Cue Player Premium Plus - adds video players to Cue Player Premium. With additional video cards installed in the main computer, two projectors can be controlled. With network connectivity, additional computers, with their video interfaces, can be added. The Help file is available that shows the added features. Get the enhanced sample.cue file. Get the latest beta version to check out new features.
The Premium Plus version has the following features:
The Plus is Video!
Images and/or movie clips can be faded in or out while playing or paused.
Images can be crossfaded from one to another.
Images can be .bmp, .png, .jpg, .gif, .tif
Movies can be .avi, .mpg, .wmv, .mov, .mp4, .mpv depending on your installed codecs.
The number pad can be used to select and play sounds. Useful at sporting events to play "Jock Jams".
The cue text font is selectable.
Power (on/off) signals to an external controller can happen at cue start or stop. See the links below for compatable controllers.
Cue text color and cue background color are settable by cue.
An Auto Fade can be selected to fade the cue a settable number of seconds before its end.
Beyond stereo, if a 5.1 (or greater) sound card is available, speaker selection is possible by cue.
The sound card used to play the cue can be selected cue by cue.
There are now three classes of cue. The normal and background cues work as before, and a new class ? independent has been added. As its name would indicate, an independent cue can play anytime and several can play at once. Power control is not available for these cues.
A Function key can be assigned to play a cue. Doing so will make the cue independent and playing the cue will not reposition your location in the cue list.
A cue can be a volume change cue for a previously playing cue.
A cue can be a time delay cue between playing and next to play cues.
The Master, or sound card, volume level can be set at Cue Player start to be either what it was when you last used the program, or what is was when the last numbered cue was edited. In effect, either computer specific or cue file specific.
The starting position of a long cue can be set before or during playback. Useful in rehearsal when the Director asks for ?the last 30 seconds? of that music.
Auto Advance can be set for either the start or end of that cue. Allows several independent cues to start at once.
A playlist (*.m3u) file can be used as sound file.
A Black background selection is available.
Running time is displayed for each active cue.
Cue files can be exported as CSV files for viewing as a spreadsheet.
Playback can be controlled by MIDI commands.
Cue file relocation is supported as well as building a cue file from a directory of sounds. Useful when visiting troups bring their own sounds.