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  1. Hi JR, could you send me a 4th of July sequence for a 16x50 matrix? Thanks jmcrackel@yahoo.com
  2. Thanks for that information Mr P; I am only aware of Basic Plus license. I shall check out the SuperStar license as well. James
  3. Hello, I just received my LOR pixie 16 controller and some RGB strings. I have figured out how to control them individually using the sequence editor. I have also watched a video how to create SuperStar effects. My question is, do I need to upgrade to the PRO license to import the SuperStar effects into the sequence editor? Thanks, James LOR Software Version4.3.26 License LevelBasic Plus Current LOR lighting: ShowTime Central with miniDirector and FM Transmitter 30 Amp ReadyToGo 16 channel light controller RS485 USB adapter 12v Pixie 16 Controller 16 strings of RGB square pixels
  4. I have about 8 Applight LED light strings (https://www.amazon.com/AppLights-Lightshow-24-Light-Multi-Color-Lighting/dp/B017GROJ42) purchased about 3 years ago, and half of the strings are already bad (they only offer a 90 day warranty). The are smart pixels with their own built in Bluetooth controller. My question is, has anyone who has a set(s) of these, tried to use them with a pixie LOR controller? Would I remove the controller from the Applight string and hard wire it back together with a few wire nuts? Thanks
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    Square vs bullet pixels

    Thanks again all for the helpful information! J
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    Square vs bullet pixels

    I know I want to build a pixel matrix grid, so that's why I chose to get some bullet rgb pixels. But what would be the reasons to obtain the square rgb pixels? Can someone give me some design advantages why a square pixel would work better than a bullet pixel (FYI, I just received a starter kit from LOR and am trying to figure out what else I might want). Thanks
  7. Got it. Thanks for educating me on this! J
  8. So I found these pixel controllers on the LOR site: http://store.lightorama.com/pico.html can I just “plug” this into my 16 channel light controller? Thanks for the license recommendation JR, I’ll probably get the Pro. J
  9. Thanks for the replies all. I purchased two sets of the ws2811s: http://store.lightorama.com/12vgrbupi50c.html And the showtime central starter package: http://store.lightorama.com/shcestpa.html
  10. I purchased and just received the ShowTime Central Starter Package from LOR. I also purchased two strings of 12v RGB bullet pixels. However, the 16 channel light controller that came with the package appears to only support the conventional UL 120v plugs (for the usual LED light strings). Do I need to purchase another card or something to attach my RGB bullet pixels to this light controller? I want to be able to control the color of each light and that's the reason I purchased the RGB pixels. Thanks