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CCR added to existing sequence...

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OK I have figured out how to incorporate the CCR into my Christmas sequences... The problem I was having to incorporate it into last years sequences..

I have set up the CCR using 150 channels 50 per color... Normal config setting... Sequential RRR GGG BBB and not Triples RGB RGB RGB. I have Red Green Blue color strings of lights... So right now I only need to ust these colors... I can now program my CCR just like as if it were 3 strings of 50 lights each. One string Red one Green and one blue....

All I did for these is take what I have already done and spread it across the 50 channels... This year I have made a 3 color Marty Fan... The arch along the top is going to be the CCR... So I have a need to match up the colors and lifhted portions to the fans on the blades of the fan... Next year I can get fancy with the CCR...

The most important part is that I can program the same way I have sequenced as before... When the blending software is developed I will then add the more complex sequences.

I have been unable to upload the file... PM me and I will email it to you...

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Anxiously awaiting my forum approval....

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I'm completely new to this and the CCR is confusing to me. Does it take 1 channel on the LOR per CCR and then you program the effects with a macro? Or am I missing the point completely?

Thanks,

Nancy

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The CCR is a completley separate LOR Controller with its ribbon.

It does not use any of your existing LOR controller channels

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Also remember that the thread you are looking at is from last season, since then the update to the software makes sequencing much much easier.

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