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    Default QS Beam Cue Exapnsion Pack

    I've put up a 22 Cue Beam Expansion Pack for Free Download for QS Users here:

    http://www.pangolinshows.com/downloa..._i251_u339.zip

    The video and description of the contents are below:

    End Users should also read the Read Me File as there are some restrictions on distribution to prevent others from making a profit out of these.

    Sorry for the poor quality of the video, Vimeo has stretched it far beyond its limits:



    Cue List and Description (In Video Order)

    1. “The Lighthouse” – Original cue built from the ground up in Quickshow and inspired by the actions of a traditional sea farer’s lighthouse. The main part of the beam is represented by the 5 dense blue hot beams and the dense central blue area in the fans. The white outer edges of the fans represent the outer edges of the spread beams. The cue is timed so as to simulate an actual lighthouse whilst being fast enough to provide good audience interaction. The cue itself is designed to provide the effect of fans sweeping above and below the heads of the audience whilst direct audience interaction is provided by the hot beams that sweep across them.

    2. “The Acrobat” – Original cue built from the ground up in Quickshow. No real inspiration here other than taking 4 fans of beams and applying various effects generators until a unique and unusual effect was achieved with differing movements and timings throughout. Nicknamed the Acrobat because the short arms and long legs gyrating resemble an Acrobat on the Gymnastic Rings.

    3. “The Butterfly” - Multi-cue formed by merging one or more standard Quickshow cues together. Named in this case because the final cue resembles a fluttering butterfly.

    4. “The Cage” – Multi-cue formed by merging one or more standard Quickshow cues together and then adjusting the colours. Encases the Audience in a cage of multicoloured bars whilst 2 walls of gyrating multicoloured Hot Beams sweep back and forth.

    5. “Horizontal and Vertical Sheets” – Multi-cue formed by merging one or more standard Quickshow cues together. A large horizontal sheet sweeps up and down from the skies whilst multicoloured walls oscillate left and right from the sides.

    6. “Hot Beams with Fast Propagating and Decaying Multicoloured Tunnel” - Multi-cue formed by merging one or more standard Quickshow cues together. Hot beams move up and down through the Audience whilst a multicoloured tunnel forms and encases them before the cue decays back to hot beams alone.

    7. “Ribbed Liquid Sky in Yellow, Purple and Blue” – Original liquid sky designed entirely in Quickshow with ribbed formation and unique yellow, purple and blue colour banding.

    8. “The Crusher” - Multi-cue formed by merging one or more standard Quickshow cues together. Ceiling comprising yellow and blue sheets and walls comprising pink and white sheets move inwards like the rooms in the movies where the walls move inwards to crush the occupants. Once they’ve reached the centre, the pattern reverses and the sheets expand back outwards to their starting positions.

    9. “High Speed Multicoloured Rising Fan” – Original cue designed entirely in Quickshow and comprising of a rising stepped fan with high speed rainbow colour changing form.

    10. “Wavy Rainbow Coloured Liquid Sky” – Original cue designed entirely in Quickshow comprising a wavy liquid Sky in a rainbow of running colours.

    11. “Multicoloured Warping Triangle with Rotating Fans” - Multi-cue formed by merging one or more standard Quickshow cues together. Action exactly as described in the name.

    12. “Pulsing and Zooming Multicoloured Tunnels” – Original Cue designed entirely in Quickshow. 3 Concentric tunnels in green and blue, purple and yellow and red and white, pulse and zoom backwards and forwards over the audience. This cue is designed to take the audience on a unique journey through the tunnel walls into different colour tunnels and spaces as the cue zooms inwards and outwards.

    13. “Wavy Purple and White Coloured Liquid Sky” – Original cue designed entirely in Quickshow comprising a wavy liquid sky with purple and white running colours. This cue was produced specifically because the colour combination looks so nice yet isn’t one of the standard colour combinations that can be reproduced live using QuickFx.

    14. “Red and Yellow Morphing and Rotating Cone” – Original Cue designed entirely in Quickshow and totally unique. The cue starts off as a rotating tunnel which is split 50:50 into red and white, and yellow and green halves. The tunnel then collapses and folds inwards to form 3 smaller similar tunnels which then in turn collapse and fold into 2 long thin squashed tunnels, which then unfold back into the original full tunnel. Rotation is maintained throughout. The idea of this cue is simple – its aim is to take the audience on a journey into ever changing shapes that engulf them with walls of red and white and yellow and green rotation.

    15. “Rising Fan of Beams with Inner Rising Beams” - Multi-cue formed by merging one or more standard Quickshow cues together. Central fans of coloured beams swirl whilst two large fans top and bottom of white beams with colours running through them sweep through the audience vertically and exchange places at the top and bottom of the room.

    16. “Rising Sun” – Original Cue designed entirely in Quickshow. A dome of running coloured ribbed liquid Sky inspired loosely by the Japanese flag and with sunshine colours, engulfs the audience overhead. This cue deliberately comes down further than way to totally engage the audience in a domed feeling.

    17. “Rotating Red and White Tunnel” – Original Cue designed entirely in Quickshow and drawing inspiration from the traditional tunnel effect. Ribbed in nature and with running white and red colouration.

    18. “Rotating Multi-coloured Sheets” - Multi-cue formed by merging one or more standard Quickshow cues together to provide a sky full of rotating multicoloured sheets that rotate down through the audience. One for those who like intense effects.

    19. “Sideways Fan of Beams with Vertical Smaller Fans” - Multi-cue formed by merging one or more standard Quickshow cues together. Walls comprised of blue fans of beams with white highlights running through them sweep inwards as 5 coloured smaller fans bounce up and down vertically.

    20. “Vertical Oscillating Fan of Beams” – Original Cue designed entirely in Quickshow. The video preview of this belies its actual effect which cannot be seen in the Quickshow Preview window when the effect is displayed head on. The effect in the preview and video appears to consist of a red and green fan of beams consisting of 4 segments that rotate and then the whole fan of beams appears to tilt backwards and lie flat. Nothing could be further from the truth! In fact move the cue position control so the cue is slightly off centre when previewing and this highly complex effect reveals itself. In fact instead of lying flat, the 4 fans of beams actually form a partial cone that collapses inwards to form a perfectly flat fan of beams on the projectors central point. The individual beams then oscillate along the fan line and swop places before the whole fan folds back outwards to form the rotating beams once more. A totally unique and stunning effect.

    21. “Wiping Ribbed Liquid Sky” – Original Cue designed entirely in Quickshow and inspired by what is now a pretty much standard category of effect in every laser display worldwide. It comprises of a ribbed liquid sky in 2 unique and subtle shades of green that propagates across the ceiling then decays back again on a cyclic basis.

    22. “Zooming Beams with Dancing Rotation” – Original Cue designed entirely in Quickshow but based on a standard Quickshow cue form. Here the cone of coloured beams with oscillating rotation zooms in and out engulfing the audience in a rotating circular cage of colour.

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    Very Cool, thanks for sharing.

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    Glad you like them.

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    There is a problem downloading to your IP Address (82.42.149.197).
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    Nice stuff, WhiteLight, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
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    Thanks very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    There is a problem downloading to your IP Address (82.42.149.197).
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    As above, its probably because you're not logged in.

    If it persists, I can send you a copy of the zip file directly if you pm me your email, its only 523KB.

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    Got it, as you said I hadn't logged in

    Thank you for the frames
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    No problem. Hidden characters

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    Thanks White-Light for the pack. Looking forward to adding them to QS.

    Cheers,
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