Easy, simple & reliable
ArtNetView is a simple app to view and monitor Art-Net data that flows through your network.
Setting up the app is easy. Just plug in your Art-Net network and see what is going on all different universes.
Easy and clear interface
View history per channel
Shows all available Universes
Shows the source IP address
Plots a graph of the history
Shows universes in hex
Perfect tool if you work on a GrandMa lighting console and need to check the DMX or ArtNet on the network.
Standalone monitor, Compatible with Windows and macOS!
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Art-Net is a royalty-free communications protocol for transmitting the DMX512-A lighting control protocol and Remote Device management (RDM) protocol over the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) of the Internet protocol suite. It is used to communicate between "nodes" (e.g., intelligent lighting instruments) and a "server" (a lighting desk or general purpose computer running lighting control software).
Art-Net is a simple implementation of DMX512-A protocol over UDP in which lighting control information is conveyed in IP packets, typically on a private local area network such as Ethernet. Supported functions include transmitting and receiving lighting data (e.g., fader levels for individual lights, positions of movable lights); management functions such as detecting nodes, updating node control parameters, and transmitting timecodes; and functions that allow nodes to "subscribe" to "publisher" nodes so that, for example, nodes A and B can subscribe to node C (C will unicast information to A and B).
More info about Art-Net can be found on Wikipedia - Art-net