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    Broomfield, CO.
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    Exec Client Services / Account Management

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    Family, music, sports, business, lightshow
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    From a friend that does light shows
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  1. Guys, thanks so much. After rebooting I was able to make a few adjustments and get things going. Embarrassingly, the likely issue is that I didn't have all the SE props checked in my PE prop preview options. Hard to tell if that was the only thing, but I'm sure that was part of it. Thanks as always!
  2. Thanks. I'm working on setting up the 2nd network now. I have my 3 regular units set to Comm 3, Reg at 57k and the 2 RGB units on Aux at 500k Enhanced. Feels like I'm on the right track but getting the same results. Standard units working in SE and when show is enabled. Can't seem to get RGBs going. I still need to go into the PE and changes the props to the Aux secondary port and I'm hope it will work. I'm having some issues getting my show laptop rebooted to try that. If I still can't get it to work I'll jump back in and respond to the questions. Appreciate the help.
  3. Hi Dennis, thanks again for helping. So, turning down got the SE to play/show my standard LOR units (and RGB floods) but not the CCRs. So, in short, slow (57k) works for standard LOR only and enhances works for CCR only. Neither speed will control all. So, this leaves to assume that I do in fact need to run 2 separate com ports and then run the CCRs on the Aux port. Is that correct? I was told my LOR that my 3 standard unit plus 2 pixel unit setup would be fine on one com/network but that doesn't seem to be the case. Can you confirm if that makes sense to you?
  4. Yes sir. 1 port, LOR Network. Speed set to 500.0K (LOR Fastes). Enahanced.
  5. jroot

    CCR Tree Effects

    Hi Matt or Tony - Do you know why I can only see my RGB lights when trying to run my show? Everything is set up and ready to go. Hardware finds all units and they test OK. I run a Sequence in SE and get nothing responding in the yard. I run a sequence in PE and I get RGBs working. I enable my show in the control panel and again, only RGBs work. Any ideas? Thanks!
  6. And LOR Admin, ease up on the admonishment. I just felt this topic fit several different categories and wanted to make sure it was "seen." I wish you all responded as quickly and passionately to real questions as you did merging my request for help in the forum.
  7. Hi Dennis. Sequencing in both. When sequencing in PE I Save and then Save Intensity Files.
  8. RGB Controllers Getting Commands, Standard Controllers Not Trying to run my show tonight. I have 3 standard controllers and 1 RGB Flood kit and 1 CCR Tree (5 units total). - All 5 units found and test OK in Hardware console - When running a sequence in SE, no response or lights working. Software runs like normal, just no "show" - When running a sequence in PE, the RGB controllers work (control the RGBs as expected) So I thought maybe I just needed to go ahead and set up the show and schedule editor. Did that and enable the show. Again, only RGBs working. Any ideas? "Control lights" is checked in both. I'm only using one port/network, which I was told is fine for this releatively small number of pixel. Thanks, Jason
  9. RGB Controllers Getting Commands, Standard Controllers Not Trying to run my show tonight. I have 3 standard controllers and 1 RGB Flood kit and 1 CCR Tree (5 units total). - All 5 units found and test OK in Hardware console - When running a sequence in SE, no response or lights working. Software runs like normal, just no "show" - When running a sequence in PE, the RGB controllers work (control the RGBs as expected) So I thought maybe I just needed to go ahead and set up the show and schedule editor. Did that and enable the show. Again, only RGBs working. Any ideas? "Control lights" is checked in both. I'm only using one port/network, which I was told is fine for this releatively small number of pixel. Thanks, Jason
  10. jroot

    CCR Tree Effects

    Thanks!
  11. jroot

    CCR Tree Effects

    Thank you both, I'll play with these suggestions tomorrow. Just so I'm clear, your saying I'd need 12 props, each with just 1 ribbon in order to control 1 ribbon at a time?
  12. jroot

    CCR Tree Effects

    Hello Friends. I have a 12 CCR tree. Am I limited to only the Effects Generator in Pixel Editor? Specifically, How can I control 1 CCR at a time and create chases and other effects by ribbon, not just the pre-existing effects. I know this can be done with SuperStar but I'd be surprised if this can't done with PE. I just can't figure out how. Also, I'm not looking to do individual effects only or the Effects Generator only. Ideally I could do both within a single sequence or at worst one or the other per sequence. Thanks
  13. Thanks again. I did see in the tutorial that a preview with props needed to be created (for each season/year), but because most of the instruction seemed geared toward an initial setup I assumed/hoped that an existing view could be pulled in. Oh wall, shouldn't take too long to recreate and the visual in PE is better anyway.
  14. OK, I think I follow now. Looks like I'll need to create a new prop for all of my "standard" unit lights at least one time, but then I'll have full viewing, correct? I managed to test a couple and it worked. So unliess there's a simple way to import them, I'll just do that. Thanks for the help.
  15. Apparently not enough. But yes, that's where I created the CCR tree prop, added effects, and saved to my existing sequence as PE Props. So I know the CCR tree is added. But I'd like to see how all the lights function together in a playback mode on my laptop. Hope that makes sense.
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