LightJockey Demo Software
Download a LightJockey demo complete with virtual fixtures!
This download contains a demo of the new Martin LightJockey
controller together with a preconfigured demo version of the
Martin ShowDesigner offline module. You program a show with the
LightJockey and see the results on screen. No link cards, no
cables, and no lights are required!
To run the demo, you will need:
- Pentium 166 or better.
- 32 MB RAM
- Video 800x600, 16 bit colors, set for small fonts (a must
- Windows 95 or 98
- DirectX version 5 or better
You may get away with less, but performance will suffer.
Both demos are locked in the fixture configuration. Other
restrictions apply as well.
Download and installation instructions
- Download "demo104.zip" (2
- Unzip it to a temporary directory.
- Click on "Setup.Exe" to start installation.
- Launch the LightJockey demo by clicking on
"LightJockey.exe" in the installation
directory. LightJockey will auto-start with a cuelist
loaded and running. For a real treat, start the offline
demo (OfflineDemo.Exe) as well and let both programs run
- Once you have enjoyed the light show, click the
[Top] or [Run] button in the
cuelist control bar and try programming one yourself.
- If you are have Windows 98 and more than one monitor and
the system crashes, download
an updated version of DirectX from Microsoft.
- For more information about the demo version of the the
offline module, read the demo document in the
- If you have a monster PC, try launching several instances
of the offline module to view the action from several
angles at once.
- Minimize LightJockey while running the cuelist for a
better view of the offline images.
- Reduce the "depth colors" parameter in the
offline demo for more impact. The parameters are in the
Setup/User Settings menu of the offline demo.
- If you experience jerkiness in the offline module, try
making the offline window smaller or reduce the number of
lines in User Settings.
- Read more about the LightJockey here.
- Read more about the Martin ShowDesigner here.
This page was last updated 1999-01-20
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