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Ty O

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  1. Thank you for responding to my post. Unfortunately, updating the Nvidia driver did not fix the problem. The grid still is not present in the sequencer and the preview editor still shows a white screen. Thank you for your help.
  2. Light-O-Rama S5 Sequencer (32-bit), Version 5.0.16 Pro Edition Copyright 2016-2017 Light-O-Rama, Inc. Registered to: Ty Olmstead Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit Intel® Core™ i7-6820HK CPU @ 2.70GHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M OpenGL version: 4.5.0 - Build 22.20.16.4771 Hi, My computer updated last night. When I open the sequencer this morning, I don't see a timing grid on sequences (both new and old sequences). That region is white. I also don't see the preview in manage previews I have been using all season (the area where the preview should be is white). When I run a sequence, the props show up in the preview screen. If I double click in the region where a prop command should be, I can open up insert superstar. I tried restarting the program, rebooting the computer, reloading 5.0.16 and installing 5.014, but neither overcame the problem. (I did also experience and out of memory a few days ago, before experiencing this problem. My hard drive has > 10 Gigs free.) One other side question. Why does insert superstar delete the superstar that was previously loaded? It would be nice to just add to a sequence without having to continuously save and load the sequence when entering superstar. Thanks for your help, Ty
  3. Hope they are ok as well.
  4. 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
  5. 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.
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