Show Cue System (SCS) (originally known as Sound Cue System) was designed and written by Mike Daniell of:
Show Cue Systems
PO Box 5584, Alexandra Hills
Queensland 4161, Australia.
Australian Business Number: ABN 40 219 268 559.
Latest information on SCS can be obtained from https://www.showcuesystems.com.
SCS would not have been written and developed without the cooperation of the directors of the Harvest Rain Theatre Company in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (www.harvestrain.com.au). My thanks to David and Robbie Parkin, and also to the many actors and crew who have been a great encouragement to me.
My thanks go to the many users who have contributed ideas for new features and to those who have assisted in 'release candidate' testing.
The code for importing cues from an exported ETC show file is based on ideas and code supplied by Roger Forsey and is used with his permission. (ETC: Electronic Theatre Controls - www.etcconnect.com.)
Several users contributed ideas for the Level Envelope design, but special thanks go to Christian Peters for his suggestions and for his comprehensive testing of this feature.
The Telnet control of various projectors requires SCS to handle a login dialog. Thanks go to Mikk Mengel, Brian O'Connor and Jörg Deitz, all of whom provided useful information and assisted in testing the new code.
The "Stop Watch" idea based on the SCS Production Timer was supplied by Michel Windogradoff.
The design and testing of DMX Lighting Cues has been significantly helped by Bruce Gray.
In the demo the 'Intermission' music items Lazy Boogie, Movement 1 and Swing Fling were composed and performed by Larry Gosmeyer and are used with his permission.
The 'Tiger Island' music in the demo is an extract from the Tiger Island Preshow music that can be heard at Dreamworld’s Tiger Island, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The music was composed, arranged and produced and is copyright © 2004 by Wesley Taylor (www.qrecords.com.au) in association with Mark Eady of Ozworks Entertainment Pty Ltd (ozworks.net), and is used with Wes Taylor's permission.
Catalan and Spanish translations by Lluís Vilarrasa.
French translation by Michel Winogradoff.
Italian translation by Davide Bellucci.
German translation by Uwe Hinkel.
Japanese translation by Masashi Doi.
Polish translation by Krystian Kobus.
SCS 11 is primarily coded in PureBasic, copyright © Fantaisie Software (www.purebasic.com).
SCS uses the BASS Audio Library, copyright © un4seen developments (www.un4seen.com).
SCS Professional and higher licenses may also use SoundMan-Server (SM-S), copyright © Richmond Sound Design Ltd (www.richmondsounddesign.com). For further credits re SM-S, see the Help topic SoundMan-Server.
The video playback library xVideo is copyright © surodev.com.
TVideoGrabber (TVG) is copyright Datastead (www.datastead.com)
DMX control uses code supplied by Future Technology Devices International Ltd (www.ftdichip.com) and ENTTEC (www.enttec.com).
SCS 11 uses code based on the expat XML parser, which is licensed under the MIT license which can be viewed here.
SCS uses the MediaInfo library.
Selected SCS installation files contain LAVFilters written by Hendrik Leppkes and included with his permission.
ASIO is a trademark of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH.
VST PlugIn Interface Technology by Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH, implemented in SCS using software supplied by Bjoern Petersen Software Design'n'Development (www.silverjuke.net) and BaseHead LLC (www.baseheadinc.com).
Wave file editing software referred to in this documentation is GoldWave, (copyright Chris S. Craig). Information on GoldWave can be obtained from goldwave.com.
For information on the Matrox GXM's (Graphics eXpansion Modules) referred to in this documentation, see Matrox Grahics eXpansion Modules.
References in this documentation to vMix refer to the Video Mixing Software available from www.vmix.com.
And finally, thank you to all registered users, because without your registrations it would not be possible to continue developing SCS.