The GUI Sequencer allows the user to easily upload to the lighting nodes a series of predefined lighting gradients or custom defined stages. Up to 32 stages can be uploaded to the lighting nodes.  Each stage allows the user to select a stage-specific brightness, which LED is to be used, and which stage definition is to be used. The Sequencer has a number of global settings, which affect each stage uploaded to the lighting nodes. 

GRAVITY can also be thought of as stage exaggeration.  A stage having 0 gravity will ramp linearly from the darkest to brightest node. The gravity settings allow the user to adjust that curve, achieving a more pronounced lighting direction. Stronger gravity values will cause gradient stages to appear to condense or be pulled towards the brightest node.  Stages having only full or zero brightness values will be unaffected by this setting.


This number box affects the behaviour of the ControllerBox in one of two ways, depending on the sync source. If the lighting system is synced to the ControllerBox, the FRAME RATE TABLE numberbox will govern the rate at which the ControllerBox generates flash pulses. 

If the lighting nodes are synced to the camera flash, the value of the numberbox is used to calculate the duration the camera needs to have its shutter line asserted. 


Changes to settings in the Sequencer do not get pushed to the lighting nodes in real time. Whenever the user makes changes to the lighting node settings, the UPLOAD BUTTON will flash as a reminder.


Allows user to save the current stages shown in the Sequencer. 


Allows user to load previously saved Sequencer states.