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Eric Roberts

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About Eric Roberts

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  • Birthday 05/15/1974

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  • Location
    Norfolk, VA
  • Occupation
    Electronic Security technician.

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  • Interests
    Roller Coasters (riding, photographing, building models)
    Halloween - host a haunt every year.
    Collecting robot toys.
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Halloween

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    5.3.14
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    Advanced

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  1. Thank you very much! I've enjoyed building them and coming up with material for them to perform. Its all hand programmed in the Sequence editor. No auto anything other than the fill command to smooth out movements.
  2. It occurred to me that I should share this here. Everything is light O Rama. The pumpkin Arch, the floodlights, and both animatronic puppets. All runs from a mini MP3 director. this is a parody some friends and I did of a song from Frozen. Rewritten for Halloween. One of several songs we do for the folks waiting in line. Love is a Rotting Corpse
  3. Thank you Matt! And thank you again for the work-around, its been a great option to continue in S5 and not lose my previous work.
  4. Thank you for the updated software. I was hoping this would be addressed: The work-around suggested earlier still works for me, although the preview isn't quite accurate on the blending. But it's not a big deal. Still hoping for the ability to mix channel effects in a true RGB prop.
  5. I'm glad to hear it can be reproduced without having to change props.... But I do not have the pro level,so no motion effects for me. Matt did suggest a work around of making RGB aggregates for each prop. And this saves the integrity of the channel effects when entered on top of each other. The bummer part is having to remake the RGB props into single channel red, green and blue props. But I saved the other preview, so it'll be an easy copy and paste when they address this in the future. It doesn't render /perfectly/ but it's close enough for upgrading existing sequences and s
  6. I look forward to trying this! Thank you!
  7. I would like to see the ability to mix effects in an RGB channel set again. For example, solid Blue, Shimmer Red. Or Solid Red Twinkle Green. Etc. Even when entered manually, the top RGB channel overwrites the type of effect when played back. Thank you.
  8. This EXACTLY. I wonder if it can be a feature request for a future update.
  9. Thank you for this - you described the glitch. I am going to go read your post now. __________________________________ Yes yes yes! That is what I need back - some sequences can get by with the conversion, others were written around that exact effect. I will make a new thread I guess asking for it as a fix or feature update. If it can't be fixed, I have to downgrade to S4. I don't use motion effects, nor smart pixels or whatever... I really enjoy hand animating, and this effect was part of it. Thank you for responding and linking that thread, it di
  10. I recently upgraded to S5 and email support has been stellar in helping me with things I couldn't find in the docs or forum. However, I found a new issue and have been waiting about a week - so I thought I would also ask here. (copy and paste from my support ticket) "... In some sequences, I'll use a solid color and an effect like shimmer or twinkle in a single RGB channel with cool effect. For example, I'll have the red set to solid then twinkle at the same time on green. The effect is almost flame-like. Set this across my display and it's a rather nice fire effec
  11. I know I'm late to this topic, but wanted to add my experience. I have used cheap, standard size servos in my puppet's skull with great success. These were $9 to $13. I used micro servos for the eyes. It has operated for many many hours continuously without fail. I am currently printing arms for it - those I will use 1/4 scale servos for - but they seem a bit slow by comparison.
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