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Aubrey last won the day on March 13

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  1. Definitely. Plenty of time to get those done by Christmas. There are links to tutorials in my signature if you need help!
  2. Depends on how intricate you want to be. Sequencing RGB is a different way of thinking. It's not impossible, it just takes time. You're in a great place with it only being March.
  3. Technically the easiest would be for you to buy sequences - if you want the LOR store sequences, you need the Pro license level. If you're getting ones from Superstar Lights, there should be more info on the site about what you need.
  4. Depends on if you want to use the Sequencer or Superstar to create effects for your pixels.
  5. Don't add the RGB controller. Add it as a matrix prop - I promise the configuration aspect in the software will be much easier.
  6. Don't add a controller - add the matrix as a prop (top option in the menu). Even though you can add LOR devices as an option for the preview, it's rarely an option you actually need to use now that you can build prop based shapes in S5.
  7. You should just be able to add the built in matrix prop shape that comes natively with the Preview Editor - is there something specific that's going wrong?
  8. Aubrey


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  9. If you're brand new to Light-O-Rama (or even have a few years under your belt), consider attending the Virtual Christmas Summit this April 10 and 11 via Zoom, free of charge! I (Aubrey Kall) will be the room host for the majority of the LOR classes, and am in charge of coordination for the LOR presentation schedule for this conference. 12 presenters have graciously agreed to share their knowledge by way of 17 classes over the course of two days, including LOR developers Matt Brown and Brian Bruderer. (See the schedule here: http://www.virtualchristmassummit.com/schedule) When you reg
  10. Or if you're saying it's an AC Arch with 8 sections (8 channels), you would just type an 8 in the segment field of the prop definition window.
  11. In the main preview tab, check out the "bulb" shapes - that might solve some of your issue, as will grouping props together before making height/width adjustments. Very curious how you are building props in excel though! Can you share?
  12. Sounds like you exported the grid configuration when you needed to export the preview. Go to your preview in the right hand popout tab and right click - fourth option down is "Export." You can also select it (again in that right side popout) and click the icon with the left facing green arrow. However, you really shouldn't have to export the changes unless you're switching computers. Any sequence that references that file will have the changes.
  13. A preview and a grid configuration are different things - which one did you export?
  14. I am one of the admins for that group. The group overwhelmingly voted that the group be changed to private status so that their Facebook friends who were not in the group did not constantly see every time they commented on a post. Now that it's private, it cannot go back to public status. There are no Facebook groups run by LOR employees - they are all user groups (which is explained in all of the group descriptions). The official Light-O-Rama PAGE is the only thing actually sponsored by LOR.
  15. You're correct in that they're called beat channels. When you imported the sequences, there should have been a place where you told S5 what to do with your blank channels, and it sounded like you told them to archive instead. If you go into your archive menu now, you can actually add them back as beat channels instead of recreating them from scratch.
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