Welcome to Avolites Titan! This manual aims to you tell you everything there is to know about operating your Avolites console (that's quite a lot).
If you're already familiar with using lighting consoles but new to Titan, the Quick Start section tells you how to do the most common things.
After that we try to take you through all the things you will need to know in the order that you're most likely to need them, so we start with how to connect up the console, then look at patching lights. After that we go through how to control the different attributes of the lights, then how to store frequently-used settings in palettes. Titan has some great built-in effects, so we look at those, then how to build a show by recording cues, chases and cue lists. Later there are sections on Capture Visualiser, the video integration system Synergy, help when running a show, remote control of the console from a phone or tablet, and system settings to configure how the console works.
Finally we end up with a glossary which covers some of the lighting terms which get used in this manual, and also explains some of the terms which mean different things on other brands of console.
If you're reading the online version of this manual you can use the search box top right to look for particular terms, or read the chapters in sequence using the left sidebar.
Conventions used in the manual
Links or cross-references to a more detailed description of how to do something are shown like this: useful link
To help you find buttons and controls, physical labelled buttons on the console are shown like This. Softkey options on the touchscreen are shown like This.
Sometimes we give a step-by-step guide to a function, which is shown like this:
Then do this.
Finally, do this.
If there is something useful or important to know, it is shown in a box like this:
This is an important or useful fact which will help you make great lighting.