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  1. gsmith37064

    Continue The Story In 4 Words...

    bud wise errrrrr frogs...
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    No plan... is best!
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    But, are you sure?
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    You skipped a word!
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    The little one... yes?
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    Surface Pro

    Yes it's okay for programming your sequences. If you are not pixels, give it a go and see how it preforms for you.
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    Surface Pro

    So the Pi is wired then?
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    Surface Pro

    A lot of mine are that large as well and take no time to do what I want with them over WIFI. I can't remember the hardware of the WIFI adapter of the Surface Pro 3 but I want to say it was not AC. I could be mistaken as its been a while. But my desktop PC is which is why I don't have issues. It's also running a 4GHz CPU with 32gigs of memory. It's insanely fast. I am not sure what kind of WIFI adapter is in the Pi. is it AC? UPDATE: I have the i5 Surface Pro 3 which does contain and AC WIFI adapter. SPEC wise it should be okay but it's not.
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    Surface Pro

    My LOR PC is WIFI and works great with all my pixels. No lags what so ever. It was just the Surface Pro 3 that could not keep up.
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    Surface Pro

    I had the Surface Pro 3 (8 gig) and used S4 running 3 seasons ago. As long as I did not do a lot with pixels, it worked well. Once I started adding a CCR tree, circles,and everything else pixel related, it could not keep up and lagged. It may have worked better if it was wired, but it's WIFI only. Also the sound would stop outputting to my receiver and I had to reboot. I used it in the garage and would remote into it.
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    thats your ass, right?
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    but its runny...
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    Makes you toot?
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    Phil saw no shadow...
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    Lay off the weed...
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    Still waiting on Winter.
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    Smart Pixel Singing Faces

    Just remember the faces from Boscoyo do not have a vowel mouth channel. It uses the upper lip and another lip channel. It looks a little unnatural to be honest. I ordered the singing lightbulbs and found this out after they got in. I may make a vowel channel later as I do like the singing bulbs. So any sequences you pick up here on the forums will need to be edited to work correctly. Converting to pixel is easy though.
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    You speak broken english
  19. You are on the far left
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    America... The new Pollock.
  21. I don't think James did the conversion of mine on this one.
  22. And I thought my 10 min version was long as It took me a couple of months to do it. I was going to use it for New Years and ended up taking my show down. So no one got to enjoy it. I really can't imagine doing a 16 min version. That's almost a whole show right there.
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    There is always one...
  24. Like this? This one is 10 mins long. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLQHVUmuYoY&list=PLIYxFlyjjow-L8kRH8qwP4gncA-KSxYOt&index=81&t=0s Keep in mind that its ALL RGB dumb and smart nodes. Even the singing trees. No normal LEDS here.
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    How to add Motion Effect Row?

    Motion Effects ================================================================================================ Shift-A prompts for a new effect and inserts that effect into the selected area. To add a motion effect row to a prop, right-click on the prop name in the sequence grid, then select Add/Modify Motion Effect Row from the pop-up menu. In the Motion Row dialog, click the Add Row button, then click OK.
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