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Charles Belcher

LOR Partner
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About Charles Belcher

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  • Location
    Rowlett, Texas
  • Occupation
    LOR Partner

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  • Interests
    Video Projection Mapping
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    4.3.14
  • License Level
    Pro

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  1. This is our 2020 show demo which takes our 18 minute show and gives samples of each segment. This is live footage shot with both an iPhone X and a Canon 5D. https://youtu.be/vACWZhNIHYI Noted Video Times: Entire video: Projection mapping across the face of the house (you will spot the projector hut in some segments) RGB "pucks" in the 2 cedar trees LED net lights and strands in the big Pecan trees, installed while driving a 60' boom lift across plywood on the lawn 1:15 We make new video characters each year who talk about Christmas and set up th
  2. Here are two videos; one to show our video mapping concept and another to show the motorized props we built this year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47lo7WPhxP8&t=53s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwVtCXUc7NQ Charles
  3. wbaker4, I used (4) pixcon16's this year without any hiccup at all. Disclaimer: I used identical 2812B strips everywhere and used 12V's without power injection everywhere. Although it makes sense from a bookkeeping standpoint to use the Pixcons "one universe per output, I did not do that. I started with strand one, universe one, channel one and sequentially assigned consecutive universes/channels. Regards, Charles
  4. EmmienLightFan, The show is one 20 minute long MP4 file with the movie and soundtrack in one file and the lighting in another file, both played back simultaneously. This is an actual show which was filmed with my Canon camera. Charles
  5. Here is the link to the abridged version of our 20 minute multimedia Christmas display entitled "Radio Holiday"; using both video projection mapping and lighting. I had to increase the light levels to properly capture the video portion and in doing so, the LED's are more saturated than I wanted, but it is hard to capture both in one video shoot. https://youtu.be/t8t-JGxhpwI Charles Belcher
  6. DevMike, I would say something clever here, but...I can't seem to talk with all the egg on my face. (☞ ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)☞
  7. Everything is all good now. Bridges are built and there is traffic across them.
  8. DevMike, Here is a screenshot of my latest adventure. Charles
  9. Little_b, I don't think that they have implemented the 340 pixel ability yet. This was talk I heard at the Christmas Expo, but I could be wrong. It could be that you only get that with the new software upgrade to 4.1.2. You should send in a help desk request and post the results back here Charles
  10. Mike, If you are not the one answering my help desk messages today, let me fill you in on the latest. I can tell you that I started all over from the beginning. I did a factory reset with both buttons on the pixcon and got back to the default ip address of 192.168.0.50. It is showing firmware 1.4.8 (even though it I did a reset and it was delivered with 1.4.6 firmware) I am connected from a stand-a-lone laptop with no wireless connected direct to the one and only pixcon. I then opened the comm port listener, then opened Network Config program, listed as v4.1.2Pro. I clicked Help Find
  11. Yes, Dennis. Dev Mike knows. He wrote the manual for the pixcon. I have verified via status lights by moving the pins back and forth.
  12. Yes, my avatar doesn't show it correctly. I have the latest and greatest pro version of S4. I have done more testing. The CMB24 works correctly directly with a usb485 adapter and works correctly with a usb485 adapter/IDMX1000/special cable Really at a loss here and have turned in a "ticket".
  13. coming out of the DMX Out #1 of the Pixcon with the jumper block in the LOR position (in ESTA position the red light on the CMB24 blinks) to the RJ45 input on the CMB24--should be just that easy-right?
  14. Dennis, I ran both a sequence and went to the Pixel console in the hardware utility also. (Pixel console is what DevMike suggested before I did all that(
  15. I also just received 4 Pixcons and am tryin to test various functions today. If anyone has succesfully connected a Pixcon bridged DMX output to a CMB24, please let me know what you did to achieve it. This is what I have done so far. These are the steps I have taken: 1) Updated Pixcon firmware from 1.4.6 to 1.48 2)Connected a single Pixcon to the computer directly-no switch, no router, no hub 3) Used LORPixCon Utility and searched for units, found the one I had previously set up and identified as Static, Pixcon 51 (showing firmware to be V1.4.8) 4)Clicked on the Control Tab and selected Et
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