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You can receive data in MADRIX through various ways. That means you can use another controller or device:
|▪||to send data to the software and use this data.|
|▪||to send commands to the software for Remote Control.|
|▪||to route incoming data onto your output [also know as Mapping/Merging/DMX-Thru].|
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There are several possibilities for input and remote control:
Several protocols are implemented into MADRIX for remote control over DMX-IN. Any DMX console or desk can easily be used then to gain full control over the software.
|▪||»Art-Net Remote |
The Art-Net protocol includes Art-Net Remote. In this way, you can use a console for example to access certain software features remotely.
|▪||»sACN Input |
Receive Streaming ACN [E1.31] data for remote control.
|▪||»MIDI-IN Configuration |
MIDI controllers are an accessible and popular way to trigger the software. Learn how to configure your MIDI device in this section.
The MA-Net protocol is the direct connection to MA Lighting products that support MA-Net.
MADRIX supports CITP. This is a useful feature when controlling MADRIX remotely, especially when using it in a combination with a lighting desk.
|▪||»Remote HTTP |
MADRIX offers remote control with every internet browser. An internal web server is implemented in the software and can be started if required to gain external access.
The GamePort is a device port to connect 3rd-party controllers.