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stephen walker

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About stephen walker

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  • Birthday 06/20/1963

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Memphis, TN
  • Occupation
    Industrial Electrician

More About Me

  • Interests
    Computers, Electronics, Lighting, and classic Corvette's
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    I saw my first synchronized display in 2007 and immediatly rushed home to search the internet to find out how the guy was doing it. I found Lightorama and have been hooked ever since.
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas! Duh...

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    4.0.38
  • License Level
    Advanced

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  1. This is something I am interested in also. I do a synchronized light show as part of a high school christmas choir concert every year. This year we found some gloves with flashing LED's in the finger tips for the show choir to do a dance routine with in the dark and it looked awesome. I would really like to step it up and have individually controlled jackets or something. I want to use a Sandevices E6804 to control the pixels and a small wireless router to connect the controller to my network. I have parts ordered and will start experimenting soon!
  2. I did a 10 CCR tree and it was awesome. I would imagine 8 would look great too.
  3. The only thing that worries me about the ELOR is the amount of data that a user is going to be trying to push through it (4 DMX Universes) over one LOR network! Last year I ran 10 CCR's and had to split them up across three separate LOR networks to keep them from lagging behind. Pixels take a lot of data. Maybe I am speaking out of turn, but from my experience last year, I would be afraid of planning on running tons of pixels over a LOR network. that's why I personally am so insistent on e1.31. The speed of an Ethernet network is far superior. Just a thought. SteveMaris wrote: I'm with you. I just don't understand how someone says they will wait, unless they don't have a plan for pixels.
  4. Hey Dan Any news on how E1.31 is coming along in S3? It's been a couple months since you nave chimed in on the topic.
  5. I know this is an old post but I have a related question and this seems like the best place for it. I have the IDMX1000 that I want to mount in a place that would be better if I didn't have LOR network cables ran to it. Can I connect an Easy Light Linker to my IDMX1000, supply power to the IDMX and it work as a stand alone unit?
  6. I have been using the new SuperStar for a few days and love it. I ran into a small problem tonight. Someone else needs to try this on their pc and see if it is a problem in the software or something isolated to my instalation. When I am in Monochrome mode and try to draw a scene in the color "Blue" it works fine untill I click on the star for my tree and what ever I made blue truns purple. if I turn the colors back to blue it turns my star back off. LOL it don't want me to have a blue tree with a star on top. I am attaching a pic Stephen Attached files
  7. Actually after looking at it closer, the RGB copy does not include channels 151-157 so I can't do a copy from the exported version to my existing sequence and get everything.
  8. Ok This is starting to make since to my little pea brain. I inserted my 10 ccr devices and then degrouped. When I look at them in the channel configuration I see channels 1-157 for each ccr. That makes sence to me. When I export from SSL and look at the chanel configuration I get two copies of each channel for every ccr but one copy is layed out as individual channels and the other is set up as RGB. I assume by what you are telling me that you do not need both or am I way off base?
  9. Brian purchased the full upgrade to 24 ccr's and was checking out how to get a CCR sequence into an existing LOR sequence. when I investigated the cut/paste and the paint sequence methods it assumes there is already a channel configuration setup in your existing sequence to paste or paint it to. I tried to go to my new sequence and set up the chanels myself but when I use add device - cosmic color device. it formats the ccr channels completely different than SSL. Is there an easy solution?
  10. Looks like you beat me to it. ha can I uninstall my old version of SSL? Just to kep my hard drive from being so junky.
  11. Stop the press! just figured it out. I have been starting SSL from the icon on my desk top that was created by SSL when I installed it a year ago. When I started it from the Lightorama control panal in the system tray it works perfectly. Clear as mud. LOL Thanks
  12. Sequence editor is fine. it says 3.0.0 Advanced. SSL is my concern. it says (Gemini version) click on help, about "Gemini version 1.5.1" I tried to export and it said that my current version required that I have the number of ribbions set to 2 or less.
  13. I just upgraded to S3. not as smooth as it should have been but i'm there. I originally purchased the SSL software from Brian before LOR got involved. I purchased the Gemini version (only 2 CCR's) Today I go online and purchased the upgrade from 2 CCR's to 24 CCR's for 154.95 and when it registered the software for me it said I had the 24 CCR version but nothing has changed with my SSL software. I am still limited to 2 CCR's. do I have to download the newer version that Brian has been working on or what? Im confused! This is the instructions they emailed me. Thank you for upgrading your Light-O-Rama SuperStar license from 2_CCR to 24_CCR. To use your upgraded license, please open the Light-O-Rama Sequence Editor, click on the 'Help' menu, and select 'Upgrade Light-O-Rama' (or, if the computer is not already registered, 'Register Light-O-Rama'). Copy and paste the following information in the window that opens: Name: Stephen Walker License Key:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Lightorama sequence editor has already been registered. this is no help at all. Thanks Stephen Walker
  14. Ok I just found the downloas S3 link on the LOR website, downloaded and installed the new software. it automaticaly found my license key and registered it for me. it appears to be working fine. I still don't get that crazy email, but what ever. I'm up and running. LOL
  15. Bob sent you the email my software has been registered for quite some time. but neither option is popping up under the help tab.
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