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Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 14
A major glitch in the mains supply could cause the desk to lock up, which could corrupt your programming if it occurred at this time. This happens extremely rarely, but always at the worst possible time! In every case make regular disk backups. (See Section 14.1.2 Saving your show to disk). The less time you have for programming the more important it is to make backups. Happy programming from everyone at Avolites. 1.4 Overview of the desk

1.4.1 The Back Panel

There are a number of different sockets and outputs on the rear of the desk. On the far left is the Power Socket where you will insert the mains lead for the desk. Above this is the Power Outlet for powering the VGA Screen, and the Voltage Selector Switch, which enables the desk to run on either 110v or 240v. See the section above, 1.3.1 The important stuff for further details. Next to this is the Air Intake for the desk. It is important that this is never obstructed. Adjacent to this is the Mains Switch. The DMX Outputs are a pair of DMX 512 sockets configured to control up to four DMX lines of 512 channels each. If you are using a new Pearl 2000, which will have Pearl 2000 etched into the front panel, you can control four DMX 512 channels. In order to access channels 3 and 4, a splitter is required as the system utilises the two spare lines of a normal DMX cable. If you do not have the splitter, channels 1 and 2 only will be available in the normal way. The outputs are wired as follows : DMX output 1 : socket 1, pins 2 & 3 (normal DMX pin configuration) DMX output 2 : socket 2, pins 2 & 3 (normal DMX pin configuration) DMX output 3 : socket 1, pins 4 & 5 DMX output 4 : socket 2, pins 4 & 5 The splitter consists of a Y split which runs pins 2 & 3 straight through onto pins 2 & 3 of one leg, and puts pins 4 & 5 onto pins 2 & 3 of the other leg to allow access to the extra channels. Splitters can easily be made or are available from Avolites Limited. If you have previous model of the Pearl, it will only be able to provide one or two DMX 512 channels, depending on when it was bought and whether it has since been modified. An upgrade kit is available to allow original Pearls to access two DMX 512 channels. You will need to consult your supplier to find out if this upgrade has been performed on your particular desk. All Pearls have two DMX sockets, so this is no indicator of how many channels they are internally configured to drive. The Software does not know how many DMX Lines the desk can drive, so check before you start to patch onto lines B D.
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 15
The Serial Port allows the desk to be connected to either the Graphics Tablet or the Stage Remote. The MIDI In and MIDI Out sockets allow the desk to be linked to a suitable MIDI device for external control of the desk. The RESET button is for a soft reset of the desk. In the unlikely event that your desk has crashed, pressing this button should bring it back to life. This does not clear the desk, and should not be confused with a WIPEALL. See section 1.7 Clearing the Desk with a WIPEALL. The DMX In socket is for future use and is not implemented at present. The Sound To Light socket enables you to plug a microphone or other line level signal into the desk for Sound To Light operation. Finally the VDU socket is where you plug in your external screen.

1.4.4 The Control Area

This area is used to control all the programming features of the desk. The Pearl has two Wheels marked A and B. These control various desk functions described later. There is a vertical row of twelve blue buttons called Program Selects which are used for programming and also allow access to the most commonly used functions. Eleven grey Attribute Bank buttons usually determine which Attribute of a moving light is currently under control. They allow access to or indicate the use of the relevant DMX Channels required to control the different functions of sophisticated Fixtures. Attribute Button 11 is a Shift key which allows access to another page of Attribute Banks. There are no Fixtures at present which use Attribute Banks 11 20, but there may be in future. The red Attribute Button 12 allows an intensity channel to have its overall output limited. The Chase CONNECT, STOP and GO buttons allow chases to be played and edited. Directly to the right of these is a block of twelve buttons. The Sequence Control section, which is the bottom row of buttons, gives Run time control of Chases and allows programming and editing of Chases. The button which used to be called EDIT is now called REVIEW, and has a different function. The row of four keys above this are buttons which may be blank if the hardware upgrades on the desk have not been done. These are for enhanced editing of Chases, and should be labelled left to right as follows : LIVE TIME, REC. STEP, NEXT TIME and SNAP BACK. The top row of buttons are for changing Pages of Fixtures. Again, on an unmodified Pearl, the legend may be absent. These are used to effectively create four pages of Preset Faders so that you can patch and control more Fixtures and Dimmers than there are Preset Faders. This is an enhanced function that replaces the old method of patching extra dimmers onto unused Attribute Banks.
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 17
We have used the Hotel Room theory of numbering our Preset Faders ie. On Page 0 you find Preset Faders 1 60, on Page 1 you find Preset Faders and so on. For the sake of simplicity, where I have referred to Preset Faders or 31 60, the information can generally be taken to apply also to Preset Faders / 131 160, / and / 331 360. The only difference is the current Page of Fixtures selected. There is a Display, alongside which are the Softbuttons labelled A to H. These buttons refer to options presented along the right hand side of the LCD display. These will differ according to which Screen is currently being presented. To the right of this is the Keypad. This features a Numeric Keypad, the Keypad Function Keys, the new Programming keys at the top of the Keypad, the four Cursor Keys at the bottom and the new AVO key.

1.4.5 The Screen buttons

The Numeric Keypad and Keypad Function Keys allow the programmer to enter data into the desk. Some buttons have changed in this section from previous versions of the Pearl. The top row of grey buttons should be labelled as follows from left to right : CHANNEL, FOCUS, INCLUDE and NEXT SCREEN. The button to the right of the number 3 on the keypad, which was previously unassigned, is now the AVO button. The CHANNEL button allows different ways of selecting Fixtures, and is a new feature. See section 9.6 The CHANNEL button. Note that the only way to exit this menu is to press the Channel button again. The FOCUS button allows numeric access to Preset Focus functions, and is also a new feature. See Section 8.5 Programming a Preset Focus. The INCLUDE button is an old programming feature which has been moved from its previous location in the Program Select bank. See Section 9.7 The INCLUDE button. The NEXT SCREEN button enables the viewing of the 12 different Screens of information. Pressing it will take you on to the next Screen, or back to Screen 1 when you reach Screen 12. This replaces the old View Cursors. The AVO button is currently used as a Shift key to enable the Selection of Dimmer Channels patched onto the upper bank of Preset Faders. The Cursor Keys allow navigation around the Screens themselves. Typically the Up and Down Arrows move the cursor up and down items on a menu, and the Left and Right Arrows allow you to toggle between different options of a menu item. EXIT allows you to quit a Screen and return to the next menu up if applicable. If you are stuck in a Screen, press EXIT.

Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 21
2. Getting started with Conventional lights
2.1 Getting ready Congratulations. Presumably you have managed to power up correctly and avoided blowing up the desk. If you have not yet powered up, go back to Section 1.3.1 The important stuff and follow the instructions then come back and join us. If you are programming a new show from the beginning, you should clear all the old junk out of the desk that the previous user left behind. To clear the desk, do a WIPEALL See the previous Section 1.7.1 To do a WIPEALL.
2.2 Patching some Conventional lights Before you can control a Fixture or a Dimmer you must Patch it. The Patch function connects a desk Channel to an actual output Channel. We have used the Hotel Room theory of numbering our Preset Faders ie. On Page 0 you find Preset Faders 1 60, on Page 1 you find Preset Faders and so on.
2.2.1 Quickly creating a 1 to 1 Dimmer patch
Turn the Key to Program. Puts you in LIVE PROGRAM MODE. Press the PATCH button on the blue Program Select bank. Puts you in the
PATCH DIMMER OR DEVICE menu.
The VGA Screen will automatically change to show which DMX addresses are in use.
Select the Page of Fixtures that you want to patch onto.
Selecting page 0 will allow you to patch Preset Faders 001 060. Selecting page 1 will allow you to patch Preset Faders Selecting page 2 will allow you to patch Preset Faders 201 260. Selecting page 3 will allow you to patch Preset Faders 301 360
Press Softbutton A [DIMMER]. Screen asks you to enter a DMX number and
patch it to an ADD or SWOP button.
Press and hold down the grey Preset ADD button number 1. The Preset A
and B LEDs will flash once.
Whilst still holding this, press and release the grey Preset ADD button number 30. The Preset A and B LEDs will turn on whilst the desk is computing the
patch and will then go out.
Select another Page of Fixtures and repeat the process if required. You
can patch a maximum of 120 Dimmer Presets in this way.
Press EXIT or the PATCH button to leave the Patch functions.
This gives you the maximum number of Channels accessible in Two Preset Mode. That means that both sets of Preset Faders control each Dimmer Channel. You have patched them to DMX output 1, so you need to ensure that your DMX cable is in the DMX socket 1 on the back of the desk. To run in Two Preset Mode, you need to set User Setting 4 to 2 PRESET. (See section 12.4 Setting 4. Run Modes).
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 22

you patch a channel. This allows you to easily patch sequential addresses. You can type over the incremented values if you need to.
You can patch any number of Dimmer DMX Channels onto any Preset Fader. If you intend to add Intelligent Fixtures to the patch later on, put your Dimmer Channels onto the SWOP buttons as Intelligent Fixtures are always patched onto ADD buttons. Continue patching in this way until you have patched all the Dimmer Channels that you want to patch on this Page of Fixtures. If you are only
patching a sequential series of DMX Channels, this should simply involve pressing the ADD or SWOP buttons of the destination Preset Faders.
EXIT as soon as you have finished patching since it is easy to leave the desk in patch and then to inadvertently patch a Dimmer or Fixture when meaning to recall a Preset Focus! (See Chapter 8 Preset Focuses.) Once patched handles are immediately active and so can be used to bring up Channels straight away to check your patch. 5.6 Patching more than one Dimmer onto a Preset Channel The desk will allow you to do this in the normal way. This means that bringing up the Preset Fader will bring up two or more Dimmer Channels. Use View DMX Patch or View Fixture Patch to see what you are doing. See Section 9.1 More about the Screen - using VIEW. You cannot patch any given DMX Channel onto more than one Preset Channel. 5.7 Patching Intelligent Fixtures. Turn the key to Program. Puts you in LIVE PROGRAM MODE menu. Put the Personality Disk in the disk drive. Press the blue PATCH button on the Program Select bank. You are asked
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 44
Exit as soon as you have finished patching since it is easy to leave the desk in patch and then to inadvertently patch a Dimmer or Fixture when meaning to recall a Preset Focus! Dont try to patch Intelligent Fixtures onto Preset Fader SWOP buttons. These are only available for patching Dimmer Channels onto. (See Chapter 5, Patching.)
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 45
Viewing Screen 9 (patch by Handle) will give you some helpful information about the Fixtures you are patching, such as DIP switch settings, (DIP stands for Dual In Line Package and it wasnt invented by Avolites!), DMX numbers etc. See Section 9.2.9 Screen 9 - VIEW PATCH BY HANDLE. 5.8 Patching a combination of Intelligent Fixtures and Dimmer Channels Patch your Intelligent Fixtures as described in Section 5.7 Patching Intelligent Fixtures. They will be patched onto ADD buttons, and their Intensities will appear in Preset Channels 1 - 30. You can only patch one Intelligent Fixture onto each Handle. Patch your Dimmer DMX Channels as described in 5.5 Patching Conventional lights, but only patch them onto SWOP buttons. Their Intensities will appear in Preset Channels 31 60. You can patch as many Dimmer DMX Channels as you like onto each Dimmer Preset. This means that on Pearl 2000 you can patch up to 120 Intelligent Fixtures, plus up to 120 Dimmer Presets. If you are not using 120 Intelligent Fixtures, you can patch additional Dimmer channels onto any unused ADD buttons, making up to a maximum of 240 Dimmer Presets if you have no Intelligent Fixtures at all.

We say the Chase is now CONNECTED. 7.4 Adjusting the Speed and Crossfade of your Chase Connect the Chase. You can now control the Speed and Crossfade times of your Chase using the two Wheels. Connect the Chase as described in Section 7.3 Connecting a Chase. Move Wheel A, the Speed Wheel to speed up the sequence. The Speed is displayed on the LCD Screen in the Wheel A Screen Wheel display box. Move Wheel B, the X fade Wheel to change the crossfade between each step. The crossfade percent is shown in the Wheel B Screen Wheel display box.
User Setting 13 selects the display to show Beats Per Minute or time in Seconds. See Section 12.13 Setting 13. SPEED IN SECONDS / BPM. A 0% crossfade means the steps will snap and FF% means the steps will Crossfade, such that at the end of the fade the next step will immediately start. 7.5 Stopping and Starting your Chase The STOP and GO buttons stop and start a Connected Chase.
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 64
7.6 Stepping through a Chase The STOP button also steps on through a stopped Connected Chase. Note that when stepping through a Chase in this fashion, the steps will be executed without any timing information that may be programmed in them. 7.7 Changing the direction of a Chase You can change the direction of a Connected Chase by using the three Arrow Keys at the bottom of the Sequence Control area. The Right and Left Arrows send the Chase Forwards and Backwards respectively, and the Double-Ended Arrow makes the Chase Bounce backwards and forwards, with the Right or Left Arrow indicating which direction it is currently going in. You can also use the Forwards and Backwards keys to step through a Stopped Chase in the direction indicated by the arrow 7.8 Automatically connecting to a Chase It may be useful to always have the Chase controls connected to the most recently replayed Chase. User Setting 9 gives you this option and is set or cleared as follows : Turn the Key to Program. Puts you in Live Program Mode menu. Press Softbutton B [USER SETTINGS]. Puts you in the User Settings Menu.
Use the Up and Down Cursor Keys to move up and down the Menu to Autoconnect option (Setting 9). Use the Left and Right Cursor Keys to toggle between YES and NO. Enabling the Chase Autoconnect means that the most recently replayed Chase will automatically be Connected to the Wheel(s). As you change Pages and Facets on the Roller, the most recently Connected Chase on each page or Facet will Autoconnect. Use this Mode for fast access to Chases as they are replayed. 7.9 Putting Times into Chases You may want your Chase to have Fade Time information programmed into it. There are two ways of doing this.
7.9.1 Global times Chases
Global times set Fade and Wait parameters that are applied to steps in a Chase. Chase steps which use Global times are called Simple Steps. Global Times can either be entered by using the Wheels as described in Section 7.4 Adjusting the Speed and Crossfade of your Chase, or using the EDIT TIMES menu from the Live Program menu. When the EDIT TIMES menu is used in this way, it is called the Global Times menu. See Section 7.10 The EDIT TIMES menu.

15.6.4 Using Absolute and Nudge in the Stage area
Assuming you have the Fixture in about the correct position it is easier to select Nudge, then drag the stylus within the Stage area. Selected Fixtures will move relative to the initial position of the stylus. Nudge must also be used if you wish to move a number of Fixtures keeping the relative position of each Fixture to each other. For instance, if a number of Fixtures are pointed at the stage to create a circle and you wish to move the whole circle about the stage, then use Nudge. Do not try and use Absolute since all the Fixtures will arrange themselves so that they are all pointing at the same position! If you are in Nudge and wish all the Fixtures to point to the same position on the stage then click on Align.
15.6.5 Using the Colour Control Area
The colour mix palette allows easy creation of new colours and adjustment of existing colours. Generally new colours are easiest to create in Absolute mode whilst changing of existing colours is easier with Nudge mode. You can toggle between the two modes by clicking on one of the two buttons at the bottom of the colour palette.
15.6.6 To create a new colour with the Colour Control Area
Select the Fixtures you wish to work with. They should have a Colour Mix facility for best results. If necessary turn on the Dimmer. Click on Absolute underneath the Colour palette to get roughly the right colour. Click at about the half way mark on the Luminosity bar. Move the stylus about within the Colour palette area to find approximately the right colour. Move the stylus on the Luminosity bar to adjust the shade.
At the top of the bar the colour will be white and at the bottom of the bar the colour will be black (no light will be output).
Save the colour as a Preset Focus, Memory or Chase Step as required.
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15.6.7 To edit an existing colour
Select the Fixtures and turn on the Dimmer as in creating a new colour. Click on Nudge. Move the stylus about within the colour palette until the desired result is achieved. Save the colour as a Preset Focus, Memory or Chase Step as required.
15.7 Preset Focuses on the Tablet Preset Focuses can be stored and recalled from the Tablet.

Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 136
15.12 Future functions of the Graphics Tablet

15.12.1 Set Stage Height

This function will not be available until a later software release. When available clicking on this button, followed by clicking on a position on the Fader will allow the tracking stage height to be set. Until this feature is available, if you wish to track Fixtures at head height they should be trained at this height, by for instance using a mic stand to train them.
15.12.2 The Screen 1, Screen 2 and Stage buttons and Mouse Pad on the Tablet
These buttons are for future development. 15.13 Using the Puck The Puck is an alternative input device to the Stylus. Use whichever you prefer. Hold down the big button to click the puck. 15.14 Tablet Specifications Full 3 dimensional tracking system for Moving Lights (Moving Head or Moving Mirror) Colour control system for instant creation of new colours Fixture selects Focus selects Group selects Individual access to every Attribute Fully scaled stage layout with nudge or absolute position Full focus creation, recall and edit, with safe way of only storing pan and tilt. Fast step through of Fixtures within a Focus Fast step through of Focuses Locate Fixture button, turns on the Fixture at a given position 15.15 Help and Hints Problem : Pan and Tilt do not work in the Stage area of the Graphics Tablet. Solution 1 : Either train the desk for Tracking, or turn the Tracking OFF in the ML menu. Solution 2 : An old Personality File has been used to patch the Instrument. Problem : The Colour Mix area has little or no effect on the colour output from a Fixture Solution : Check that the Graphics Tablet is working correctly by clicking on CLEAR then re-selecting the Fixtures with the Tablet. Watch the Preset SWOP LEDs on the desk to ensure that it is mirroring the Tablet (assuming you are set to Fixtures not Mimics). If this is working properly set the Luminosity bar to 50% and try again. Make sure your Fixtures have a Colour Mix facility, not just Colour Wheels.
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 137
Problem : The Graphics Tablet is connected up and switched on, but does not seem to work. Solution : Select Setting 10 in the USER SETTINGS menu and select G. Tablet. If it is already selected toggle through the settings until it comes round again. If this does not work, leave the Graphics Tablet powered up and reset the desk using the Reset button.
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 138

16. The Stage Remote

The Stage Remote is a small hand held DMX controller connected to the desk. It is optional, and can be ordered from Avolites by its zappy title, Part number 30-12-0001. The desk and the Remote are linked via a cable with a 25 pin D type connector on each end. This may be plugged into whichever end of the Stage Remote is most convenient and may be plugged in and unplugged at any time. From the Remote you may control a DMX Channel, a Handle or a Memory. You can also step through a Chase.

INCLUDE function now allows you to partially recall a Memory or Chase Step. You can Select which Attributes and which Fixtures you want to recall information into. A step can be INCLUDED from an UNFOLDED Chase. A shape in the Memory will get automatically INCLUDED. New AVO button located to the right of the number 3 on the keypad is a Shift key to allow you to Select Dimmers patched onto the upper Preset Faders to be Selected using the blue Preset SWOP buttons. New Chase Editing buttons are located on the centre row of the Sequence Control area, to the right of the Chase STOP button. They are from left to right the LIVE TIME, LIVE STEP, NEXT TIME and SNAP BACK buttons. They allow Chase Steps and Chase Step Times to be Edited. The Chase EDIT button has been removed. The old Chase EDIT button is now the REVIEW button which allows you to review your Chase Edits. FAN mode has been implemented. This changes the way the two Wheels control an Attribute for a group of Fixtures, so that the effect of moving the Wheels has a greater effect at the extremes of the group; also the direction of movement reverses at the centre of the group, thus creating a fan effect from the centre of the group outwards. This can be applied to any Attribute, not just Pan and Tilt. The FAN button replaces the old RESTORE CHASE OUTPUT button. The RECORD ALL CHANNELS recording mode has been discontinued. The Focus Mask can now only be changed in the User Settings menu. Certain disk functions have been improved, and you are now recommended to store your show on MS DOS preformatted 1.44Mb disks. Currently the desk cannot format these, but in future Software versions this will be possible. A large show can be stored across several disks. All Saves are now time and date stamped, and you can enter a show name to identify the disk. Script Files can now automatically execute a Script File when the desk is powered up. A Script File can be set to loop, if it is running from the internal clock. New Patch Utilities in the Patch menu has new functions, including FIND FIXTURE, which helps you to locate a Fixture for which you do not know the DMX Address.
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 158
20. Appendix 2. Diagram of the Pearl
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 159

EDIT FOCUS button, 82, 83, 86 TIMES menu, 64 TIMES menu, Record, 69 TIMES, Unfold menu, 69 Edit a Chase Step, 66, 67, 68 EDIT button, 66 EDIT FOCUS button, 86, 99, 100 Editing Memories, 57 Personality Files, 119 Editing Chases, 66 E-mail number, ii EVEN, 95 EXIT button, 17
Fade, 63, 64, 148 in time, 54, 64 out time, 54, 64 time, entering a, 65 Fader stops / starts Chase, 74 stops, Go to start Chase, 74 will reload Chase, 74 Fading Channels, 34, 148 Fading Channels, 34 FAN mode, 97 Fast patching, 45 Fax number, UK, ii Fax number, USA, ii Find Fixture, 50 Fixture, 148 addressing, 52 Next, 91 selecting, 114 selecting, 91 Fixture Patch, 40 Fixtures viewing, 89 Fixtures or Mimics User Settings, 111 Fixtures, Selecting with the Graphics Tablet, 127 Flash buttons, 15 Flip, 131, 148 Focus, 77 FOCUS button, 81 Focus key, 17 Focus Mask, 78, 148 changing the, 86 colour Attributes, 80 default settings, 78
Avolites Pearl 2000 Operators Manual - page 184
Screen selects, 126 Select All button, 131 Select buttons, 125 Selecting Fixtures, 127 Selecting Fixtures with the, 127 Set stage height button, 134 Showing selected Fixtures, 127 Stage area, 125 Stage Area, 129 Step to last button, 130 Step to next button, 130 Store Focus button, 130 Store pan / tilt button, 130 Storing Preset Focuses on the, 130 Tablet specifications, 134 Track Off button, 133 Track On button, 133 Tracking with the, 133 User setting, 110 User Settings, 126 Using a Group on the, 132 Using the, 127 Using the Fader with Attributes, 128 Working with Attribute Select buttons, 127 Graphics Tablet, 108 Graphics Tablet Stylus, 125 Groups, 149 on the Graphics Tablet,, 132 on the Tablet, 132 recalling a, 92 Selecting a, 94 Groups, 36, 37, 91
Intelligent Fixture, 149 Intensity typing in a value, 95 Internet address, ii Inverted channels, 52 Inverting a channel, 35
Key, 15, 18, 113, 114 Key Switch, 17 Keypad, 17 function keys, 17
LCD brightness, 13 brightness, 15 contrast, 13, 15 LCD Display, 17 Links, 66, 149 Links, 65 Links, individual Chase steps, 68 LIVE TIME button, 67 Loading a show from disk, 118 Locate fixture, 52 LOCATE fixture, 36 Fixture, 29, 39, 149 Locate Fixture, 50 Locking the desk, 15, 18, 113 Lost Fixtures, 50 LTP, 149 Channel, 55, 56 Channels, 33, 53, 61, 113, 114, 116 Fade time, 54, 64 Wait time, 64 LTP and HTP Channels, Recording of, 33

Random, 66, 74 REC. STEP button, 66 Recall Focus on the Tablet, 130 Record
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system, 151 System, 139 Timecode notation, 142 Select a DMX line, 41 Selected, 151 Selecting adjacent Fixtures, 28 Fixtures, 28 Selecting Dimmer Channels, 28 Sequence, 151 Control buttons, 16 Serial port, 13 Serial Port, 15 Service numbers, UK, ii Setting Chase times, 63 Memory times, 54 Shape Generator, 101 Shapes absolute, 101 applying, 101 coarse spread, 102 cyclic, 101 editing, 101, 102, 104 fine spread, 102 random, 101 recording in a Memory, 103 relative, 101 size, 101 speed, 101 spread, 102 types of, 101 using INCLUDE, 104 Shapes & Memory Modes, 104 Shapes and OFF, 105 Shared Preset Focuses, 83, 84 Shared Preset Focuses, 87 editing, 83 Sharpness, 77 Show disks, 117 Simple Step, 151 steps, 63, 64, 68, 91 Single Preset mode, 15 Skip first (Chase) wait and fade time, 74 Skip first (Chase) wait time, 74 SNAP BACK button, 68 Snapshot Deleting, 93 Loading or Recalling, 93 Taking, 92 Softbuttons, 17, 151 Software bugs, 13 updates, 13 version number, 121 versions, 121 Sound to light, 15 input devices, 99 input level link, 99 running, 99 stopping, 99 Sound to light, 99 Sound to Light socket, 15
Specify Attribute for Bank User Settings, 112 Speed in seconds or BPM User Settings, 110 Speed wheel allowed / disallowed for Chases, 75 Splitter cable, 14 Stack, 152 Stage Remote, 15, 136, 152 Checking the status of, 138 configuring the, 136 controlling DMX Channels, 136 controlling DMX Channels on all four DMX outputs, 136 Disabling, 138 Recalling a Chase with, 137 Recalling a Memory with, 137 the AND button, 137 the INSTD button, 137 the LAST button, 137 the NEXT button, 137 the THRU button, 137 User setting, 110 Starting a Chase, 25, 32, 62 Stepping through a Chase, 25, 63 STOP button, 25, 32, 62 Stop Chase on final step, 74 Stop Shapes button, 104 Stopping a Chase, 25, 32, 62 STORE FOCUS button, 81 Swap pan and tilt, 35 SWOP, 152 buttons, in Run modes, 115 buttons, playback, 16 buttons, preset, 15 LEDs, 113 Master Fader, 16, 113 Master Fader, 114 Master Faders, 15 playback, 114 Playback, 113, 115 Preset, 113, 114 System, 152 key setting, 15 mode, 17 software, 13 Software, 17, 121, 152 Software, loading new, 121 Software, possible problems from loading, 123 Software, saving to disk, 122 Software, verifying a save to disk, 122
Table, 152 Takeover Run mode, 114 Testing buttons and faders, 121 The OFF button, 38 THROUGH, 94 Timecode valid range User Settings, 111 Timecode convertor box, 162 Timers, 54 TIMES menu, 63, 64, 65, 69 the, 54 Times, entering, 54
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Tracking, 152 defining the stage, 106 marking the stage out, 106 training the desk, 106 with the Graphics Tablet, 133 without a Graphics Tablet, 107 Tracking, 37, 106, 107, 108 Training, 108, 125, 152 desk for tracking, 106 Training, 107 Trigger Point, 25, 55, 56, 62, 109, 152 Turning Channels OFF, 37, 38 Fixtures OFF, 38 Two Preset mode, 15, 21, 45, 114

Pearl 2000 November 1999 release notes - page 2
KNOWN PROBLEMS 8.1 Importing an April 99 Sapphire 2000 show disk 8.2 Importing an October 99 Azure 2000 show disk 9. TIPS 9.1 Script file programming 9.2 Theatre stack programming
Pearl 2000 November 1999 release notes - page 3

1. INTRODUCTION

This document provides a list of the new features and enhancements in the Pearl 2000 November 99 software as well as detailed instructions on how to upgrade. This document is intended for users who are already familiar with the Pearl layout. If you require further information, send an Email to Shahid@avolites.com To carry out the software upgrade you will need a program disk. Click http://www.avolites.demon.co.uk/software/prog/p99nov.exe to download the program Disk. To make a program disk: 1. On a PC, execute the downloaded file. 2. Insert a blank 1.4MB formatted disk and click on Unzip. 3. Label the disk Pearl 2000 November 99 Program disk contents: Flash.prl Ram2000.prl Aps.cmp P2000per.cmp P2000.doc Main program file. AVOS August 1999 upgrade The full personality database in one file. Built-in personality cache file The release notes.

2. System Requirements

The Pearl 2000 November 99 software is designed for a Pearl desk, which meets the following specification: 1. AVOS August 99 installed. Refer to section 3.2 2. Extended memory fitted. To check for extended memory. In SYSTEM, press [A] SERVICE, [D] TESTS, [D] MEMORY CHECK. 3. Midi upgrade. This applies to Pearl 1000 desks fitted with a Borris 1 motherboard
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3. HOW TO UPGRADE

Before installing check that your desk meets the System Requirements, see section 2 and make sure that you have backed up your show, because you will be required to carry out a WIPEALL afterwards. To carry out the upgrade, follow the instructions from section 3.1 onwards. Here is a to do list Check the AVOS and upgrade to Pearl 2000 August 99, if necessary Upgrade the main software Execute a Wipeall Load the built in personality files Import your show disk.
3.1 How to ENTER the AVOS SYSTEM You will need to ENTER the AVOS menu in order to install new software. To enter AVOS: In SYSTEM mode press [A] SERVICE then press [A] RUN AVOS. Type in 68340 then hit [ENTER]. Alternatively, If the desk will not respond. Power OFF the desk and lift the lid after undoing the 5 retaining screws. Place a jumper on the end link in the group of 8 links in the centre of the Borris motherboard. Switch ON the desk. The AVOS menu will appear on the LCD screen and if the correct AVOS is installed the top line will be: - Pearl 2000 Aug 05 1999. If the date is earlier than this or Pearl 2000 is not indicated then you will need to upgrade the AVOS by following the instructions in section 3.3, otherwise process directly to section 3.2

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3.7 How to cache the built-in personality files The built-in personality file will have to be re-loaded after upgrading the software. To do this: 1. Turn the Keyswitch to SYSTEM 2. Press [E] UTILITIES MENU 3. Insert the program disk 4. Press [D] Cache Personality Files. During this operation please disconnect all MIDI devices connected to the desk. 5. Wait for the file to be loaded (Cached) and then CHECKED. This will take about 3 minutes. 6. When the message Personality Files successfully cached, Hit <EXIT> appears, hit [EXIT]. If the message does not appear or the desk freezes, you will have to remake the program disk and repeat the process from step 1.
4. Whats NEW in the Pearl 2000 November 99 Software
4.1 More Dimmers and Fixtures In the previous software the limit was 120 Fixtures or 240 Dimmers, now it is any combination of 240 Fixtures or dimmers. Also, there are now 200 focuses and 200 groups; this is to provide compatibility with the Azure and the Sapphire. 4.2 Theatre Functions A brand new Theatre Programming section has been developed. See section 7 4.3 AVOLITES menu. This menu is accessed when the AVOLITES key is held. When released the menu exits. The following options are available in the AVOLITES menu [A] Preset LEDs = FIXTURES The Preset LEDs indicate selected fixtures. To view fixtures 31 to 60, press and hold the AVOLITES key. MIMICS The Preset LEDs indicate the intensity of the first 30 Fixtures or Dimmers on the current fixture page.
[B] CHASE Control Buttons The lower row of sequence control buttons can be used to control a sequence or to control fixture selection as follows CHASE CONTROL ENABLED Run a chase backwards (decrement chase steps) Run a chase forwards REVIEW Review the last recorded step. BOUNCE Run a chase forwards then backwards.
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FIXTURE CONTROL ENABLED Select the previous fixture or Dimmer Select the Next fixture or Dimmer REVIEW Load fixtures from the Programmer into the Editor. BOUNCE Toggle highlight (LED on means highlight is ON). NOTE If FIXTURE CONTROL is ENABLED then the cursor keys, which are normally used to select next/last fixtures, are instead made available for screen control.
[C] USER SETTINGS Access to the user settings menu is available either from here or from Softkey [C] in SYSTEM mode. 4.4 New VDU screens Stage view - There are now two types of stage view screens. 1. Stage view Intensity. 2. Stage View Intensity and attributes. Use the right cursor key to change from the intensity view to the fixture view. In the fixture view, use the up down cursor keys to view fixtures in groups of 10. Use the left cursor key to change from the fixture view back to intensity view.
NOTE that the cursor keys cannot be used for screen control unless the Sequence control keys are assigned to fixture selection, or there are no selected fixtures in the programmer. Shape - Up to fifteen shapes can be viewed in this screen Script File When the script files are on the LCD screen, the VDU screen also changes to the script file view. This can be a problem if you wish to change the view on the VDU, to get around this first change the LCD screen to channel output. 4.5 Takeover after GO When a Sequence GO is actuated, fixtures owned by other playbacks can be taken over by the Sequence playback provided TAKEOVER AFTER GO is ENABLED, see option [E] in the second CHASE PARAMETERS Menu. This is the default and only option for a Theatre stack. Note that if takeover GO is enabled then fixtures will be released from the programmer but only in Run Mode Takeover. 4.6 Enhanced script files Copy script files. In the Script file Parameters menu, press [PHOTOCOPY] and follow the instructions on the Prompt line.

7.4.2.7.2 [B] BLACKOUT

All Fixtures, which are ON on the stage, are first loaded into the Editor and then set to zero intensity, the result is that the stage is blacked out.

7.4.2.7.3 [E] +5%

Increase the intensity by 5% for all of the Fixtures in the Editor, clamped at 100%.
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7.4.2.7.4 [F] 5%

Reduce the intensity by 5% for all of the Fixtures in the Editor, clamped at 0%.

7.4.2.7.5 [G] 100%

Set the intensity to 100% for all of the Fixtures in the Editor,

7.4.2.7.6 [NUMERIC]

Set the Intensity to (10% multiplied by the input digit) for all of the Fixtures in the Editor, for example if 5 is input then the intensity is set to 50%
7.4.2.7.7 [.], Decimal point
Follow this by a number to set the intensity units. For example if the selected fixtures are set to 53% intensity and [.] followed by 7 is input then the intensity will be changed to 57%.

7.4.3 [C] SET TIMES

Set the Times for the Current step. If the step exists then its times are presented otherwise the previous recorded times.

7.4.4 [D] RECORD

See Section 7.4.2.4

7.4.5 [E] SET LEGEND

Set the legend for the Current Step

7.4.6 [F] Cut To Live

Input a Step number then hit this key to make the step live on the stage. NOTE if the step does not exist, a blank step will be created. The step number is assigned from the input and the times will be set from the last input times.

7.4.7 [G] QUIT

Use this option to EXIT the Theatre Stack menus.

7.4.8 [DELETE]

Delete a single step or all steps. 7.5 Playback Options The Pearl will always be in RUN MODE TAKEOVER when the theatre stack is enabled. In playback mode the following functions are available STOP Press to stop the Theatre stack GO Press to launch the step, or if the step has been stopped part way through a fade, then continue the step. If GO is pressed while a step is fading then the current fade will stop (not complete) and the next step will be loaded and faded to.
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[Playback ADD button 12] This works like the main GO button [Playback SWOP button 12] This works like the main STOP button [Playback ADD buttons 13-15] HTP-OUT, and LTP respectively [Playback SWOP buttons 13-15] HTP-OUT, and LTP respectively Press to GO on the timers HTP-IN, Press to stop the timers for the HTP-IN,
[Playback LED 12] This LED will blink when the theatre playback master fader is at 0. All other times it shows the fader level. [Playback LEDs 13 to 15] These LEDs indicate the Timed fader level for the HTP-IN, HTP-OUT, and LTP timers respectively. Wheels When the Time fade is stopped the wheels can used to manually adjust the fade up or down. The wheels simultaneously operate the fade for all 3 time faders and the 2 wheels work together. For individual time fade control use the playback faders. At the end of the step the wheels must be turned anti-clockwise before the next step is loaded. Fader 12 this is the Intensity master for the Theatre stack. Faders 13,14 and 15 - When the time faders are stopped these playback faders can be used to manually adjust the fade up or down. To take over control, move the fader to full then back down to the current position of the time fade. REMOTE CONTROL The following keys, on the remote control, are available for controlling a theatre stack. BLANK (Bottom left key) AT% 100% 7 - GO (works only when stopped) - STOP - SNAP BACK (use to undo a GO)

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Contents

INTRODUCTION 3 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 3 HOW TO UPGRADE 4 3.1 How to ENTER the AVOS SYSTEM 4 3.2 How to upgrade the AVOS to Pearl 2000 from version 1.3.3 How to install the August 1999 AVOS 4 3.4 How to install the Pearl 2000 +R50 Sep AVOS 5 3.5 How to install the Pearl 2000 Sep 2000 Software 5 3.6 How to carry out a Hard WIPEALL 5 3.7 How to carry out a Soft WIPEALL 6 3.8 How to cache the built-in personality files 6 4. WHATS NEW IN THE PEARL 2000 SEPTEMBER 2000 SOFTWARE 6 The September 2000 software is based on the March 2000 software but with the following differences 6 4.1 Improvements 6 5. WHATS NEW IN THE PEARL 2000 MARCH 2000 SOFTWARE 8 The March 2000 software is based on the November 1999 software. This is a list of the differences 8 5.1 Bugs 8 5.2 New Peripherals now supported 8 5.3 New functions 8 6. WHATS NEW IN THE PEARL 2000 NOVEMBER 1999 SOFTWARE 8 6.1 More Dimmers and Fixtures 9 6.2 Theatre Functions 9 6.3 AVOLITES menu. 9 6.4 New VDU screens 9 6.5 Takeover after GO 10 6.6 Enhanced script files 10 6.7 Disk import from the Azure 2000 and the Sapphire 6.7.1 Azure show disk import details: 10 6.7.2 Sapphire 2000 show import details: 11 6.8 IMPORT the Visualiser Patch 12 6.9 Visualiser interface 12 6.10 DMX in 13 6.11 Millennium Date compliance 13 6.12 Shape Offset 13 6.13 Release notes display 13 7. RECORD OPTIONS EXPLAINED 13 7.1 Record by CHANNEL 13 7.1.1 New Scene 13 7.1.2 Updating a Scene 14 7.2 Record by FIXTURE 14 7.2.1 New Scene 14 7.2.2 Updating a Scene 14 7.3 Record by STAGE 14 8. OTHER FIXES & ENHANCEMENTS 14 9. THEATRE STACK 15 9.1 Theatre stack playback Faders. 16 9.2 Entering and Exiting Theatre Mode 16 1. 2. 3.
9.3 Step numbers 9.4 Theatre Stack programming menu 9.4.1 [A] ADVANCED 9.4.2 [CHANNEL] 9.4.3 [C] SET TIMES 9.4.4 [D] RECORD 9.4.5 [E] SET LEGEND 9.4.6 [F] Cut To Live 9.4.7 [G] QUIT 9.4.8 [DELETE] 9.5 Playback Options 10. KNOWN PROBLEMS 10.1 Importing an April 99 Sapphire 2000 show disk 10.2 Importing an October 99 Azure 2000 show disk 11. TIPS 11.1 Script file programming 11.2 Theatre stack programming 11.3 Chase Programming

1. INTRODUCTION

This document provides a list of the new features and enhancements in the Pearl 2000 September 2000 SP1.1 software as well as detailed instructions on how to upgrade. This document is intended for users who are already familiar with the Pearl layout. If you do require further information, then please send an Email to Shahid@avolites.com To carry out the software upgrade you will need a program disk. Click http://www.avolites.demon.co.uk/software/prog/prl92000.exe to download the program Disk. To make a program disk: 1. On a PC, execute the downloaded file. 2. Insert a blank 1.4MB formatted disk and click on Unzip. 3. Label the disk Pearl 2000 SP1.1 Sep Program disk contents: prlflash.dat Ram2000.prl aps.cmp P2000per.cmp P2000.doc Main program file. AVOS Pearl 2000 +R50 Sep The full personality database in one file. Built-in personality cache file The release notes.

2. System Requirements

The Pearl 2000 September 2000 SP1.1 software is designed for a Pearl desk, which meets the following specification: 1. AVOS Pearl 2000 +R50 Sep installed. Refer to section 3.2 2. Extended memory fitted. To check for extended memory. In SYSTEM, press [A] SERVICE, [D] TESTS, [D] MEMORY CHECK. 3. Midi upgrade. This applies to Pearl 1000 desks fitted with a Borris 1 motherboard 4. VGA card installed
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3. HOW TO UPGRADE

Before installing check that your desk meets the System Requirements, see section 2 and make sure that you have backed up your show, because you will be required to carry out a WIPEALL afterwards. To carry out the upgrade, follow the instructions from section 3.1 onwards. Here is a to do list Check the AVOS and upgrade to Pearl 2000 +R50 Sep 18 2000, if necessary Upgrade the main software Execute a Wipeall Load the built in personality files Import your show disk.
3.1 How to ENTER the AVOS SYSTEM You will need to ENTER the AVOS menu in order to install new software. To enter AVOS: In SYSTEM mode press [A] SERVICE then press [A] RUN AVOS. Type in 68340 then hit [ENTER]. Alternatively, If the desk will not respond. Power OFF the desk and lift the lid after undoing the 5 retaining screws. Place a jumper on the end link in the group of 8 links in the centre of the Borris motherboard. Switch ON the desk. The AVOS menu will appear on the LCD screen and if the correct AVOS is installed the top line will be: - Pearl 2000 +R50 Sep 18 2000. If the date is earlier than this or Pearl 2000 is not indicated then you will need to upgrade the AVOS by following the instructions in section 3.3, otherwise process directly to section 3.2
3.2 How to upgrade the AVOS to Pearl 2000 from version 1.7 1. Copy the file called ram.prl from the program disk to a 720k formatted disk. If a 1.4Mb disk is the only disk that is available then this can be formatted to 720k by first placing some opaque tape over the disk density marker, this is the second hole at the lower end of the disk. 2. Insert the 720k disk into the Pearl disk drive and in the AVOS menu, select the option called AVOS EXTENDER. 3. Wait about 10 seconds for the AVOS to be loaded. 4. The desk will automatically reset and re-enter AVOS, if this does not occur then follow the instructions in section 3.1 5. You have now Pearl 2000 August 98 AVOS installed. To complete the AVOS upgrade, proceed to section 3.4.
3.3 How to install the August 1999 AVOS ENTER the AVOS menu (see above). Note if the message on the top line of the LCD screen reads Pearl 2000 Aug then you do not need to upgrade the AVOS, proceed directly to section 3.4. NOTE that the AVOS upgrade that is supplied on the program disk is for upgrading from an existing Pearl 2000 AVOS. If the AVOS
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installed in the desk is not Pearl 2000 or it is v1.7 then you must first upgrade to the Pearl 2000 AVOS, see section 3.2 1. Insert the program disk in the drive and press [E] AVOS Extender 2. Hit [ENTER] when prompted and wait about 10 seconds. 3. After loading the new AVOS the desk will reset. If the desk does not re-enter AVOS then follow the instructions in section 3.1. The top line should now read Pearl 2000 Aug 05 1999. Proceed to section 3.4
3.4 How to install the Pearl 2000 +R50 Sep AVOS ENTER the AVOS menu (see above). Note if the message on the top line of the LCD screen reads Pearl 2000 +R50 Sep then you do not need to upgrade the AVOS, proceed directly to section 3.5. NOTE that the AVOS upgrade that is supplied on the program disk is for upgrading from an existing Pearl 2000 AVOS. If the AVOS installed in the desk is not Pearl 2000 or it is v1.7 then you must first upgrade to the Pearl 2000 AVOS, see section 3.2 4. Insert the program disk in the drive and press [E] AVOS Extender 5. Hit [ENTER] when prompted and wait about 10 seconds. 6. After loading the new AVOS the desk will reset. If the desk does not re-enter AVOS then follow the instructions in section 3.1. The top line should now read Pearl 2000 +R50 Sep 18 2000. Proceed to section 3.5 3.5 How to install the Pearl 2000 Sep 2000 Software 1. Make a backup of your show. 2. ENTER the AVOS menu, see section 3.1 3. Insert a blank 1.4Mb Disk and press [D] Save program. Keep this disk safe and use it to reload your original program should there be a problem with the upgrade. 4. Insert the program disk and press [B] Burn a New Program 5. Hit [ENTER] when prompted and wait until the message 100% Completed appears. If the progress indicator stops short of 100% then there is a problem with the disk. You must recreate the program disk, but first format the disk, if possible format the disk in the desk. 6. Press [EXIT], then [A] Start the System. At this point the desk might lock up, if this happens then you will need to carry out a Hard WIPEALL, see section 3.6 7. Otherwise carry out a soft WIPEALL. Proceed to section 3.7.
3.6 How to carry out a Hard WIPEALL You will need to do this if the desk does not respond after upgrading. Otherwise carry out a soft Wipeall, see section 3.7 1. Switch OFF the desk 2. Lift up the top panel after undoing the 2 screws. 3. Place a jumper on 2 legs of the Wipeall link. 4. Wait until the desk has properly initialised (about 10 seconds max) and then switch OFF the desk.
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5. Replace the jumper onto one leg of the link, close the lid and tighten the screws by turning one-quarter turn clockwise. 6. Power ON the desk and reload your show from your backup disks. 7. Proceed to section 3.8 3.7 How to carry out a Soft WIPEALL You will need to carry out a Wipeall after loading the new software. 1. Turn the keyswitch to SYSTEM 2. Press [A] SERVICE 3. Press [F], twice and wait for the Pearl to reset.

3.8 How to cache the built-in personality files The built-in personality file will have to be re-loaded after upgrading the software. To do this: 1. Turn the Keyswitch to SYSTEM 2. Press [E] UTILITIES MENU 3. Insert the program disk 4. Press [D] Cache Personality Files. During this operation please disconnect all MIDI devices connected to the desk. 5. Wait for the file to be loaded (Cached) and then CHECKED. This will take about 3 minutes. 6. When the message Personality Files successfully cached, Hit <EXIT> appears, hit [EXIT]. If the message does not appear or the desk freezes, you will have to remake the program disk and repeat the process from step 1.
4. Whats NEW in the Pearl 2000 September 2000 Software
The September 2000 software is based on the March 2000 software but with the following differences 4.1 Improvements 1. Supports the HR III Tablet 2. Supports the New Dallas Clock chip 3. Support for the ST9 R50 4. Format and Save now works correctly 5. There is now a warning message to warn the user when an attempt is made to patch a dimmer over a fixture. 6. Record by Channel/Fixture option in the AVOLITES menu 7. Memories no longer flash on the stage when memories are copied in Program mode and Takeover mode is selected. 8. Record Stage can now be used without problem in the Chase Record Menu
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9. It is now possible to define and patch a fixture with more than 30 attributes 10. It is now possible to record into a memory a fixture with more than 30 attributes. 11. When converting a Simple chase step to a complex chase step, Autoload function is no longer assigned to the new step, previously this was unintentionally done and would cause problems when the step was executed. Autoloads are now only available in the Theatre Stack 12. It is now not possible to trigger an Autoload from a chase step. Because of the problem in item 11 above, it was previously possible to create an Autoload for a chase step, when the Autoload was subsequently executed the desk would crash. 13. The playback LED sometimes continues to blink after a timed memory has unloaded. This is now fixed. 14. The patch now no longer disappears after importing a show disk created on a Pearl fitted with Nov 98 software. 15. If the DMX processor stops working, then a small T will appear on the LCD display. 16. Channels used in the previous step of a chase are now switched OFF before the next step is loaded. This prevents the fixtures from blinking or jumping after the fade has finished. 17. It is now possible to delete preset focus 12 when the Theatre stack is active. 18. The playback faders 13 to 15 can now be used to manually fade a Theatre Stack. Previously the desk would cease if a chase was connected and manual mode was used. 19. Autoloads from a theatre stack now take the highest priority such that if a fixture is used both in the step that launches the Autoload and in the Autoload itself, then the fixture control will be assigned to the Autoload. 20. Sometimes the desk would cease for no apparent reason, especially after a heavy programming session, the cause was pinned down to an internal function, which copies a block of memory from one location to another. The maximum size of the block was limited to 16-bits, this limit has now been removed and so this particular problem will not occur. 21. The aps.cmp file is the database of personality files in compressed form and has an internal limit of 350. There are now over 400 personality files in our database and so I decided to increase this limit to 1000 personality files. Please use this file in place of the fully expanded personality files, the aps.cmp file compresses the full database to about the size of a peanut and requires a lot less effort to transport over the Internet and can fit on one disk. The same file can also be used with the Sapphire 2000 and Azure 2000. 22. The desk can sometimes cease if there is no QWERTY keyboard plugged in. This only applies to Pearl desks fitted with a Borris motherboard. This is now fixed.

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23. The desk can sometimes cease with TF on the internal red display. This problem would normally occur on power up and previously the only solution was a wipeall. I know that we have had more than one attempt to fix this problem, but now there is a new fix in place and I am about 99.9% certain that the problem will not occur.
5. Whats NEW in the Pearl 2000 March 2000 Software
The March 2000 software is based on the November 1999 software. This is a list of the differences 5.1 Bugs 1. Azure 2000 and Sapphire 2000 show disk import. Both Preset Focuses and Shapes in memories are now properly imported. 2. Macro playback stops desk functions. A chase or shape will not now be interrupted when a Macro is executed 3. In PROGRAM Mode, if the AVOLITES Key is pressed while the USER Menu is on Display, then the menu display becomes corrupted. Fixed. 4. DMX lines 2 and 3 stop working when a show disk is loaded into a Borris 1 desk from a Borris 2 desk, or vice versa. The Pearl will detect and prompt the user if this occurs, an option is presented to correct DMX lines 2 and 3. 5. The Flash button response slows in proportion with the number of memories programmed. This has now been fixed. 5.2 New Peripherals now supported 6. Genius HR III Graphics tablet. 7. Avance Logic VDU card. 5.3 New functions 1. When a shape memory is taken out, the shape offset will be removed, this is now the default for new memories. To keep the offset, see option [E] in the Shape Parameters Menu. Fader values in the diagnostic screen are Grandmaster independent xFREE beside the free memory percentage display indicates the presence of Extended memory Set DMX lines to default settings, see option [F] in the PATCH UTILITIES Menu. A delay of Second on start up has been inserted to improve the start up reliability.

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6. Whats NEW in the Pearl 2000 November 1999 Software
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6.1 More Dimmers and Fixtures In the previous software the limit was 120 Fixtures or 240 Dimmers, now it is any combination of 240 Fixtures or dimmers. Also, there are now 200 focuses and 200 groups; this is to provide compatibility with the Azure and the Sapphire. 6.2 Theatre Functions A brand new Theatre Programming section has been developed. See section 9 6.3 AVOLITES menu. This menu is accessed when the AVOLITES key is held. When released the menu exits. The following options are available in the AVOLITES menu [A] Preset LEDs = FIXTURES The Preset LEDs indicate selected fixtures. To view fixtures 31 to 60, press and hold the AVOLITES key. MIMICS The Preset LEDs indicate the intensity of the first 30 Fixtures or Dimmers on the current fixture page.

6.7.1 Azure show disk import details:
DMX patch - This is unchanged. Fixture/Dimmer Patch
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On the Azure there are up to 200 Dimmers and 200 Fixtures while on the Pearl there are 240 Dimmers or Fixtures. The first 240 fixtures or dimmers patched will be imported. The fixtures are assigned first starting from handle 1 and dimmers are assigned on the remaining handles. Additional fixtures or dimmers are discarded. Playbacks For each Roller (1 to 3) and each Page (A to J) on the Pearl, the memories and chases are mapped from the 50 Azure playbacks as follows (in this example page A is shown)
41 Roller.3 A Roller.3 ARoller.2 ARoller.1 A Roller.1 A1
42 Roller.3 A Roller.3 ARoller.2 ARoller.1 A Roller.1 A2
43 Roller.3 A Roller.3 ARoller.2 ARoller.1 A Roller.1 A3
44 Roller.3 A Roller.3 ARoller.2 ARoller.1 A Roller.1 A4
45 Roller.3 A Roller.3 ARoller.2 ARoller.1 A Roller.1 A5
46 Discarde d 36 Roller.3 ARoller.2 A Roller.2 ARoller.1 A6
47 Discarde d 37 Roller.3 ARoller.2 A Roller.2 ARoller.1 A7
48 Discarde d 38 Roller.3 ARoller.2 A Roller.2 ARoller.1 A8
49 Discarde d 39 Roller.3 ARoller.2 A Roller.2 ARoller.1 A9
50 Discarde d 40 Roller.3 ARoller.2 A Roller.2 ARoller.1 A10
Preset focuses Azure Palettes (10 pages, 20 Focuses per page) Page 1, 1 to 20 Page 2, 1 to 10 Page 2, 11 to 20 through to Page 10
Pearl Focus (1-200) Preset Add keys 1 to 20 Preset Add keys 21 to 30 31-200 Numeric selection
Script file All 99 script files are imported. Theatre stack The theatre stack is fully imported, however theatre stack control is moved to playback 12,13,14 & 15 and any Autoload, which is programmed to load onto playback 12 to 50, will be ignored.
6.7.2 Sapphire 2000 show import details:
DMX patch This is unchanged Fixtures and Dimmers The first 240 dimmers or fixtures patched are imported, starting the search from Sapphire handle 1 and proceeding to 400.

Memories and chases

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The first 15 playbacks on the Sapphire are mapped to the 15 playbacks on the Pearl. Memories 16-20 on the Sapphire will be discarded. On the Sapphire there are 100 pages whereas on the Pearl there are 3 rollers by 10 pages, so only the first 30 pages will be imported. Script file All 99 script files are imported. Theatre stack The theatre stack is fully imported, however theatre stack control is moved to playback 12,13,14 & 15 and any Auto-loads, which are programmed to load onto playback 12 to 20, will be ignored. Preset focuses Sapphire Focuses (1-200) 1 to to 200 Pearl Preset focuses 1 to 30 on the Preset Add keys There are only available by numeric selection

7.1.1 New Scene

For all of the fixtures that are in the programmer, only those channels will be saved which are also in the programmer.
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7.1.2 Updating a Scene

7.2 Record by FIXTURE

7.2.1 New Scene

All of the fixtures and channels, in the programmer, will be saved. If a fixture is present in the programmer but some or all of its channels are not, then these channels will be taken from the stage.

7.2.2 Updating a Scene

All of the fixtures and channels, in the programmer, will be saved. If a fixture is present in the programmer but some or all of its channels are not, then these channels will be taken from the stage, but only if 1. The channels are not already in the scene. Or 2. The channels are in the scene but are recorded as absolute values i.e. not preset focuses. This exception is here to protect against the accidental overwrite of preset focuses, however, please note that the other channels in the scene will be overwritten, so to avoid this make sure that the scene to be updated is on the stage, alternatively set the Record mode to Channel.
7.3 Record by STAGE All of the fixtures and channels, in the programmer, will be saved. Also, those fixtures not in the programmer but for which the intensity channel is ON on the stage will be saved. Further, the Record by Fixture rule is used when recording from new or when updating a scene.
8. Other fixes & enhancements
The Preset ADD keys are no longer available for patching dimmers. Always use the Preset SWOP keys to patch or to select, Dimmers and Fixtures. Press and hold the AVOLITES key then press a preset SWOP to access Dimmers or Fixtures in the range 31 to 60 from the current fixture page. On the LCD CHANNEL OUTPUT SCREEN, the intensity for the 60 preset faders on the current fixture page is shown in the Dimmer attribute bank. In the other Attribute banks, the Wheel A and Wheel B attributes are shown for fixtures 1 to 30. To view the attributes for fixtures 31 to 60 press the Fixture page key a second time, the LED will flash to indicate that fixtures 31 to 60 are on view.

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Disk Drive number 1 now supported. This only affects New Pearl desks, but it does mean that if a disk drive fails, it is possible to purchase one from a PC vendor and just plug it in. Note that in order to be able to do this the AVOS must have been upgraded to August 99, before the disk drive is changed. USER SETTINGS moved to SYSTEM mode Softkey [C]. The user Settings are also available in the AVOLITES menu. QWERTY problem fixed. Previously, if the QWERTY keyboard was not plugged-in then sometimes the desk would freeze. The personality files are now supplied as one compressed file called aps.cmp. This is useful because the fully expanded personality file database is much larger than the capacity of one disk. The fully expanded personality database can be downloaded from our web site. Removed Theatre Mode from the user settings and from the Chase Record menu. This function has now been replaced with the Theatre Stack, see section 9 The Midi port can now be used to connect the Pearl with the Visualiser. Set User setting 15 to Visualiser. Cursor keys are made available for screen control if o o There are no fixtures selected, or FIXTURE CONTROL is enabled, see section 6.3.
Remote Control enhancements. The remote control functions now work on the full range of Dimmers and Fixtures. CALCULATOR improved. Also, no longer causes a bus error on divide by zero. Memory Check progress indicator now displayed on both the LCD screen and the VDU monitor. User setting 17 can be used to specify the number of bits of Pan and Tilt control in the range 9 to 16 bits. When Sound to light chases are active, fixture control off the wheels is inhibited. This problem while still present can be overcome by disconnecting the chase. To do this hit the [CONNECT] button twice.

9. Theatre Stack

A totally new theatre programming and playback section has been developed for the Pearl. This is referred to as Theatre Stack Programming or Theatre Mode. See section 9.2 on how to ENTER Theatre Stack Programming. NOTE: When Theatre Mode is active you should be aware that: 1. There is no access to any memories programmed on playbacks 12,13,14 and 15 (on any page). 2. Chase Auto-Connect is disabled 3. Run Mode NORMAL is inhibited.

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9.1 Theatre stack playback Faders. The Theatre stack takes over playback Faders 12,13,14 and 15. Fader 12 is the Intensity master. Fader 13 is the manual control for the Fade-In timer, when stopped. Fader 14 is the manual control for the Fade-Out timer, when stopped. Fader 15 is the manual control for the LTP Fade timer, when stopped. 9.2 Entering and Exiting Theatre Mode To activate and Edit the Theatre stack: In PROGRAM Mode press Softkey [B] followed by [ENTER]. To Cancel Theatre Mode and restore the last 4 Playback Faders: In PROGRAM Mode press Softkey [B] followed by Softkey [D].
9.3 Step numbers There are a total of 60,000 steps reserved for the Theatre stack. Step numbers range from 0.1 to 6000.0. It is generally good practice to use whole numbers for steps and to keep the point step numbers in reserve for the unforeseen.
9.4 Theatre Stack programming menu This section provides a description of the Softkeys used in the Theatre stack menus. In the top menu the prompt line indicates the INPUT Step and the CURRENT Step. The CURRENT step is the one that functions like Set Time, Record and Set Legend work on. Always make sure that you have set the CURRENT step before activating these or any other functions. To set the CURRENT step, simply input a step number and hit [ENTER]. The functions Record Live, Live Time, Next Time and Review can also be used to edit the Theatre Stack.

9.4.1 [A] ADVANCED

Do not attempt these functions until the basic concepts of the Theatre Stack are well understood.

9.4.1.1 [A] RENUMBER

Choose this option to renumber the stack. Point steps will be renumbered to whole numbers and the in between step numbers will change to accommodate these. Please use with this function with care.
9.4.1.2 [B] Assign a Fade Up Auto-load
This function makes it possible to launch a memory or a chase by pressing the GO key. To do this: 10. Set the Current step to the step number for which you wish to load a Memory or a Chase. 11. Press [B] followed by a playback button in the range (1 to 11). 12. Optionally you can input an Auto-load time, see section 9.4.1.4. This will cause the memory or chase to be loaded over a given time.

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One Auto-load command per step is allowed. The Auto-load will be triggered when the FADE-In time starts for the step.
9.4.1.3 [C] Assign a Fade Down Auto-load
This function makes it possible to take out a playback previously used to Auto-load a memory or a chase. To do this: 1. Set the Current step to the step number where you wish to carry out the Auto-load. 2. Press [C] followed by the Playback button in the range 1 to 11. 3. Optionally you can input an Auto-load time, see section 9.4.1.4. This will cause the memory or chase to be taken out over a given time One Auto-load command per step is allowed. The Auto-load will be triggered when the FADE In time starts for the step.
9.4.1.4 [D] Set Auto-load Fade Time
Use this option to set the Fade-in or the Fade-out time for an Auto-load. To do this: 1. Set the Current step to the step number where you wish to carry out the Autoload. 2. Press [D] then input a time in seconds. Use the point to input tenths of a second. Press [ENTER] to save.
9.4.1.5 [E] Delete Autoload
The Autoload on the Current Step will be deleted. No confirmation is required.
9.4.1.6 [F] Copy Current Step to
Copy the Current step to the given step. If the step already exists then it will be overwritten.

9.4.2 [CHANNEL]

Use the options in this menu to create a scene or a look. Use the numeric keypad to select Fixtures. Example: To select Fixtures 1,5 & 8. Press 1[ENTER], 5[ENTER], 8[ENTER]. Example: To select Fixtures 5,6,7 & 8 Press 5 [THROUGH], 8 [ENTER]. The prompt indicates how the Input will be translated to Fixture numbers. Fixture = Desk Channel This means that the input number relates directly to the Fixtures handle number (Desk handle numbers are in the range 1-60, 101-160, 201-260, 301-360). Fixture = Dimmer or other Fixture The input is translated to a Desk channel by searching from Desk channel 1, for all occurrences of the selected Fixture Type. Example: If the Fixture Type is set to Dimmer, and the Input is 8[ENTER], th then the 8 dimmer found, starting the search from Desk Channel 1, is selected.
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Example: If the Fixture Type is set to Mac 500, and the Input is 8[ENTER], th then the 8 Mac 500 found, starting the search from Desk Channel 1, is selected.

9.4.2.1 [A] Select ALL

All Fixtures already in the programmer are loaded into the Editor.
9.4.2.2 [B] Select a new Fixture type
The default is Desk Channel. This function sets how the input is translated to a Fixture number. Example, If 1 Through 10 [ENTER] is selected and:

9.4.2.3

Fixture Type=Desk Channel. The desk will select the Fixtures on Desk handles 1 through 10. Fixture Type=Dimmer. The desk will select the first 10 dimmers found starting the search from desk handle 1. Fixture Type=Mac500. The desk will select the first 10 Mac500s found starting the search from desk handle 1.

[C] ODD or EVEN

When first used, a list is created made up of the Fixtures in the EDITOR. Thereafter: When ODD is selected the ODD numbered Fixtures are loaded into the Editor from the remembered list. When EVEN is selected the EVEN numbered Fixtures are loaded into the Editor from the remembered list. The list is cleared when a new fixture selection is made. NOTE The order in which the fixtures were selected is preserved in the remembered list and is used to decide the ODD and EVEN placements.

9.4.2.4 [D] RECORD

9.4.2.4.1 [A] CHANNEL OR FIXTURE RECORD
Alters the Record Option between Record by Channel and Record by Fixture, the current setting is shown on the prompt line.
9.4.2.4.2 [B] RECORD STAGE
All Fixtures, which are in the programmer together with all Fixtures that are ON on the stage, are recorded into the Current step.

9.4.2.4.3 [C] SET TIMES

The times are presented for the current step. Press [ENTER] to save the times or [EXIT] to cancel the changes. If the Current step does not exist then the previously entered times will be presented.
9.4.2.4.4 [D] RECORD PROGRAMMER
All Fixtures, which are in the programmer or in the Editor are recorded into the Current step. If a step number is entered then this will be assigned to the Current step before recording.

9.4.2.5 GROUP

Input a Group number in the range 1-200, then hit [ENTER] to load it.

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9.4.2.6 THROUGH

Select a range of Fixtures, for example 1 THROUGH 10 to select all Fixtures in the range from 1 To 10.

9.4.2.7 AT %

Set the intensity for the Fixtures in the Editor. To set the intensity to 46% press [AT%], [4], point(.), [6]
9.4.2.7.1 [A] LOCATE FIXTURE
Switch ON the Fixtures so that it is in open white on the stage (unless BLIND mode is selected), without actually placing the Fixtures attributes into the programmer.

9.4.2.7.2 [B] BLACKOUT

All Fixtures, which are ON on the stage, are first loaded into the Editor and then set to zero intensity, the result is that the stage is blacked out.

9.4.2.7.3 [E] +5%

Increase the intensity by 5% for all of the Fixtures in the Editor, clamped at 100%.

9.4.2.7.4 [F] 5%

Reduce the intensity by 5% for all of the Fixtures in the Editor, clamped at 0%.

9.4.2.7.5 [G] 100%

Set the intensity to 100% for all of the Fixtures in the Editor,

9.4.2.7.6 [NUMERIC]

Set the Intensity to (10% multiplied by the input digit) for all of the Fixtures in the Editor, for example if 5 is input then the intensity is set to 50%
9.4.2.7.7 [.], Decimal point
Follow this by a number to set the intensity units. For example if the selected fixtures are set to 53% intensity and [.] followed by 7 is input then the intensity will be changed to 57%.

9.4.3 [C] SET TIMES

Set the Times for the Current step. If the step exists then its times are presented otherwise the previous recorded times.

9.4.4 [D] RECORD

See Section 9.4.2.4

9.4.5 [E] SET LEGEND

Set the legend for the Current Step

9.4.6 [F] Cut To Live

Input a Step number then hit this key to make the step live on the stage. NOTE if the step does not exist, a blank step will be created. The step number is assigned from the input and the times will be set from the last input times.

10. Known Problems

10.1 Importing an April 99 Sapphire 2000 show disk If an attempt is made to import more than 240 dimmers or fixtures then those th fixtures or dimmers, which were patched after the 240 Fixture or dimmer, will not be imported. 10.2 Importing an October 99 Azure 2000 show disk If an attempt is made to import more than 240 dimmers or fixtures then those th fixtures or dimmers, which were patched after the 240 Fixture or dimmer, will not be imported. Example: On the Azure patch 200 dimmers then 200 fixtures Import results: 200 dimmers will be imported, then the first 40 fixtures. There st is a quirk, which causes the 41 fixture to be patched to handle 41 and then st parked, the 1 dimmer in this instance is not imported. Example: On the Azure patch 200 fixtures then 200 dimmers Import results: 200 fixtures will be imported, then the first 40 dimmers. To avoid this problem make sure that no more than 240 fixtures or dimmers are patched on the Azure if you know beforehand that you will be required to import the show into a Pearl. Alternatively patch the fixtures first.

11. TIPS

11.1 Script file programming 1. When editing the script file, switch OFF Global Auto-run. When enabled the desk will attempt to load and run a script file that matches the timecode. 2. In script file, on the fly edit, before commencing the edit process select the option marked, start script from step 1 11.2 Theatre stack programming 1. Set the current step to the one you wish to edit or create before activating a function. 11.3 Chase Programming After programming a chase, turn the KEYSWITCH to RUN then back to PROGRAM. This causes the memory to be optimised and enables the Pearl to run at peak performance

 

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