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  1. Wow! This post is almost 5 years old now. I had to try 5 different passwords just to get back in the forums. Hahaha. A lot has changed with the addition of S5. I have 100% migrated away from LOR software so I have no idea how much of this original post is relevant. Lord I hope 5 years worth of improvement has made all those work arounds pointless but I have no idea. Was great for 2014 though! As already mentioned I would highly recommend starting a new thread and getting some updated info. Good luck!
  2. They are for optional DMX settings. There are four jumpers near the 2x RJ45. The two behind add a terminator (not needed). The two beside add P-DMX power to the RJ45. All seldom used. Therefore they wont be needed. VIA the ACL forums.
  3. I created that effect in the sequence editor. Its actually a really simple chase that is technically only 6 pixels long by 2 seconds in width. Then I just copy/pasted like crazy. The reason it has those smooth fade in/out effects is each chase is a ramp up and a ramp down very quickly. Here is what it looks like in the sequencing grid. If you look between 39 and 41 seconds that is the actual effect. The rest is just copy paste. Brian is right though you can automate the effect or replicate it with the marque effect but it will not have that smooth ramp up/ramp down as I do not believe y
  4. I will be there. Will be happy to go over XL4 and converting between LOR.
  5. Same here Jeff. Seems there is a small glitch in how the data saves now. Took my 2 mins to save a sequence. Knocked it down to 1:30 with compressed sequence and verify sequence turned off but its not using any cpu or ram during saving, just seems like it stalls now on saving.
  6. Same here Jeff. Seems there is a small glitch in how the data saves now. Took my 2 mins to save a sequence. Knocked it down to 1:30 with compressed sequence and verify sequence turned off but its not using any cpu or ram during saving, just seems like it stalls now on saving.
  7. I agree Doug! Made me take another look. Huge improvement on sequence opening and response time. Very impressed.
  8. So far it is nothing short of epic. Once I had all my pixels drawn out and was playing I wanted to see if I could bog it down any. I copied my 2400 channel mega tree 4 times and my matrix 2 times and hit play to see if it would lag and my video card fan didn't even kick on. It's handling like a champ. My desktop has an R9 290X in it so I will test it as soon as my new power supply arrives from newegg. So far so good though. If my ROGs setup can handle it without breaking a sweat I have no doubt the R9 will rip right through it. Great work on the Viz! I did notice one more thing on the chann
  9. Sorry for the delay in getting to this. I got almost everything drawn out tonight and had a go at it. With the enhanced rendering engine turned on everything plays perfectly and is smooth. However I did run into one little glitch when I click play and the Viz goes full screen it keeps wanting to split across all 3 of my monitors and I have to pull it back over to the one I want to view it on. I then turned the enhanced rendering off and it would not play my DMX channels at all. I tried a few different times but no luck. I ended up turning it back on to see everything. Here is my ROG laptop
  10. Hahahahaha! Yes yes OR you could just dump in an old R9 290X, GTX 770, GTX 780, or GTX 980 but hey if you just have $5K laying around send it to me and I will send you 2 consumer grade cards that will render anything you want/need in 4K. I'll even throw in and SLI bridge for your $5K.
  11. I have to disagree that S4 is a total fail. Yes it is a snapshot of nutcracker but we knew that months ago. It is also the beginning of a transformation on the way we do sequencing in LOR. Yes the grid is great for standard channels but nutcracker proved with their success that it is not the ideal way to sequence pixels. Sax I hope you and Dev Mike are able to work out whats going on with your visualizer because once you get it up and running I can almost promise you are going to love it. Shot in the dark but have you tried plugging up your LOR usb 485 dongle to the pc you are running the
  12. First of all let me just say thank you to Dan for reacting to customer needs. I would also like to thank Matt Brown for his work on the pixel editor. So Initial thoughts.......... The good: Viz is now a beast! There is still a limit on how many fixtures you can have but now a string of pixels is a fixture rather than each bulb being a fixture. Very Nice! Old way maxed out on fixtures very quickly. See screenshots below of the old viz using a fixture for each bulb in the arch vs the new viz using 1 fixture for the entire arch. Yes you will have to redraw your viz file however it is extrem
  13. Thanks Dan. Is there anyway to convert what we all already have sequenced in pixels to intensity files?
  14. Wow this post is now over a year old and is still the best way to squeeze out all the performance out of the sequencer. I really thought we would have seen an update by now.
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