User Guide Version v1.3.1
This manual and the Moving Light Assistant software are
© Andrew Voller Lighting Design Limited 2012-2018. All Rights Reserved.
Mac, Macintosh, Mac OS and macOS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the United States and other countries.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
Lightwright® is a registered trademark of John McKernon.
Gobo Copyright Notices
Gobo artwork used in the application is copyrighted and owned by the relevant manufacturers. Permission has been granted by the manufacturers for the artwork’s inclusion in the gobo library for the purpose of generating production documentation only.
Vari-Lite gobo images are © Vari-Lite. Gobo images used with permission from Philips Vari-Lite. Unauthorised use is prohibited.
Martin gobo images and designs are © Martin Professional A/S. Reproduced with permission from Martin Professional A/S.
Rosco gobo images and designs are © Rosco Laboratories. All Rights Reserved.
Apollo gobo images and designs are © Apollo Design Technology, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Clay Paky gobo images and designs are © Clay Paky SpA. All Rights Reserved.
Robe gobo images and designs are © ROBE Lighting. All Rights Reserved.
High End Systems gobo images and designs are © High End Systems an ETC Company. All Rights Reserved.
The application has been written using Xojo by Xojo Inc. The application includes third party components by:
Einhugur Software, Figa Software, Jérémie Leroy, Roth Soft, Christian Schmitz Software GmbH, and Sean Beach.
Many thanks to the designers, programmers, and electricians, who helped test the application and suggest features and improvements.
Special thanks go to David Arch, Erik-Jan Berendsen, Martin Chisnall, Matt Daw, Chris Hirst, John McKernon, Matthias Strobel, Tom Young, Sean Beach and Alex Fogel.
Toolbar icons were designed by Dave Newton of Potion Pictures Ltd.
For comments on this manual; errors, omissions, or suggestions, please contact us by email.
The User Guide v1.0 was written by Martin Chisnall.
The online User Guide Version v1.3.1 has been edited by Chris Henry.