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      1/18/2018 - LOR has resumed operations after the fire   01/17/2018

      As of 1/18 we have resumed operations.  On 1/16 a fire occurred in the same building that houses the main LOR offices and manufacturing.    More information can be found in 'Important Announcements'.    


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  1. Don’t get too excited about the Pi configuration. Prior to mine arriving on Monday, I had never touched a Raspberry Pi. Followed the step by step from the Falcon forum and waited a while and the FPP web interface became live. The setup is fairly intuitive, although the wording is a bit confusing for bridge mode, but a little help from caniac and it was easily figured out. My panels arrived yesterday and it’s killing me that I can’t play with them yet because the PiHat is not expected until Tuesday...
  2. Fraud

    Glad to hear it Dennis. I changed my password yesterday just in case. Whoever was behind it wasn't very smart. If my job was that of a criminal I would have sent very small payments to see if those went through and then saved the bigger payments for myself. LOL. I've worked as a law enforcement officer for almost 18 years now. Internet fraud is one of the most reported crimes of all now.
  3. Fraud

    In today's world of hacking and crime, everyone should keep tabs on ALL online accounts activity on a regular basis. No company/profile with online access is safe anymore.
  4. Fraud

    And change your passwords!
  5. Connecting P10 LED panels to LOR?

    four foot square, haven't used a micrometer since 1972.
  6. Hi Everyone, One of the frustrating problems I had was the fact that the music I purchased on-line for the music sequences seemed to have a different volume for each song. When playing the sequences some of the volume was too low or too high. I checked Audacity to see if that could adjust the volume of the individual songs, but it would only adjust what you heard through Audacity but would NOT change the volume of the MP3 file in your computer. Thus when you played the song through LOR, the original volume was used. I did find some software that actually does change the volume of the MP3 file on the computer, and it is freeware - no charge. I copied all my music files in the Audio folder of Light-O-Rama to a back-up folder. I then used this software and treated all my LOR music files as an 'album'. The software then went through and analyzed all the music and showed a graphic by song of the differences within the 'album'. I then continued and had the software process all the music so that all the songs were similar in volume. The software worked perfectly showing a consistant volume throughout the 'album'. I then opened the individual sequences and checked each one. It worked perfectly. I recommend this software to anyone who has the same problem with differing volumes in the LOR sequences and shows. The software is called MP3Gain and can be found here: http://mp3gain.sourceforge.net/ Check it out, read the web site and see if it is something you could use.