MyDMX2.0 Easy View 3D Will Release Late 2013!!! We will release the 3D as soon as it is stable and reliable. We are sorry for the delay on this.

Due to the complete redesign of the MyDmx program from 1.0 to 2.0, we are unable to use the older 3D interface. We will have to start from scratch. The full process will take us into late 2013. Our Design team is working as fast as they can with this, however, it will take some time. Again we are sorry for the delay
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are unable to use the older 3D interface. We will have to start from scratch. The full process will take us into late 2013. Our Design team is working as fast as they can with this, however, it will take some time. Again we are sorry for the delay


Any news?
i asked for some support for profiles just before the forum moderator took leave from adj and even emails were being bounced back, so i ended up learning how to make the profiles, so from now on i will help with profiles, and once my internet is back on as i am changing providers, my skype will be on 24/7, if i am out on a gig i will give prior notice. its a good box and program with poor support, but not any more for fixture profiles
Good morning.

We are now in late 2013, do we have any update on the 3d visualization? I love the product but as many will agree, I don't have the space to setup my lights at home to ensure they work as I want.

The 3d part is a must and I am hoping it will be out very soon. does anyone have any updates on this please?

Thanks

DJ Powers
At this stage in the product release and blatant neglect of the customer base it is disingenuous to offer any kind of defense on their actions or should I say inaction. Surely they are aware of the predominantly negative buzz on the forums concerning the DMX software. At this point in time someone from ADJ, even a non-technical staff member, could have mustered up the courtesy to post something for the users. Even a mea culpa and apology for screw ups and delays would go a long way in soothing frayed nerves and the pervasive frustration with trying to use a product that has numerous feature issues. Their silence is deafening.
Chitowntommy you are spot on, Im mean I would even take we need some beta testers to work out the kinks..... I have made a point in my last 6 new light features to buy the compatition, because I want someone who at least backs their product, and I had one issue with Chauvet (2 days later) email and issue fixed within the week. I dont expect NOW NOW NOW, but at least some words would be nice. Is there even a forum monitor??? Hello ADJ are you listening?
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Originally posted by Austindj69:
Hi, I have to say, I am disappointed so have sold myDMX2 and gone over to Chauvet and it works brilliant.

Would you please say exactly what you got. Is it the same approach as MyDMX, meaning a computer interface/dongle with software?
I have to say that I too am disappointed not only with ADJ. I am new to DMX programming and have not found a suitable software solution. I have downloaded most of the programs to see which one will work out best for me.
It seems that they ALL have their problems weather they are low or high cost (incl. controller) programs.
Freestyler has the most support but doesn't have it's own 3d visualizer. You can use easy view but it takes it's own fixture library and it is hard to find some light profiles for it. Chauvet is $800 and some of the fixture profiles for their own lights don't seem to work in it! ADJ has no 3d visualizer and does not seem to have very good support. I have found the whole lighting industry to be lacking in clear instructions for products and concern for it's customers. This stuff is very cool but, also very expensive and too proprietary in nature! If everyone's stuff would play nice together I think more people would get into lighting and spend more $$ for the products. I understand that we are generally below professional level (meaning not theatrical with multi-million $ budgets) but, come on these companies are making lights at our price point!
We deserve a well made, supported, documented product.
I'm just sayin. Right? LOL
Being new to this is getting old quickly!


I'm glad that all my lights and hardware controller work very well together for the most part after some hours of learning what each button, slider, switch and dim (no thanks to the manuals) do!
I still have a long way to go til I am proficient with it but I am learning.

Anybody found a software / dongle / controller solution that will not break the bank and still get the job done?
I have a mix of ADJ and Chauvet lights. The hardest light to find a working profile for in a 3d visualizer is the Chauvet Intimidator spot duo maybe because it is the newest light. No visualizer shows or controls both heads so far.
Anybody had luck with this yet?

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