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ebrown1972

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About ebrown1972

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    Paris, IL
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    law enforcement

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    Lights and cars mainly.
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    searching on the internet
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    christmas

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    4.3.18
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  1. Does superstar have the ability to scale yet?

    Awesome Brian. I will play around with it soon and start planning next year. Thanks
  2. I have a 12 string pixel tree. I am looking at making this tree a 24 string or even a 32 string tree next year. Does superstar have the ability to scale sequences so that a 12 ccr sequence can be scaled to fit a 24 ccr tree or a 32 ccr tree? Thanks in advance, Eric
  3. FM transmitter

    How long is your audio cable? I have my transmitter 20 feet from my audio source.
  4. FM transmitter

    I had this issue before and I used a longer cable between the transmitter and the audio source and it took care of the problem. Let us know if you get it figured out please.
  5. Duelin Bangos sequence jingle bells

    If you haven't done so I would post this in sequence sharing. You will more than likely find someone that has it for you there.
  6. Getting started with RGB

    If you are uncertain about all of the rgb stuff If I were you I would purchase a pixie4 and get a string of 2811 pixels and play around with it. Purchase a power supply that matches the voltage of the pixels (12v or 5v). The pixels you referenced were ip66 rated. I would use only pixels that are ip68 rated. They are waterproof and will stand up to snow and rain. As explained above read and read more. Watch all of the videos you can. 2 years ago I switched completely over to rgb. I no longer have any traditional lights. I watched and read all that I could. After I ordered what I needed I hooked it all up and it all worked with no problems. To me it was not hard switching over to rgb but I literally spent around 3 months researching rgb and taking in as much as I could. Whatever you decide good luck. Ask questions and read the forums.
  7. Holiday Coro Singing Christmas trees

    That's one thing I have not done yet. Singing faces. I think next year that maybe my new project since I only plan on adding a few things next year. It should be fun.
  8. Matrix sequences for sale?

    He will be matching some of the tree sequences with matrix sequences but probably not all of them. It takes them quite some time to program the matrix sequences. As time goes on I believe we will see more and more matrix sequences matching the trees.
  9. Animations

    Just do a google search. I usually search something like "santa dancing gif" in google images. You will have a bunch show up. You can find a lot this way.
  10. Need help with RBG floods

    Yep and it looks great
  11. Need help with RBG floods

    I had not thought about using my floods to face the audience until now. Thanks
  12. You would be better off to build the 24x50 size. You cannot scale it down to make it work correctly in Superstar. I have a 24x50 and it looks great especially with the sequences that Chris makes from holiday sequences.
  13. CAT5 cable runs

    Thanks for all of the ideas. I am thinking about possibly using paracord from the house to the tree and attaching the cat5 cable to it. Thanks again
  14. CAT5 cable runs

    Hello everyone. I have a portion of my yard that I would like to place a few props in and my tune to sign. In order to get to this part of my yard I will need to contend with my driveway. It's possible I could run the cat5 cable from the top corner of my house over to a tree that sits in this area. I will need to run an extension cord to this area also. If I decide to run the cables on the ground and the driveway what are my options as far as wrapping them in something so they do not get torn up from vehicles driving over the cables? How do most of you contend with this? Or is it just best to run the cables from the house to the tree? Thanks in advance. Eric
  15. 4.3.22 has all the new SuperStar features!

    Cool. Thanks Brian
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