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JohnnyL

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About JohnnyL

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    Merced Ca
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    Dispacter

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  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    google years ago
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    XMAS

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    5.2.2
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    Advanced
  1. we had the same errors night before last. it was really weird. to fix it I ran the executable (to reinstall) and chose the repair option. that did the trick.
  2. Paul Roberson wrote: Are you saying you think you can import an existing 3 controller (RGB), with lighting comands, into an (one) Aurora RGB controller?????? With no problems?????? Aurora will import FF's channels but you will see them as you would in LOR. when starting a new sequence or adding a FF to a sequence Aurora will compile the RGB ( example "D0" 1 Red "D1" 1 Green "D2" 1 Blue) channels into one channel with a color picker to choose your colors. therefore instead of programming 48 channels in LOR for FF you would see it as 16 channels in Aurora. So Aurora will NOT import FF (3 controllers) with lighting commands into one RGB controller?!? So currently with all the light controlling software out there that we use, there is no way to save hours and hours (and hours) of programming FF (3 controllers) into one RGB controller............ i tried importing 1 FF from S2 and the import worked fine. all 48 channels copied great. if there is a way to auto-compile on import from 48 to 16 channels i sure as heck dont know how to do it.
  3. Paul Roberson wrote: Are you saying you think you can import an existing 3 controller (RGB), with lighting comands, into an (one) Aurora RGB controller?????? With no problems?????? Aurora will import FF's channels but you will see them as you would in LOR. when starting a new sequence or adding a FF to a sequence Aurora will compile the RGB ( example "D0" 1 Red "D1" 1 Green "D2" 1 Blue) channels into one channel with a color picker to choose your colors. therefore instead of programming 48 channels in LOR for FF you would see it as 16 channels in Aurora.
  4. I hope that you can combine existeing channels in existing sequences and the new RGB channel will automatically take the intensities and calculate the color...... wow, i hope its easier to do than it is to read about.
  5. when they say 50 channels it means 50 red, 50 green, and 50 blue so a color picker in S2 is a must have or sequencing it will result in total insanity
  6. the v-3 strings work great with ver 1.3 firmware. you do need a D-Light usb-rs485 to upgrade. for those that have comm issues with D-Light's H/W Utility, make sure before you exit H/W Utlity you hit the "Disconnect" button and all will well. if you dont it wont release the port and it gets fun after that.
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