NEW SIMPLER DESIGN
L1 offers many of the same great features of of its big brother but in a leaner and easier to use package. It has been engineered for your more average sized events and with an almost non-existent learning curve it will get you up and running right away.
AV-Playback L1THE INTERFACE
- For L1 we took a different approach… Everything needed for operation is all in one window.
- For L1 we took a different approach… Everything needed for operation is divided into three major control sections which are all contained in one window.
- Large Thumbnails: We also opted for a more tactical look and feel. Instead of using a plain data table list as in earlier versions, all playlist elements appear as large thumbnails. This provides you with a higher level of confidence that even under stress you will make the right selection.
Each thumbnail panel offers not only a large selection zone to click on but also contains quick action toggle buttons to important options like Fade, Link, Loop, Hold, Info and Remove.
- Element Settings Panel: All property settings which each media element is contained in this economic and easy to access panel.
- Preview and Program Control Sections: Each one is outfitted with their own fully independent transport controls as well as large viewing monitors.
Each also contains their own graphical timeline tools enabling you to easily perform trim edits on the fly, even while media is playing.
- Launch Control: Even as a trimmed down version, L1 still provides a convenient launch control panel to get you up and running quickly.
- Dual Operating Modes: Considering the wide range of varying capabilities a users computer might be equipped with, L1 provides two different ways to manage how the app utilizes system memory.
The default option is to pre-buffer ahead of time all media elements contained in the playlist. This provides the highest level of agility and smoothness of playback when needing to aggressively make rapid selections all while media is playing. However, the price paid for that agility is much more of ram memory is absorbed meaning your computer needs to be well equipped with at least 8 to 16GB of RAM.
For systems that are not as well equipped, you can opt to not pre-buffer. In this situation, each clip is only loaded when selected. This dramatically reduces the amount of system memory needed. Although there is a downside to this, in that it requires more time between selections to load media into memory and this act can produce small tremors within CPU threads resulting in possible glitching of any currently running media. It is only recommended that option only is utilized if only occasional playing of media files and there is ample time in between to set for your next cue.
- True Crossfading: When the fade option is engaged each clip will gently fade in and out of black or if another clip is launched while one is already playing there will a smooth crossfade of each element.
- In-Sync Backup: L1 offers the easiest setup of a backup unit yet. Just have both computers share the same network assign one as the primary and other as the backup. Open each, click on one button, and now anything performed on the primary will be mimicked on the backup as well. This includes even the automatic transfer of media files from one machine to the other.
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