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If you are looking for WYSIWYG, you have come to the right place. We explain what WYSIWYG is and point you to the official download.

What is WYSIWYG?

WYSIWYG is a production design program that comes in three flavors: the Report edition, which offers users a comprehensive lighting plotter, gear scheduling/listing and planning solution; the Design edition, which supplies users with 3D simulation capabilities for presenting lighting and production ideas in a dynamic format; and finally, the Perform edition, which adds more features and the ability to design complete performance simulations.

Of the 3 editions of the software, only Report is restricted to 2D views (although it has drawing tools for graphics production as well). All of them have access to a 13,000-strong library of useable fixtures, CAD modeling utilities, compatibility with most industry-standard file formats for export and import (more specifically, CAD, PDF, DWG and DXF), the scalable plotting, and both automated & conventional model types. Perform is the full-featured edition and thus the most expensive of all three. It shares 3D view, enhanced beams/video/picture walls, time of day simulation, and studio-quality rendering tools with the mid-level Design edition while also adding the following: connectivity to (certain) DMX hardware, 2-way communications with compatible consoles, 6-degree movement simulation, Artnet/CITP/DMX connection, and more than 50,000 DMX channels in total.

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File types supported by WYSIWYG

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About file types supported by WYSIWYG

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Last updated: : August 6, 2014