Offline Editor - Virtual Vi
Offline editing, show setup and desk control software
Virtual Vi is much more than just an offline graphic system and editor for the Soundcraft Vi Series.
It can also be used in Online mode to control the DSP core, in place of the control surface.
In addition, because it looks and works exactly like the real console, it can act as a fantastic training
aid for anyone who has either not had the chance to see a real Vi, or who wants to brush up their Vi knowledge.
Compatibility of Virtual Vi with Apple Mac computers
The Virtual Vi software is only available in Windows format (requires Windows XP SP3 or later), and we do not currently have any plans to develop a native Mac version, as the resources needed to do this are not economically practical. However, in most cases it is possible to run the Virtual Vi software on a Mac by either booting into Windows XP using Boot Camp, or using a windows emulator such as Parallels (version 7 recommended) or VMWare Fusion to run Windows XP or later on the Mac.
In both PC and Mac cases, please note that there are occasionally particular hardware combinations in the computer which mean it will not work with the software, and it is usually not possible to fix this except by using a different machine (it is not practical for us to test every single combination or make of hardware). Note the machine must be fitted with at least 1GB of RAM and ideally should not have external media devices attached (eg CF or SD card readers, etc).
Minimum System Requirements:
PC running Windows XP SP3
1.8GHz Pentium M or similar processor
1GB RAM (2GB recommended)
100MB free hard drive space for application installation
LAN port (if on-line control of audio is required)
USB port (for transfer of Shows to/from console)
Display Resolution 1280x800. A widescreen monitor is recommended
for Vi1 to minimise horizontal scrolling.
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