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  1. Hope they are ok as well.
  2. Matt, Thank you for getting back to me. I have started working with Superstar the way you mentioned but I am having some difficulties. I typically build a prop outside of the sequencer in Superstar and then integrate the completed prop back into the sequencer. Say a 20 x 20 matrix. As far as I know, I don't know of a way to decompose Superstar to get single channel versions of the display built. Over the past few days, I have been working to see if I could paste the completed Superstar 20 x 20 matrix into the sequencer as you suggested. What I have observed is that although I defined the matrix array as 3 subarrays (140 pixels, 140 pixels, and 120 pixels) in the Design Preview when I go into the sequencer and select Insert Superstar Feature the matrices are not the correct length. They are only 17 pixels long per row, not 20 pixels. I have also seen when I paste the Superstar sequence into the Sequencer Superstar window, the sequence loses fidelity. i.e. a 7 row layout imports as a 3 row layout. I am pasting the complete 20 x 20 matrix Superstar sequence into the Sequencer Superstar subwindow, so this may be causing problems, but I don't know how to decompose Superstar to only show one channel of a design. I am still very excited about S5. You have incorporated many features that I do like and am looking forward to working with it for years to come (or at least until you come out with S6). Cheers, Ty Olmstead
  3. When I export from Superstar to a sequence, I would like to be able to append to a sequence.(This would allow me to develop props independently and then merge into a master file.) Currently, Superstar writes over the existing sequence.