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  1. Last chance to register for our upcoming webinar, "Understanding Martin Professional's Creation of GDTF Files", which takes place Wednesday, September 8 at 11:00am ET. During this webinar, you'll hear from Wouter Verlinden, product manager at Martin Professional on the construction of GDTF files. The Martin Professional team will show you how the team collects mechanical, photometric and firmware data before compiling it into the vital GDTF file. Also, take this opportunity to assess the Martin Professional team’s detail-oriented approach in creating quality GDTF files before publishing on the share. REGISTER HERE!
  2. Our second webinar in the Manufacturer Webinar Series is taking place on Wednesday, June 30 at 11am ET. This webinar, "Using GDTF and MVR in Vectorworks" will be presented by Vectorworks. Be sure to register at the link below and ask any questions during our live Q&A at the end of the presentation! REGISTER HERE! Learning Objectives: • Learn how to integrate GDTF and MVR into your Vectorworks workflow • Understand the process to edit fixtures within the web pallet feature • Discover the best method to export an MVR into Vision and MA 3
  3. The latest release of the GDTF Fixture Builder is now live! Enjoy new features, bug fixes, and improvements. A detailed list can be found below:
  4. Hello all, We are launching a series of free webinars hosted by manufacturers that support GDTF/MVR. The goal of these webinars is to show end users how to integrate GDTF/MVR into each companies workflow. Each presentation will last about 20 minutes followed by Q&A. We'd love to see you there and help answer any questions you may have! The first webinar will take place on Wednesday, June 2 at 11:00am ET. In this webinar, "Using GDTF in a ROBE Lighting Workflow", you'll join Petr Vanek of ROBE Lighting to learn more about what GDTF is, why ROBE chose to be a part of its development, and how you can use ROBE lighting fixtures that have GDTF files to improve your workflow. REGISTER HERE!
  5. Hi all, Below are new features, improvements and bug fixes made to the GDTF Builder. Features GDTF 1.1 Support Support for real acceleration Media server geometries Power consumption Connectors for fixtures Leg height for fixtures Operating temperature by fixtures New default geometries Default channel function for channels and default value for channel functions Animation wheel View channels by geometries in summary page Gradient component to generate wheels Revisions are now shown in the Builder Ability to auto convert GIF to PNG Ability to switch the language Improvements Updated Gobo to match GDTF 1.1 While copying DMX Modes, Mode Masters are now copied as well Vertex Count now only shows the active geometry tree Ability to use ESC in Modals to close them Ability to reset UUIDs when you change the name Ability to collapse all wheels Unit switching for beam diameter Added error to check if the Mode Master are inside the channel DMX bounds Prevent negative values for Move in Black, Fade, Real Acceleration and Change Times Undo and redo for Wheels Show an error when you delete Mode Masters Show the error from the GDTF Share while uploading Ability to collapse the geometry properties Bug Fixes Add warning if the long name does not match GDTF spec Better support for scrolling modal for Firefox Chart scaling for wavelength is now improved Fixed attribute input with empty attribute names Fixed bug when parent physical form is not used Fixed for Macros Prevent name revisions that are too long Minor translation improvements RDM version name fixed No longer allow "." in mode names
  6. Hi all, We recently released three new updates to the GDTF Share Database. GDTF File Release Status GDTF files now distinguish between "Release" and "Work in progress" (WIP) status. Whenever a user starts to create a GDTF file, the file has "Work in progress" status. Once the user has finished the file, they set it to "Release". To change the status of a revision, enter the context menu of the revision and click "Change release status". A popup appears that gives the opportunity to change the release status. Once the file is set to "Release" it is publicly visible. There are new Global filters to filter for: -Releases -Releases and my files that are "Work in progress" -My files that are "Work in progress" When uploading a new GDTF file to the Share, the user now has the option to define whether the GDTF file is a "Release" or "Work in progress". By default, a GDTF file is uploaded as "Work in progress". With the introduction of the "Release" status feature, all GDTF files that were uploaded by manufacturers were set to "Release" while all GDTF files that were uploaded by users were set to "Work in progress". Manufacturer Folder Ownership Manufacturer's accounts now have the ability to moderate their manufacturer folder. It is possible that one manufacturer account can moderate one or even several brands. A manufacturer that owns a folder can see all released files and files that are "Work in progress" inside the folders they moderate. This includes files that were uploaded by another user and are stated as "Work in progress". Besides the actions that are possible with the files the manufacturer uploaded by themself, additional functions for moderating the folder can be done for all files: -Change release status of a revision -Rename a revision -Move a revision to another fixture that is part of one of the moderated brands -Merge the revisions of one fixture to another -Rename a fixture -Rename the manufacturer Multi-Download It is now possible to multi-download files from GDTF-Share.com. To enter the multi-download page, click the small "Disk" icon in the title bar. There are several options to customize the download. For example, you can download the latest revision of all released files, files that were uploaded by manufacturers or that have a specific GDTF version. Depending on the overall size of the multi-download, the GDTF files are packed as one or several .zip files.
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