Great, i saw there are many things to learn for me but now I'm able to have the first events with the software.
Actually I'm trying to make a "Follow Spot" Effect with my Moving Heads but this seems to be very difficult
A follow spot with a moving head or scanner is nearly impossible it always looks a bit jerky. It can be coreographed but timing is critical and the person has to know where to walk and at what speed and where to stand etc.
You can use a joystick to move the light which can make it a bit easier "LIVE" but it is far from perfect. You would need to adjust the precision on the Pan/Tilt controls within DVC2 to try and get the movement as smooth as possible, but doing that then can make the fixture to slow to keep up and you would need to put it back for normal use.
I use DVC2 for band lighting and I set my moving heads up for where the guitarists and singers normally would stand. They always move and I have to try and reposition the lights on the fly. 9 times out of 10 I am unsuccesful because you are trying to watch the lights and move something on screen so you end up doing something wrong and it all goes wrong.
There have been attempts to have tracking lights. i.e. the person would where a transmitter and the light would locate that and track them where ever they went. It was extremely costly and the people did not like to wear another "box" on themselves. Think about guitarists and singers with there radio mikes and wireless system for guitars. Those boxes are not exactly small.
The only real way to have a follow spot is to actually have a follow spot and someone to control it, which all professional live shows have.