Sunlite Suite 2
You can save SCENES and SWITCHES into the stand alone memory of your interface so they can be played without a computer. It is advisable that you back up some of your SCENES into the interface in case of a computer crash. The Stand Alone editor can be accessed here.
The memory of several interfaces can be written simultaneously, click here(1) to add an interface.
Each interface has 5 areas. New areas can be created here(1). Pages can be assigned to an area by clicking here(2). New stand-alone scenes can be created here(3).
Creating a stand-alone scene
A stand alone scene can contain a combination of SCENE and SWITCH buttons. Click here(1) to insert a new button.
Drag the scene from the scenes panel and onto one of the 99 scene spaces. Make sure the correct area is selected.
Once your stand-alone scene has been dragged onto the interface, other scene settings such as looping and port triggering can be edited by selecting here(1).
The interfaces have an internal clock and calendar so the scenes can be triggered by date and time. The date and time triggers can be assigned within the calendar tab. Select the scene from the left and drag it over to the calendar. Timing can be modified by double clicking.
Note: the time triggers created within the button settings are not applied in stand-alone mode.
Once the stand alone scenes have been created and assigned, the memory can be written here(1).