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ebrown1972 last won the day on December 27 2015

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  1. Absolutely. Great job on the last one you sent! Please send to ebrown1972@nwcable.net Thanks James
  2. Could I take a look too? Send to ebrown1972@nwcable.net Thanks James
  3. I have a 12 string rgb tree that I want to turn into a 24 string rgb tree. Does superstar have the ability to scale a sequence made for a 12 string into a 24 string? Xlights has the ability to do this and I was hoping superstar does too but I do not see it. Thanks
  4. Just use a gif. I found that to be the easiest way. You cannot control one pixel at a time with a prop in pixel editor
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  6. Also deer fencing can be any spacing you want
  7. Use deer fence. You can't beat the price and 12mm pixels fit into the holes perfectly. I bought mine from home Depot. I purchased a pixel net a few years ago and if I knew about deer fence before then I would have never bought the net. The only thing that will need to be made with deer fence is a PVC frame or something similar.
  8. When I was a little kid I would decorate my room with Christmas lights during that time of the year. When I got older and moved out on my own I would decorate with only static lights. In 2012 I bought a Mr. Christmas. It was not what I wanted and the following week I purchased one LOR 16 channel controller. That was in October of 2012. I learned a little about how LOR worked and bought pre made sequences. I ran my first show that year with just 16 channels. My town only has around 10,000 people in it but I won the best decorated house that year for my town. After that year I was hooked. A few years later I would add pixels and was amazed by how they could be controlled. 2015 was my first year using pixels. In 2016 I was 100% pixels and had close to 5,000 of them in my show. In 2017 I plan on using close to 8,000 pixels. I no longer use LOR hardware. I do all of mine the DIY way. I still use LOR software though. I was hoping to do my first Halloween show this year but am not sure I will get to. My other hobby is my street/strip car. With the light hobby and the car hobby I just don't have much time for anything else.
  9. Could I please get a copy ebrown1972@nwcable.net Thanks very much
  10. I would like to take a look too please. Send to ebrown1972@nwcable.net Thank you
  11. I actually ordered mine from Paul Zhang. They were custom ordered too. I wanted them all even drops too so that I could just model them as a matrix. I ordered mine to be 10 feet long per section and will use 9 of them to cover the front of my house. However you order them you will love them. They look great.
  12. I would probably just draw individual pixels to match the layout. The ones I ordered had 15 drops with 7 per drop so I set mine up as a matrix.
  13. What configuration is the icicle lights? He makes ones with even drops and some that are not.
  14. I'm with K6ccc on this. Learn how to use superstar by sequencing with it instead of using the instant sequence feature. Superstar is easy to learn. Watch Brian's tutorials and it will help a great deal.
  15. I don't know if any of you are using intensity files or not but since I switched completely over to pixels last year I only used intensity files. I ran 4500 pixels last year with no lag at all. None. This year I will be running right around 8000 pixels. My computer is an older HP with 2.6 GHz Windows 7 64 bit system. I did upgrade it to 16 gig of ram. I got the laptop off of eBay refurbished for $215. If you can start using intensity files it does take care of lag!