liveShow Software Help

If the liveShow software has been started, the respective help for a window or tutorials can be called at any time under the menu point Help.

Selected help pages (for technical reasons in a reduced design):

liveShow Help

First Steps

Hilfe textual Help

New Tutorials

1.) Timeline Basics: Video Download   Youtube   textual help

2.) Sound Basics: Video Download  Youtube  textual Help      Sound Lines     Sound Card Output

3.) DMX Lamps Basics: Video Download  Youtube

4.) DMX Light/Timeline Basics: Video Download  Youtube textual Help

5.) Scenebridges: Video Download  Youtube

6.) Scenebook: Video Download  Youtube  textual Help

7.) Media Projection:  Video Download  Youtube textual Help

8.) Jingle: Video Download Youtube textual Help

9.) DMX Effects:  Video Download Youtube textual Help

10.) Mouse,Keyboard and DMX remote control:  Video Download Youtube textual Help

11.) Android remote control:  Video Download Youtube textual Help

12.) Usage of Triggers:  Video Download  Youtube textual Help   liveSHOW_Midi Help

New: DMX Presets: textuelle Help

Programm settings

Help Programsettings

sACN / ArtNet

Help sACN-ArtNet

DMX Device Editor

The DMX Device Editor allows you to create a new device type by creating a mixer for the device.
For simple devices that do not have any unexpected behavior, a device type can be created quite quickly.
For more complex lamps or lamps that have unexpected behavior (e.g., the lamp is lit in some situations, even though the dimmer has been lowered), the creation of a lamp type may become more tricky.

If you do not get along, so just make a device type request.


Help DMXDeviceEditor


With the live_SHOW_Midi software, the liveSHOW software can send or receive MIDI commands.

Help liveSHOW_Midi

Sample project

Here is a small sample project 'liveShow Presentation'.

There are all three areas of sound, light and media with effects included.

Download liveShow Presentation

Autostart liveShowSoftware / liveShow_MediaServer under Windows 10

To add an app to Startup:

  • Select the Start  button and scroll to find the app you want to run at startup.
  • Right-click the app, select More, and then select Open file location. This opens the location where the shortcut to the app is saved. If there isn’t an option for Open file location, it means the app can’t run at startup.
  • With the file location open, press the Windows logo key  + R, type shell:startup, then select OK. This opens the Startup folder.
  • Copy and paste the shortcut to the app from the file location to the Startup folder.