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Marty Belisle

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About Marty Belisle

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    Cold Lake, AB
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    Manager

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  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    On-line
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

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    4.3.36
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    Pro

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  1. Great rocker tune, James if your sharing would love a copy, please and thanks mbelisle@eastlink.ca
  2. Sorry BluMan just caught your question. Sails are 450 pixels each 18 x 25. 7' steel 3/4" tubing with 4 x 3/8 steel rod bent in a half moon shape. I used the 1/2 moon for viewing either way when parked down the street. 1/2 inch steel rod drove into the ground and the sail tube slides over. I did add a piece of angle iron as a rear support as they moved a little too much in the wind. Shockingly they managed a couple of huge windstorms that I was sure would have bent them up. For the upcoming season I hope to install some permanent footings in the ground to eliminate the angle iron.
  3. Matt any idea when the new version might be released? This was similar to my issue last year when I attempted to convert to S5 but I could not recover even when I closed and reopened. The change over would have required a ton of rework. Little apprehensive to try the conversion again, thanks. Marty
  4. Awesome, way too close to home. Great post season reality check, love it.
  5. Wow great job on your first go with sequencing, welcome to the addiction.
  6. Very nice, love the roof. Great job.
  7. Great job, have to agree the shooting stars are awesome.
  8. Couple of videos, all are posted on YouTube. Its our time of year forum users, enjoy the season.
  9. Big night, weather was great, 800 treaters and lots of kids busting a move to the music. Walk thru and one of my songs. https://youtu.be/2oQY0KwEtpg https://youtu.be/cb38oOI7lmQ
  10. Thanks Matt did some more testing using the text scroll to reveal I had two complete universes acting weird. Turns out two leads off my new controller # 1 and # 4 were mislabelled opposite to their outputs when I traced them back. Because # 1 was the bottom 3 rows of pixels on my matrix it appeared the images and text were low. The problem didn't show up with other effects except for colors being out. I used a full line of small letter "L" and moved it up and down my matrix with the offset slider to help to identify the problem. All good now. Thanks for the suggestion.
  11. Testing a new matrix (ungrouped prop) I found that my mini gifs have perfect alignment in my preview however when tested on my matrix they are too low on the screen. Even with scrolling text it appears perfectly centered in the preview however too low on the actual screen. I triple checked my prop set up / assignment against my physical matrix assembly to verify everything matched. I have a number of matrixes and cannot recall having to adjust from what I could see on the preview. My assumption is that it has something to do with the format of the gif? Anyone else experience this issue?
  12. Right now running S4 as I'm waiting for a bug to be fixed up in the next release of S5 before I try it again. Running 40k plus channels of RGB and I am concerned that I'm getting too bright for my neighborhood. Only really worried about my ribbons and nodes, bulbs with diffusers seem to be fine. Dimming down will also help with my video taping and pictures as the bright lights on big props definitely wash out. Good idea K6ccc, adjusting the hardware might be the simplest to get the desired brightness without physically having to adjusts thousands of motion effects, thanks.
  13. Is there a quick way to dim down the complete sequence or do you need to open every motion effect and adjust accordingly?
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