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  1. To all the new lighting enthusiasts, Welcome. I'm not one to stir the pot by any means, but I have to here. Been reading a bunch of posts of folks just now ordering their equipment. Now before I say what I want to say, I started my first year in June with 32 channels, and that was all. It is possible to achieve a show in 4 months if you don't bite off more than you can chew. I started my 2nd year in January, when my lights came down. I started this year's show in November of last year when my show went live. That being said, there is a lot more to this hobby than just ordering a couple o
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  2. Hi guys, This is my first post here and first year using LOR, so please be gentle LOL Since I was a little late to the party I bought a 16 channel controller, a G3-MP3 director so I'm not tied to a laptop and bought some pre done sequences. Show turned out pretty nice but I'm already thinking ahead to next year. Saw a great show on YouTube out of Las Vegas I think that had a screen and played the video from Snow Miser/Heat Miser and had a pretty cool show set up to it. Like the idea of having a projector for Santa in the Window, but also thought it would be cool to do like the Vegas
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  3. last night two little children came to my door dressed in Christmas pjs. The family (a dad and 4 kids) has a tradition where they go out and look at lights. When they find one they really like they give them a reward. They gave me a little paper trophy. I was moved to tears. I didn't even get their names. I wish they had written it on it. This is the most precious thing. I am going to frame it. I was speechless...and well, that doesn't happen often. So despite all the problems we have had this year... and we've had a bunch.... the frustration, the work... the little paper trophy is
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  4. I agree, CUT THE BOOT !!! The boot will break the connector ON THE BOARD ! (as well as being a pita on the cables through the hole).. Greg
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  5. I noticed that it was about 6 days between first post to resolution. If you had mentioned that you were running on a Mac first, you might have gotten a faster fix. There are enough people running LOR SE on Macs that I hesitate to call them non-standard, but the responses you got were primarily from PC/Windows users (as am I) so they were not going to help much. Glad you got it figured out. I've moved all my LOR SE S3 sequences onto a Falcon Pi Player (running on a Raspberry Pi computer) and merged my LMS files with xLights/Nutcraker data. While it is running well, it is definitely non-
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  6. If you click and drag in the timeline, you will highlight that part of the song. Using the spacebar you can start/stop that section till your heart's content. you can edit that section of song w/o disrupting the play range. Click the timeline again to end the selected area or re-drag to move to another area.
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  7. To follow up on what Steven pointed out, I've got a long document on tracks here.
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  8. I must be the only one who believes RGB is the way to go. But IMHO I would not waste my cash on non rgb strings. If you have them and want to make a show based on what you have that is great. But my yard is all RGB. With several control points...meaning each element is controllable separately. Not christmas enough? I disagree. I have rgb arches, CCR on the roofline, rgb in the bushes, trees and added Christmas trees (2 foot trees). I have rgb floods on the house and fence line. But, I do have rope light elements in the yard to enhance, holiday signs on the house, spiral xmas trees that wer
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  9. No Don, there will be help, but it will be "slim pickins" {pun intended}. Sorry couldn't resist. But Ron is correct, it does seem this is the time of year many new folks come into this hobby and then have a million questions or want sequences that are already done, however, those "completed sequences" are not and will not be "canned" or "set" to any specific display other than the one it was designed for. Yes, the sequence can help you "learn" how the sequencer did it for their display, however, to fit another display may mean rearrangement of channels, elements names and even tweakin
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