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KYHI

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  1. I was explaining reason why a Shared or Purchased Sequence will need to be customized to your preview away... So it really would not be a practical option... JR. you read a lot more into it then was there... Two others agreed with my post and you confirmed the Doner status of any sequence... Yet I am confused as to the insulting and name calling and assumptive manner displayed towards a different point of view..
  2. And Now we have the response from three forum experts as to "This OP" SHARING request... It is "Intellectual Property "
  3. And Thanks to only one person > Kurt Hassler of www.woodleahillslights.com - for sharing his whole sequence - I was giving that Opportunity........
  4. Everybody is sharing the reasons why they do not share... Which kind of defeats the purpose of this Sharing Section... the truth be told with shared or purchased sequences is several. 1) your prop layout will not match the new sequence. 2) your prop definitions will not match the new sequence. 3) the new sequence may look good for their display - but may not look as good with your display 4) the shared or purchased sequence really just becomes a guide, you can try to follow - not your show... 5) Unless you duplicate the exact layout of the shared or purchased sequence - you will have to customize it to make it your show anyway... 6) Unless you are using the exact same media file and audio duration then the sequence timing will be off.. So in closing a Shared or Purchased Sequence will always be just a Donor Sequence, giving you a little head start.. But, long arms get in the way of that.. The two consistent items between most sequences is Singing Faces and Mega Trees - they share and integrate easily into your display - the other props not so much, and you will find a lot of archived props in yours
  5. It's a very fitting song for the times..
  6. https://www.seeedstudio.com/blog/2019/02/14/ws2812b-vs-ws2813-addressable-rgb-led-strips-how-are-they-different/ the WS2815 are the 12 volt version - has 2 data lines - 1 of them is a Backup Would assume you would connect both Data inputs to the same controller terminal.. https://www.amazon.com/BTF-LIGHTING-Upgraded-Individually-Addressable-Waterproof/dp/B07LG54F4W?ref_=ast_sto_dp
  7. Any certain reason for using 5 volt over a 12 volt strip ?? 5V x 4A = 20 watts <or> 12V x 4A = 48 watts
  8. KYHI

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    Open your preview - click on "String Summary" Tab - verify you are using all 16 channels.. You may be missing props or proper channel assignments
  9. Very Nicely Done... But I am not near that level of Sequencing... Not even sure I have the Artist Ability...
  10. No it is a 50 Pixel Arch - divided into 8 groups of pixels
  11. How do you show an Eight Section Arch as 8 sections in sequencer - so as to sequence by section, not pixel channels
  12. Question - Is that not what a Null Pixel does (Boost the Data Signal) ??
  13. Custom & Advanced props actually use an Excel Grid - the .lpeprop is a .xml file
  14. I sincerely think that all the logical points regarding this certain topic have been made, rather then beating this horse to death..
  15. Gilbert Engineering Incandescent Spooky Tree C.lpeprop Holiday Coro Incandescent Singing Bulb.lpeprop Holiday Coro Incandescent Singing Pumpkin.lpeprop Holiday Coro Incandescent Singing Tree.lpeprop BTF-Lighting 150 LED Ribbon Strip Wattage Test Results
  16. I too use the Holiday Coro Incandescent Singing Bulbs, Pumpkin and Tree - the .lorprop files are available on Holiday Coro's website
  17. Not sure how much anyone is charging others to see their personal light display... My bad... Would of thought it was about putting "Smiles on Faces" and Promoting the Hobby....
  18. If they are AC props then do not use RGB - But to use 1 AC prop that will DISPLAY different color channels - then go back into "Traditional" and change "Type" to "Channel Per Color" Remember: You only get 16 Controller Outputs on an AC Controller - meaning if you have 4 props with 4 colors, that is a full Controller output - unless you setup each prop to "Share" (Use The Same Channels) as another similar prop Edit: That is the reason to use Pixels - Only requires 1 controller output - to define different colors for the prop..
  19. The "Star" is just a "Channel Marker" for the controller (The Default Prop) to edit that Prop Double Click on that one "Star" that will bring up the "Prop Definition" In the center column you will see "Shape" and a scroll box below it - select "Tree 360 Tiers" - set "Number of tiers" to 1 Then "Save" the "Prop Definition" ( upper left corner ) Now you change Bulb > Shape & Size, Scale, etc (bottom left corner of "Preview") by selecting that "Tree Prop"
  20. The one in yellow is the LOR Unit ID # The Red is the DMX Universe set to the Pixie If i am understanding the Manual correctly > http://www1.lightorama.com/PDF/PixieLink_Man_Web.pdf
  21. Beware: There are (15 Watt) 50-Count Bullet Pixel Strings & (30 Watt) 50-Count Bullet Pixel Strings So if Specs are 48 watts Per Port, then you can safely run at 12 volts - 150 Pixels with 15 Watt Strings or 75 Pixels with 30 Watt Strings Light-O-Rama, Rextin and ALITOVE - all sell the lower wattage Bullet Pixel Strings.. All the others seem to sell the 30 watt strings My Custom Pixie16 Build Guide
  22. But, and just asking - don't you also have to set the Network Protocol using the HU for the Pixie8 to use PixieLink Protocol
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