This section is about both, controlling Titan from external sources, and controlling external programs with Titan. Some parts of this are mentioned in the manual up to a certain extent. Here, you'll find some examples as well as the important base knowledge.
By its nature, Titan is meant to remotecontrol devices as DMX, Art-Net and sACN are means to control, and any lighting fixture is a device which hopefully is controlled. Thus, this section is for anything that goes beyond this basic functionality.
|Media Servers||Hard-/Software to run media which is usually controlled by DMX/Art-Net/sACN|
|Software List||list of software used to control/be controlled (not Media Servers )|
|SMPTE Timecode||also known as linear timecode (LTC)|
|Winamp||a semi-integrated simple audio player|
|Reaper CSV Import||a website which feeds a Reaper markerlist csv to cuelist timestamps|
|The Titan WebAPI||the http interface of Titan|
|Trigger||basic remote control|
|MIDI||short introduction in Titan's MIDI capabilities|
|MIDI Notes and CC||standard MIDI triggers|
|MIDI Feedback||send the current state back to the controlling device|
|MTC - MIDI timecode||MIDI Timecode|
|MMC - MIDI Machine Control||subset of MIDI commands for transport control|
|MSC - MIDI Show Control||subset of MIDI commands for show control|
Most importantly there are some examples in the Examples section.