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  1. Can you remember in the old days a clap meeting was a visit with your doctor. 😁
  2. Just keep in mind that the ELL's cannot run high speed which the pixels will require so they won't work on a network with pixels on it. ELL's also will not work on a E1.31 network either.
  3. Yes, a null pixel is used when there is a long distance between pixels. The data signal deteriorates the longer it has to travel between pixels, a null pixel or any other pixel will regenerate the signal and send it down the line to the next pixel. The next pixel reads the data, takes what belongs to it, regenerates the signal and sends it along. As long as there are pixels it could possibly keep going that is why voltage drop is usually the main concern in long runs and why PI is needed.
  4. Here are the extensions that were used in S4: .LAS is an Animation Sequence .LMS is a Musical Sequence .LSV is what saves your visual preferences (zoom level, etc) within the Sequence Editor..LCS is the compressed sequence. You won't edit this file. It's created by the software. .LSC is the schedule files. These are created/edited when you adjust your schedule..LCC is the Light-O-Rama Channel Configuration file..SUP is a Superstar Editor file. .LEE - Visualizer file. .LFF - Visualizer fixture file .LPF - Visualizer prop file .LPE - Pixel Editor file .LID - Intensity Data f
  5. I took my old landscape lights and gutted them. I then installed four of the rectangular dumb rgb modules in each light and run them on a CMB24 in stand alone mode.
  6. Here is a basic guide to get you a starting point. https://www.rapidtables.com/web/color/RGB_Color.html
  7. This should be posted in "The Coffee Shop."
  8. As suggested, get something like these and cut an X in them. https://smile.amazon.com/Diameter-Synthetic-Grommets-Protection-One-Sided/dp/B085T451L1/ref=sr_1_19?dchild=1&keywords=black+rubber+grommets&qid=1610899789&sr=8-19 Of course you will have to measure for size.
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    Also start thinking about upgrading your license to Pro. If you are going to start getting into the pixels you will need it.
  10. April, sign up for email notices.
  11. That's okay, even I need help every now and then 🤣🤣🤣
  12. The original CCR's were LPD6803 so just find a place that sells them. https://www.superlightingled.com/lpd6803-ic-programmable-led-strips-c-5_27.html
  13. I did, they are in the store. But I guess they are gone. 😁 http://store.lightorama.com/orcocori.html
  14. OMG, jstorms!?!?!? It's true, you are alive!!! 🤣🤣🤣
  15. Honestly, you are not going to get the look of ribbon without replacing with another ribbon. Bullets won't get you that look unless they are placed very very close together but then you would need way more then 50 pixels to cover the same length of the ribbon which of course would mean a lot more programming. Some like the ribbon as it gives more of a line look while other like the bullets as they can be individually seen and look more traditional.
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