Show Cue System (SCS) Multi User License - 3 Users
Show Cue System (SCS) is a tool for audio and video designers looking to playback audio and/or video files from their PC computer for theatrical shows, live events or presentations.
Take standard audio, video and still image files and arrange them in a cue list with either manual, automatic or even external "go" triggers. Your show doesn't need to be boring with one file after another, you can layer audio effects with the ability to loop, edit and fade one track over another and play multiple tracks through different outputs of your computer / audio system.
If you are using iTunes, Windows Media Player, Winamp or VLC for playing back audio effects for your theatre shows, stop fighting with software that's not designed to do what you really want. SCS (Show Cue System) is the software you're looking for at a very reasonable price.
With a wide range of Licence Levels available there is a Show Cue System license to match your show's needs and your budget.
Not sure which Licence you should go with here are some quick helpful bits for you to consider;
Lite License - If you only need to run WAV, MP3 or WMA audio files on a two channel audio system from your computer's sound card. Your needs are basic and your budget is tight.
Standard License - If your show requires video, or multiple ouputs (4), or you need to have volume changing cues or you're using an ASIO sound card output device. This is a good place to start as long as your show doesn't run over 80 cues.
Professional License - Your needs are serious. You run show with up to 16 audio outputs and you need an unlimited number of cues.
Pro Plus License - You need to take things even one step further. You need 32 audio outputs. Your systems needs to take commands from Telnet or DMX control devices and your shows are multifacited with lots going on.
Platinum License - You need everything Pro Plus has to over and more... up to 512 Channels of audio output.
This is for a three user new license.
For single user license click here.
For a complete list of the differences between the different license levels click here.