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{{About|a lighting industry control system|the art-dealing website|artnet}} '''Art-Net''' is a protocol for transmitting the lighting control protocol [[DMX512-A]] (with [[RDM_(lighting)|RDM]]) over the [[User Datagram Protocol]] of the [[Internet Protocol suite]]. The protocol was developed by Wayne Howell and his company, Artistic Licence Engineering (UK) Ltd, is open for implementation with attribution but without charge,<ref>{{Cite web |url=http://www.artisticlicence.com/WebSiteMaster/User%20Guides/art-net.pdf |title=Art-Net Protocol Specification}}</ref> and made available as a [[software development kit]] for convenience. It is typically implemented as lighting-control ''nodes'' in embedded controllers, driven from a lighting desk or similar software operating as a ''server''. Art-Net compatible products are made available by dozens of companies. == Facilities == Art-Net is a simple implementation of DMX512-A protocol over [[User Datagram Protocol|UDP]], in which packets containing lighting settings are transmitted over IP packets, typically on a private [[local area network]] such as [[Ethernet]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.artisticlicence.com/WebSiteMaster/App%20Notes/appnote013.pdf |title=Artistic Licence Application Note 13 |date=2007 |accessdate=2012-05-23}}</ref> Facilities exist to transmit or receive lighting data (e.g., fader levels for individual lights or positions of movable lights), as well as management functions such as detecting the nodes available or updating their control parameters, or transmit [[timecode]]. More sophisticated functions include ''subscription'', so that for example, nodes A and B can ''subscribe'' to node C; C will unicast information to A and B. == Versions == Art-Net has gone through three versions which are claimed to be interoperable. Art-Net I used broadcasts extensively, giving a universe limit of approximately 40. Art-Net II mostly uses unicast packets, and addresses 256 universes. Art-Net III, released in 2011, addresses issues in managing larger numbers of universes, up to 32,768. Internally to the protocol, it is referred to as version 14. == Addressing == In its simplest implementation, nodes all broadcast, originally on the 2.0.0.0/8 networks. Addressing is typically fixed per node, often locked to the [[MAC Address]] and an "OEM" code allocated to the manufacturer, and jumper settings. Networks can use [[DHCP]] or statically configured IP addresses, and use [[unicast]] packets for greater network efficiency. The protocol can address 32768 DMX "universes", each of 512 channels, limited by bandwidth. The fixed addressing can be problematic in networks with other addressing requirements.<ref>{{Cite web |url=http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space/ |title=IANA IPv4 Address Space Registry}}</ref> Revision Q of the protocol addressed this problem by adding 10.0.0.0/8 as an addressing scheme, For node discovery, broadcast packets are used. == Packet format == The following table shows a typical packet, ''ArtDMX'', for transmitting lighting values. It is sent to the fixed UDP port 0x1936 (6454 decimal). The pink portion is the same on all Art-Net packets; the green portion is variable. The ''opcode'' tells the recipient this is a packet containing DMX data in the ''data'' portion, intended to be output of the specified ''universe''. ''Sequence'' is a sequential number allowing the recipient to reorder packets to address [[out-of-order delivery]]; ''physical'' is an information packet showing the original physical universe of this data, if required. Then follows up to 512 lighting values in the range 0 to 255. Conceptually, this packet is broadcast to all nodes; but is ignored by all nodes except the one which is configured to listen for this universe. In practice the packet is typically unicast to the correct node. {| class="wikitable" style="margin: 0 auto; text-align: center;" |- style="text-align:center;" ! offset (bytes) ! colspan="8" style="width:150px;"|0 ! colspan="8" style="width:150px;"|1 ! colspan="8" style="width:150px;"|2 ! colspan="8" style="width:150px;"|3 |- style="text-align:center;" ! 0 | colspan="8" style="background:#fdd;"|'A' | colspan="8" style="background:#fdd;"|'r' | colspan="8" style="background:#fdd;"|'t' | colspan="8" style="background:#fdd;"|'-' |- style="text-align:center;" ! 4 | colspan="8" style="background:#fdd;"|'N' | colspan="8" style="background:#fdd;"|'e' | colspan="8" style="background:#fdd;"|'t' | colspan="8" style="background:#fdd;"|0 |- style="text-align:center;" ! 8 | colspan="16" style="background:#fdd;"|Opcode '''ArtDMX''' (0x5000) | colspan="16" style="background:#fdd;"|Protocol Version (14) |- style="text-align:center;" ! 12 | colspan="8"|Sequence | colspan="8"|Physical | colspan="16"|Universe |- style="text-align:center;" ! 16 | colspan="16"|Length (2 to 512, even) | colspan="8" style="background:#dfd;"|Data | colspan="8" style="background:#dfd;"|Data |- style="text-align:center;" ! 20 | colspan="32" style="background:#dfd;"|&nbsp;<br />Data ...<br />&nbsp; |} == See also == * [[Architecture for Control Networks]], a network protocol for theatrical control over UDP/IP * [[Protocol for Stage Illumination]] (PSI), an open protocol for native communication over IP networks == References == {{Reflist}} == External links == *[http://www.artisticlicence.com/index.php?mode=support&sub=faqs&action=&category_id=2 Artistic Licence Art-Net FAQs] [[Category:Stage lighting]] [[Category:Network protocols]]
New page wikitext, after the edit (new_wikitext)
{{About|a lighting industry control system|the art-dealing website|artnet}} '''Art-Net''' is a protocol for transmitting the lighting control protocol [[DMX512-A]] (with [[RDM_(lighting)|RDM]]) over the [[User Datagram Protocol]] of the [[Internet Protocol suite]]. The protocol was developed by Wayne Howell and his company, Artistic Licence Engineering (UK) Ltd, is open for implementation with attribution but without charge,<ref>{{Cite web |url=http://www.artisticlicence.com/WebSiteMaster/User%20Guides/art-net.pdf |title=Art-Net Protocol Specification}}</ref> and made available as a [[software development kit]] for convenience. It is typically implemented as lighting-control ''nodes'' in embedded controllers, driven from a lighting desk or similar software operating as a ''server''. Art-Net compatible products are made available by dozens of companies. == Facilities == Art-Net is a simple implementation of DMX512-A protocol over [[User Datagram Protocol|UDP]], in which packets containing lighting settings are transmitted over IP packets, typically on a private [[local area network]] such as [[Ethernet]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.artisticlicence.com/WebSiteMaster/App%20Notes/appnote013.pdf |title=Artistic Licence Application Note 13 |date=2007 |accessdate=2012-05-23}}</ref> Facilities exist to transmit or receive lighting data (e.g., fader levels for individual lights or positions of movable lights), as well as management functions such as detecting the nodes available or updating their control parameters, or transmit [[timecode]]. More sophisticated functions include ''subscription'', so that for example, nodes A and B can ''subscribe'' to node C; C will unicast information to A and B. == Versions == Art-Net has gone through three versions which are claimed to be interoperable. Art-Net I used broadcasts extensively, giving a universe limit of approximately 40. Art-Net II mostly uses unicast packets, and addresses 256 universes. Art-Net III, released in 2011, addresses issues in managing larger numbers of universes, up to 32,768. Internally to the protocol, it is referred to as version 14. == Addressing == In its simplest implementation, nodes all broadcast, originally on the 2.0.0.0/8 networks. Addressing is typically fixed per node, often locked to the [[MAC Address]] and an "OEM" code allocated to the manufacturer, and jumper settings. Networks can use [[DHCP]] or statically configured IP addresses, and use [[unicast]] packets for greater network efficiency. The protocol can address 32768 DMX "universes", each of 512 channels, limited by bandwidth. The fixed addressing can be problematic in networks with other addressing requirements.<ref>{{Cite web |url=http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space/ |title=IANA IPv4 Address Space Registry}}</ref> Revision Q of the protocol addressed this problem by adding 10.0.0.0/8 as an addressing scheme, For node discovery, broadcast packets are used. == Packet format == The following table shows a typical packet, ''ArtDMX'', for transmitting lighting values. It is sent to the fixed UDP port 0x1936 (6454 decimal). The pink portion is the same on all Art-Net packets; the green portion is variable. The ''opcode'' tells the recipient this is a packet containing DMX data in the ''data'' portion, intended to be output of the specified ''universe''. ''Sequence'' is a sequential number allowing the recipient to reorder packets to address [[out-of-order delivery]]; ''physical'' is an information packet showing the original physical universe of this data, if required. Then follows up to 512 lighting values in the range 0 to 255. Conceptually, this packet is broadcast to all nodes; but is ignored by all nodes except the one which is configured to listen for this universe. 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