What is Avio Manager?
The graphical front end of the Avio Network.
Avio Manager is the graphical connection editor for the Avio network used for system setup, visualization and maintenance
Just Connect-Don't program
Virtually wired together! Without programming
The idea of our Avio system is that every device shows up on the network offering its inputs and outputs. A simple drag & drop operation is all it takes to create a connection between the faders of a console with the video layers of a media server.
Graphical network topology overview of all connections and controls.
Using our new Avio 2D Manager the whole control network can be visualized. All control connections between devices and device functions are visible at a glance. Adding new connections or modifying existing ones is fairly simple just is dragging the connection lines.
Connect logic blocks
Automatic. Safe. Verified
All logic elements of the Avio network can be intuitively connected using the graphic drag & drop editor
Extensible. Flexible. In any direction
As you might know Avio features its own Lua scripting engine. Of course all script inputs and outputs are again available within the Avio network
Since some connections between outputs and inputs are not 1:1 it is possible to adjust every connection with a factor which automatically scales the connection
In some cases it is even neccessary to adjust the connection between outputs and inputs with sophisticated mathematical calculations
It is simple and straight forward to do so when adding a new connection
- Connect Devices
- MIDI. Art-Net. KNX. Media Servers. Projectors. Switchers. Kinect. And More
- Virtually all devices can be integrated into the Avio network: MIDI, Art-Net, Media Servers, Projectors, Switchers, Scalers, Audio Systems, Lighting Desks and Consoles and many more
- Also special devices such as the Microsoft Kinect interface or KNX building bus systems can be part of Avio
- All inputs and outputs of those devices automatically show up in the Avio topology allowing for really cool features
- Have you ever connected the light switch on the wall to the video alpha channel of a media server? Or have you ever had an interactive installation reacting on user gestures