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Midas has announced details of the Offline Editor software suite for the PRO6 and the XL8 digital systems.


The exclusively Mac-based application will shortly be available as a zero-cost download from www.midasconsoles.com, according to Midas, and allows a console showfile to be created on a compatible Mac computer.

An operational version of the console GUI (Graphical user Interface) will be displayed on the Mac, identical to the screen views on the console itself. The resulting showfile is saved to the Mac’s hard drive, and can be manipulated, copied, emailed etc as a normal file and loaded into a Midas PRO6 or XL8 via removable USB drive, preparing the console for immediate operation. Shows created for PRO6 consoles will run on XL8 systems, and vice versa, subject to system capacity limitations.

The Offline Editor can also be used for operators to familiarize themselves with the features and functionality of the console, prior to operation, according to Midas.
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