Originally Posted by Trill Trax
Okay thanks. RIght now were just yelling out cues and the operator has some notes so were good there! Even though I'm not doing it they seem to believe there is something BETTER suited for cue points. My thing is no matter what system you use, you will still have several cues set and have to click them since this isn't timed well enough to simply record it and press play.
Unless the actors are robots, there is no way you can set it and leave it. Live theatre is performance and organic. The tech dept has to follow the pace of what's happening on stage. No computer program is going to be able to do that...at least presently...maybe if in the future q lab can receive voice activation feeds from the actors and can get triggered by certain words?.? But that does not exist now.