User Guides

Teach yourself how to use d3 by working through our online user guides. They will not only describe all the features of d3, but also explain to you in detail how to use them.

r14 User Guide

Learn how to use new features in r14 including real-time generative effects and device recording. Plus other improvements including DMX patching, sACN and CITP support, cue lists and many other minor changes.
See r14 User Guide

r13 User Guide

The r13 User Guide is an evolution of the previous r12 User Guide and includes new and updated features for d3. New features include: updated user interface, Hours Minutes Seconds Frames (HMSF) Timeline and Windows 10 support.
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r12 User Guide

The r12 User Guide is an evolution of the previous r11 User Guide and includes new and updated features for d3. New features include: Dynamic Blend, Content Management, Universal Crossfade, Direct Matrix Routing and BlackTrax integration.
See r12 User Guide

Pro Range Hardware Manual

The pro range takes d3 to the next level. Drive up to four 4K outputs or 16 HD outputs, transfer content in minutes not hours, and switch video signal formats as the industry evolves. The flagship tier of the d3 product family.

In this manual read how to configure pro range hardware.
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VFC Install Hardware Guide

As accessories to the d3 4×4pro, d3’s VFC (Video Format Conversion) cards are an industry first and allow users to drive up to 4×4K or up to 16HD from one single server, by swapping out the output cards.

In this manual read how to change out VFC cards on the d3 4×4pro.
See VFC hardware guide

Plus Range Hardware Manual

The d3 2×2plus is the first product in the plus range. Drive up to two 2K outputs plus a GUI display. Optional DVI / SDI capture and pro audio configurations available. Perfect for smaller shows and installations.

In this manual read how to configure plus range hardware.
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Classic Range Hardware Manual

The d3 4U v2.5 has been discontinued but continues to be supported.

In this manual read how to configure classic range hardware.
See Classic Range Hardware Manual