Control & Integration Made Easy
This page contains documentation of the available drivers.
The driver uses the Web Remote API, so you have to configure GrandMA2 the same way. Please see section "Console Configuration" on this tutorial.
Yes, you can dynamically control attributes (also aware of the selected resolution Normal/Fine/Ultra). You can also use encoders to directly control fixed attributes (Dimmer, Color, Pan, Tilt, etc.) using the "Attribute Scroll" function.
They are probably working, but they basically work the same way as in the web remote. Just like in the web remote, when you press "Fixture" button on the browser, nothing appears on OnPC - it only appears on the web remote command line.
We suggest you play a bit with the web remote while keeping an eye on the OnPC/MA2 system - you will understand much better what is happening.
No. This driver is only for MA2 systems.
First of all, can you connect and login to the web-remote using a browser? If you can't, then the problem has nothing to do with this driver. Please make sure you configure your GrandMA2 correctly and can connect and login using the web-remote first.
Double check that you have followed all the instructions on this tutorial video.
Make sure you are running a the correct (compatible) version on your GrandMA2 system - please check above.
Releases will always be targeted at the latest GrandMA2 versions. If X.Y.Z is a fresh new release, please give us some time for upgrading this driver. If X.Y.Z is an old release, the answer is no.
The way feedback works in this driver is by polling (asking for) the status of the executors. This works in a loop, so the higher number of executors needs polling for status, the longer the timeslot needed per "cycle", hence slower. It will always be a trade-off between number of executors with feedback and feedback responsiveness. You can lower the value of the "Feedback Executor Count" option to have faster response.