Whether you're starting out or looking to develop knowledge in a specific subject, our Essentials courses will provide you with the fundamental knowledge you require to work successfully with wysiwyg.
An introduction to wysiwyg. This course provides you with an overview of the wysiwyg user interface and explores some of the most common workflows, tools and commands.
Venue and Scenic Elements
In this course, you will learn essential CAD tools and how to work with wysiwyg’s inbuilt templates. By the end of the course you know how to build your own venue, customize it's appearance and add scenic elements.
Developing the Lighting Design
Build your lighting rig faster. This course will show you how to insert fixtures and accessories, focus, patch and assign attributes such as dimmer, circuit and fixture ID.
This course will give you the knowledge to bring your design concepts to life. Set your lighting fixtures’ intensity, position, colour, and gobos then export renders and present virtual simulations to clients.
Plots and Paperwork
This course provides you with the knowledge needed to create professional, scaled plots and lighting paperwork, including fixture schedules, pipe tapes and reports.
The Complete WYSIWYG Essentials Package5 Courses
Accelerate your knowledge. Our wysiwyg essential course bundle covers fundamentals and features to help you design a wysiwyg project from start to finish.
Take your wysiwyg knowledge to the next level by gaining in-depth knowledge through these courses. Our advanced courses include practical exercises and quizzes throughout to help you consolidate your learning.
This course will develop knowledge and skills that will enable you to import CAD files and simplify 3D models for efficiency. You will also learn about advanced CAD features to assist in the creation of custom objects and venues.
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This course explores advanced features of wysiwyg. Familiarize yourself with settings; patch and focus fixtures; build LED walls and add multi-media to your file; make use of wysiwyg cameras; pre-visualize lighting and other components of your show.