||This worksheet is used to document the configuration of Stage Designer 50 scenes for an event.
||The Chauvet Stage Designer 50 features a total of 48 scenes, each having four pages,
and each page has twelve scenes.
Each scene can hold up to one thousand programable steps reflecting the
settings of forty-eight DMX channels. The steps can be a series of "looks"
to render or can function as chases. NOTE: If the scene has only one step, it is treated as
a 'scene' if it has two or more steps, it is treated as a 'chase'.
||For best results, set printer to only print page one through five unless you need copies of
||This block can be used to describe the event.
||This block can be used to indicate date when console and fixtures need to be ready.
||This block can be used to indicate date when console and fixtures will be available
for the next event.
||Indicates Page 1 through 4.
||Indicates Scene 1 through 12.
||If chase, enter a description of the chase's purpose. You may wish to describe in terms
of the desired effect of the sequential chase ("Forward warm chase")
If scene, it might be Act/Scene references for a play ("Act I, Scene iv"). You can
note specific settings, e.g. 1:50, 2:100 etc.
||Mark "S" for scene or "C" for chase. A scene has only one
step, whereas a chase has up to 1000 steps.