Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Days Won


Community Answers

  1. MattBrown's post in Enable RGB channel levels was marked as the answer   
    The channel level isn't enabled by motion effect row, it is enabled for the entire prop -- your RGB channels will not be grouped by motion row. Just right-click on the prop name and select "Enable Channel Level on Pixel Prop". More about the right-click menu at the bottom of this help page:
  2. MattBrown's post in Transfering sequences between 2 computers in S5 was marked as the answer   
    Make sure you select File > Save Playback Files on your sequencing computer first. See the process flowchart here:
    The files that are needed on the show computer will be the .play.lms and/or .play.las files, as well as any file with a .pe.lid file extension.
    When you create a show, you will schedule the playback files (.play.lms).
    The default directory when opening a sequence is the Light-O-Rama\Sequences directory.  By default the Light-O-Rama directory is a subfolder in your Documents (or My Documents) folder. You can change the location of the Light-O-Rama folder by selecting Tools > Change User Data Directory. This will copy all of your sequences and data to the new location you specify. Think carefully about the location - this is not an operation you want to perform frequently.
  3. MattBrown's post in Using PixCon16 to light 240 pixel strip-partial wrong color was marked as the answer   
    Above the channel grid in Prop Definition there is a "Max Circuit" field. Try changing that to 510.
  • Create New...