) or DMX (0-255) values.
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Depressing the RESET button clears &quot;held&quot; DMX-In values. DMX values are &quot;held&quot; indefinitely in the DMX NETport<sup>&trade;</sup> when data signal is lost. This feature can be used following the loss of data from either the Pocket DMX<sup>&trade;</sup>I-App or an external controller operating through the DMX-In on the DMX NETPort<sup>&trade;</sup>.
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The same RESET functionality can be achieved by interrupting power to the Pocket Console® DMX NETport<sup>&trade;</sup> router or by depressing the external RESET button that is on the NETport itself.
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Restore/Clear Screen
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Restores your Pocket DMX<sup>&trade;</sup> to where it was or clears the Pocket DMX<sup>&trade;</sup>. This is done after being interrupted by a phone&nbsp;call or by using another App.
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This allows prior levels to all remain where they were before having been interrupted, then upon returning to&nbsp;the Pocket DMX<sup>&trade;</sup> App, this screen let’s you decide whether to continue (Restore) at the last levels used or to Reset (Clear) and begin working anew with all levels Out.
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