Yes, it seems lanbox is sleeping, new website but no software download etc.
But I still use my lanbox in 2 ways:
First using TCP/IP, I mix use of old LCedit and homemade Isadora lanbox commands (cue list, changing values etc.), very reliable and during the show all the light computation is outside my computer, leaving computer time to Video. A fade in / fade out between 2 complicated cues is very demanding for processor and network.
Sometime I use the lanbox as artNet interface, with ArtNetProxy doing translation from Isadora OSC to LanBox artNet.
@Skulpture hei Graham, thank you. I really like his aesthetics and style. Very inspiring. In opera you can find a lot with projection nowadays, of course also a cost effective way to save money for scenario.
Maybe the transition from opera to pure classical concert could be the missing link that was missing for me. Great community here as always and big help for my research to integrate Isadora with my classical concerts
@mark Obviously if you had a 6 seconds fade out and 0 second fade in, Scene 2 would immediately make Scene 1 invisible, though the sound would take 6 seconds to fade out. That was your goal in the original post, yes?
For sure, if you have the Adobe Creative Cloud Widget, you should turn it off. Several users reported everything was back to normal after turning it off. Similarly, I would disable DropBox syncing or anything else like that to see if it has an effect.
There are many user complaints on Adobe's site about system slowdowns related to this software. It seems to cause problems for all kinds of apps, not just Isadora.