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About pyrotech

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    Denver, Colorado
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    programmer

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    Pyrotechnics
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    internet
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    christmas

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    A Beta Version
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  1. Hey everyone, Does anyone know if there is a way to add a global delay to all the sequences in a show? I have roughly 15 separate sequences running in my show. I am needing to delay the visuals (NOT the audio), by roughly 2/10 of a second. The reason is because I am splitting out my audio and distributing it over a network. This introduces latency and therefore, my visuals are roughly 2/10 of a second in front of my audio. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Tim
  2. Thank you all for the responses. I will anxiously await the new version. Until then, one of my sequences is completely useless and therefore has been removed from my show. Thanks, Tim
  3. So, I am having an issue with a motion effect. Here's what I have... - Using the "Meteor" effect - For the Speed parameter, I changed it to "use audio waveform". - When I play the sequence through the editor, it works great. - However, when I play it through my show, it doesn't work at all. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks, Tim
  4. "I would like a copy sent to pyrotech6@hotmail.com" "I agree to not sell or share this sequence with anyone. This request will be used for my private, personal use on my show only. I also understand the mere fact of making changes to the borrowed sequence and pasting it in to my sequence does not make it mine to share". Thank you very much! Tim
  5. Thanks to all for the responses. To further clarify, I would just simply like to use the "singing Christmas tree" faces, or the "Pumpkin" face and instead of having a physical prop of these faces, I can just use my matrix. With that being said, I do like the video in Alan's thread. thanks, Tim
  6. Hey all, Has anyone ever sequenced any faces directly on a matrix screen? Thanks, Tim
  7. May i please get a copy? phantom1626@hotmail.com Thanks, Tim
  8. Hello, I would love a copy of this please. phantom1626@hotmail.com Thanks, Tim
  9. Hey everyone, So, this is my first year expanding into a Halloween show. I have a large Matrix and i'm just looking for a few sequences to use on the matrix screen. Does anyone have anything, please?? Thanks, Tim
  10. May I please get a copy of this? pyrotech6@hotmail.com Thanks, Tim
  11. Hello, May please get a copy of this as well? phantom1626@hotmail.com Thanks for doing this! Tim
  12. may i please get a copy? pyrotech6@hotmail.com Thanks, Tim
  13. Perfect! That's exactly what I was hoping for. Thank you all very much! I already ordered my Kill-a-watt meter Thanks, Tim
  14. Hey all, Hopefully, this is an easy question for someone out there. I am running a 100% pixel based show. I've got quite a few controllers and lots of the 12v power supplies. (12v, 350w, 29A) I know how to calculate my actual load on all my different power supplies. For example: - I have 270 pixels (evenly distributed) running off one of my controllers. Each pixel draws .54 watts and .045mA - 270 x .54 = 145.8 Watts - 270 x .045 = 12.15 Amps So, this is where I get confused. How do I then calculate how many of these 12v power supplies can I safely put on one single 20Amp branch circuit? Is there a calculation for this? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Tim
  15. I'm not sure I understand it, but that fixed it! Thank you very much. Tim
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