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  1. If you wish. But vego creates tracks and labels them by the name you give it. So i recommend each prop be defined individually.
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  2. knowing how many lights you have is fine. But I do believe some get caught up in more is better. One of the contestants on the recent season of Great American Xmas Light Fight, prided themselves on having a great look/feel with fewer lights...believe them had less than 100k. They were my choice for that week's segment and I believe they won. So it really does matter how you use the lights and not simply on number.
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  3. remember its quality not quantity ask any woman
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  4. Oh man. Agree with the others. You must know the number, large or small. But if you have the CLAP (like I do), don't forget to add in the various LED on lights. Like the (2) on my speakers for example.
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  5. Now the raspberry pi 2 just came out today. Much faster then the b+. Kind of bummed but I will find a use for them somewhere else. Right now it work with the falcon player so until they get the software to run on the new architecture. I will use the b+.
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  6. I figured it out!! After much head scratching and mucking with things I lowered the data speed rate in the J1Sys ECG-P12X control panel and the flickering occured a lot less. Then I kept lowering it by 200 Kbps until the flickering was eliminated. I tried all my sequences again and they were much smoother without that flickering and I would occasionally get blue pixel flashes in the middle of quick movements of lights and those artifacts are gone now as well. The J1Sys board recomends 3000 to 4000 on the data rate for WS2811 and I had it set at 3500 but I have found the most stable setting for
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