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  2. I am making two huge displays using coroplast. I have watched a couple of videos linked off of planetchristmas in which the poster used wood for his frames. I wasn't crazy about that idea, because of the condition of the wood over time, weight, etc... Just so you know when I say huge, I'm talking about the car I have drawn, 1937 Oldsmobile from A Christmas Story uses two sheets of Coro, so that's 4 ft tall and 16 foot long (Actually used another foot and a half of another sheet to finish the roof). The other display is Cousin Eddie's RV from Christmas Vacation. It uses a total of four sheets of Coro. So that's also 16 ft long, but 8ft tall. I have already used thinner to get the glaze off the coro, primed it, and already drawn both vehicles. So before painting, I thought I should frame them so I can paint over and screws/ washers. Who better to ask than you guys, do you have any better ideas for framing such a huge project? After all the work I am putting in to this, I seriously don't want the wind to destroy them.
  3. Used your preview for this QUICK demo...
  4. No problem at all. Longer than 50, I have strings of 60 pixels, 70 pixels, 94 pixels, 100 pixels, & 116 pixels. All sequenced in SuperStar. Yes, the fold uses less ports. Some people are practically paranoid at needing to use power injection and will avoid it at almost all cost, and some hardly even think about it. Personally I have no problem using power injection when needed. I also am not afraid to have lots of shorter strings when that is convenient.
  5. Thanks, now i see, how to use it. I have 21*73 tree, but i've made it as an example 20*73. For now i want to learn, how to make superstar effects for the strings longer than 50. I've made it fold, because i think, that u should fold it during installing to use less ports of the controller. It will be cheaper to use power injections.
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  7. Is that how the actual strings are going to be built? You originally said 21 x 73 and now it's 20 x 73 with a fold. It's VERY important to map it EXACTLY as the prop will actually be built. As for exporting to SuperStar, that's not how it's done in S5. In the S5 Sequencer, select a motion effects row for the tree for some amount of time, and select "Insert SuperStar Effects". That will open SuperStar with that prop and segment of time. Sequence in SuperStar, then exit SuperStar. That will insert that sequencing for that chunk of time into the sequence. To edit it later, double click on the segment and it will automatically open that segment in SuperStar.
  8. So, i've created a layout with some changes. I have 21 strings of 73 pixels, so i've created a preview with 10 strings with 146 pixels on each and made 1 fold on each string. So summary i've recieved a 20*73 pixels tree. And now i don't know, how to export it to superstar sequencer. The preview file is attached. tree 20_73.lorprev
  9. May I please get a copy Thank You Gernergang@gmail.com
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  11. May I please get a copy Thank You Gernergang@gmail.com
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  18. I hope you get better. Merry Christmas
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