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CCB 2 w/ 2 string of 100 bulbs each

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I have mostly DMX and older CCD and am having an issue setting up a friends visualizer (for import into SS)

My friend is wanting to add the (CCC2) CCB-2 w/2 strings of 100 each. http://store.lightorama.com/ncccococoiiw3.html

How do I add these 100 bulbs per port to the visualizer?

If they were strings of 50, no problem but with 100 per string the wizard gives me 4 unit ID's. Is this correct? will the new CCC2 with 100 per string give 4 ID#?  Since it is a Pixie2, I would assume there would only be 2 unit ID's.  What am I missing (or forgot)???  THANKS 

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update for all who are following: 

after contacting LOR it is as I thought, strings above 50 are not supported in S4 visualizer and the old FAKE OUT method will have to be used.

If your unfamiliar with this method, here's a quick run down,,,

from LOR:

As you say, the visualizer does not support Cosmic Color Devices of 100 strings. The workaround is to do the following:

1) In the visualizer create 100 pixel DMX strings
2) Import the visualization into superstar and create your sequence
3) export the sequence to sequence editor

4) launch the sequence editor
5) add a pixie device and set it to have 100 pixels
6) use copy/paste to copy from the exported superstar sequence into the pixie device.
    when you paste the sequence into the pixie device rows it will take on the pixie addressing



 

 

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11 hours ago, saxon said:

update for all who are following: 

after contacting LOR it is as I thought, strings above 50 are not supported in S4 visualizer and the old FAKE OUT method will have to be used.

If your unfamiliar with this method, here's a quick run down,,,

from LOR:

As you say, the visualizer does not support Cosmic Color Devices of 100 strings. The workaround is to do the following:

1) In the visualizer create 100 pixel DMX strings
2) Import the visualization into superstar and create your sequence
3) export the sequence to sequence editor

4) launch the sequence editor
5) add a pixie device and set it to have 100 pixels
6) use copy/paste to copy from the exported superstar sequence into the pixie device.
    when you paste the sequence into the pixie device rows it will take on the pixie addressing



 

 

Ahhh yes the ole fake out method is tried and true in so many ways.

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