What is the difference between Wings AVIO licenses "Basic", "Lite", "Advanced", "Pro", and "Premium"?

Sven Giersch
2017-06-13 11:42

Basically, the difference of the Wings Avio version is based on the amount of the "functional groups" that are necessary for the AV installation. There are some basic functions that come with the free Basic version and are included by default in every type of license. If more functions are needed, more functional groups can be added. Check the details in the following tables: 

 

Wings Avio Basic
  • Software Download
  • Avio Basic functions *
Wings Avio Lite
  • USB-Dongle
  • Avio basic functions *
  • 1 Avio functional group of choice **
Wings Avio Advanced
  • USB-Dongle
  • Avio basic functions *
  • 3 Avio functional groups of choice **
Wings Avio Pro
  • USB-Dongle
  • Avio basic functions *
  • 6 Avio functional groups of choice **
Wings Avio Premium
  • USB-Dongle
  • Avio basic functions *
  • All Avio functional groups of choice **

 

 

* - Avio Basic Functions: ** - Avio Functional Groups
  • mouse
  • shutdown
  • demo Node
  • ASCII-Interface
  • command execution
  • audio
  • WOL (Wake-on-LAN)
  • 1x driver
  • 1x custom script
  • 1x WINGS Touch project with 1 Page

 

 

 

  • 1x WINGS Touch project (incl. web hosting)
  • 5x drivers
  • 10x custom scripts
  • MIDI
  • ArtNet
  • 1x KNX line
  • LeapMotion
  • Radar Touch
  • Myo
  • Kinect
  • Facebook
  • Feed Reader
  • Twitter
  • Database Recorder
  • Avio Calendar

For example, three "functional groups" can be combined like shown in the following examples:

1 x 5 drivers   +   1 x Touch project  +   1 x Facebook.  

or: 3 x 5 drivers (=15 drivers).

Please note that every driver instance counts separately. That means if you e.g. have to control 12 projectors you would need to activate 3 x "5 drivers" and cannot activate any addititional functional group.

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