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    Ministre plénipotentiaire des États-Unis d'Amérique

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LOR Software

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    4.3.14
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  1. We have just released version 4.3.14 of the Light-O-Rama Software Suite. This is an official production release, not a beta release. It is mostly the same as the latest beta version 4.3.12, but does have some new features and bug fixes relative to that. How to check if your license covers this version To check whether or not your license covers this version, please go to the license retrieval page, and enter your email address (the one you purchased your license with). An email should then be sent to you with information about your license. The "Summary" section of
  2. We have just released version 4.3.12 of the Light-O-Rama software suite as an open beta. This is a beta release on top of beta version 4.3.10. Important Information about Beta Releases Please note that this is a beta release, not an official production release. For important information about beta releases, including what it means, who should participate, and how to participate, please see this post. How To Check If Your License Covers This Version Please note that your license may or may not cover this version. To check, please go to the license retrieval pag
  3. We have just released version 4.3.10 of the Light-O-Rama software suite as an open beta. This is a beta release on top of beta version 4.3.8. Important Information about Beta Releases Please note that this is a beta release, not an official production release. For important information about beta releases, including what it means, who should participate, and how to participate, please see this post. How To Check If Your License Covers This Version Please note that your license may or may not cover this version. To check, please go to the license retrieval page
  4. We have just released version 4.3.8 of the Light-O-Rama software suite as an open beta. This is a beta release on top of beta version 4.3.6. This version contains no functional differences from version 4.3.6. It only contains some textual differences. Important Information about Beta Releases Please note that this is a beta release, not an official production release. For important information about beta releases, including what it means, who should participate, and how to participate, please see this post. How To Check If Your L
  5. We have just released version 4.3.6 of the Light-O-Rama software suite as an open beta. This is a beta release on top of beta version 4.3.4. Important Information about Beta Releases Please note that this is a beta release, not an official production release. For important information about beta releases, including what it means, who should participate, and how to participate, please see this post. How To Check If Your License Covers This Version Please note that your license may or may not cover this version. To check, please go to t
  6. I think "MUST" is too strong a word there. If you want it to be "disconnected" from the earlier track in the way you describe, then yes, you must. But it's not necessarily the case that everyone wants that in all situations.
  7. Before saying what it's for, I just want to say that the most important takeaway is "Just leave the LORInternal folder be, and don't worry about it". An audio or video file can be made in all sorts of different ways. There are MP3 files, WAV files, WMA files, all sorts of things. They're all different than each other. Beyond that, even two things that are both (for example) "MP3" can actually be very, very different things... they can be encoded at different sampling bitrates, they can have a different number of audio channels (mono or stereo for example), and lots and lots of othe
  8. Correct, hasn't changed. Any one of the following purchases also counts as a license renewal: License upgrade (for example Basic to Basic Plus, or Advanced to Pro, or Basic to Pro, or whatever). SuperStar license (for example 2 CCR, or 24 CCR, or 80 CCR, or whatever). SuperStar upgrade (for example 2 CCR to 4 CCR, or 24 CCR to 40 CCR, or 2 CCR to 80 CCR, or whatever). If you make any of those purchases, there is no reason to also purchase a license renewal at that time.
  9. To select the entire row via keyboard, (1) Home, (2) Shift-End. The first ("Home") brings you to the first cell in the row, and the second ("Shift-End") both brings you to the last cell in the row ("End") and expands the selection ("Shift").
  10. Thanks for pointing this out. It will be fixed in the next release. Sorry for the issue.
  11. Thanks for pointing this out. It will be fixed in the next release. Sorry for the issue.
  12. Oh, and with more recent versions of the software, you could also use the "Change Intensities" tool to go from the simulated white RGB twinkle to a simulated color RGB twinkle: www.lightorama.com/help/index.html?change_intensities.htm
  13. Unfortunately the software has no way to tell the hardware "these two channels should twinkle in sync with each other", even if "these two channels" are the R and the G of the same RGB pixel, so there's no way to do this directly with the twinkle tool. However, you can still manually accomplish something like it. First you make a simulated white RGB twinkle, like this: www.lightorama.com/bobpublic/SimulatedTwinkleRGBWhite.swf Then you use the Foreground Effects button in combination with the Color Fade tool to make it be a color (or a fade from one color to another), like this: www.ligh
  14. It's possible in theory to go from an arbitrary waveform (like would be in an MP3 file) to a set of individual, perhaps simultaneous, notes coming from different instruments (like would be in a MIDI file), but it seems to me like a difficult problem in practice (though I am not an expert on it and it may be a lot easier than I think). I think that there are software packages out there that do it, but I am not familiar with them and I don't know how good they are at it. One software program whose name sticks in my head regarding this for some reason is "Melodyne". I purchased Melodyne years
  15. Well, that's a long and sordid tale. First some background information: For various reasons we don't want "too much" text in the log. So every so often, after a bunch of log messages have built up in the log, we get rid of the oldest such messages before adding any new messages. Specifically, we would get rid of the oldest half (approximately) of the messages, leaving the newest half so that you could still see them (at least, until the next time we do this sort of purge). We've always done this, for as long as there has even been a log (years and years). The big text area you see in t
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