Set-up went very smoothly, although the new layout and smaller size of stage at the Assembly Rooms spoilt the effect a little as I was only able to use four of the six available panels.
The projector angle was also a little truncated due to the stage size, but the end result was a triumph and prompted lots of questions and admiration from the punters - although some of that could have been the beer - possibly...
I had to hastily noodle the BB motion graphic I had pre-made to suit six screens, into one suitable for four screens, using Apple Motion just before starting, which added a frisson of interest. No problem though.
Millumin performed faultlessly throughout (as did Modul8, but that's no suprise) although I can see me using MadMapper rather than Millumin for this mapped panel application from now on after seeing the projected price of Millumin; I'm not using enough of its features to justify another video programme, which is a shame as I was rather a fan.
I'm now pushing for gigs with the new panels, so don't be suprised if you get a mail or see a flyer if you're a regular reader.
I've done a couple of smaller more intimate projections for community films lately which went really well, so if you are looking for a smaller screen and some quality sound for a film or video showing, get in touch. The last one was for Woody Guthrie's birthday party, more later. For now, here's a video of the projection possibilities with my new screens, enjoy.