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About dgrant

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    Van Buren, AR
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    Retired Spacecraft Test Engineer

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    Christmas lights, Halloween, Corvettes, Computers, Spacecraft and so much more
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    Christmas

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    5.5.16
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  1. I've got extra ELL's I'm not using and I'm willing to sell. Send me a PM if still interested
  2. I'll run mine tonight, Monday, then possibly shut it down for the season. Depends on how many cars are still coming by. Normally after I shut it down, I start taking it down the next day as it takes me a solid week to take it apart and get it put away.
  3. Change the pixcon to E1.31 and run an ethernet cable to it from the computer's TCPIP port
  4. dgrant

    LEDs

    Just this year, first time, lost an HLE string for a megatree (blowing fuses). They've been in-use for 6 seasons now. I'm not complaining at all, they work great.
  5. DOS 1.0 !! Actually my first computer was an analog inertial navigation system and not mine...lol. First software I ever wrote was machine code at the CPU level. Next was IBM29 card punch and then upgraded to ASR33/35 teletype with paper tape. Used it as a bootstrap loader to then run a mag-tape which loaded "Assembly" based machine code. We're not old, just gracefully becoming wise.
  6. I've wired small 12v relays to the cmb24d card, which allows me to control other things
  7. Are these controllers on the same network? Do you run some type of cleanup sequence at the end of your show?
  8. Sorry, Yes for the OP. My thought was that if he was trying to load all before playing and his computer was running out of ram, then it would certainly be an issue. I would expect an out of memory error notice popping up but who knows. I run an older Dell T5500 with 72gb of ram, so I'm not limited in anyway. Oh yes, don't forget that the Windows 10 Home, I think, can only use 4Gb of ram. Must go to Professional to get access to more ram. Just popped into my head so feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
  9. I miss two things we had in S4. The visualizer that would play while the show ran and the ability to manually turn on a channel directly from the sequence editor and see it turn on outside.
  10. Matt is correct! I used this with help from him and my "packed" pixel tree using a San Devices E682 is now configured properly which allows me to now have motion effects. Prior to this, I had manually created each and every individual strip with the varied lengths and had those in the preview. This method worked but wouldn't allow for motion effects or SuperStar changes or creations although I've not gotten back into SS as I did in S4...yet. Thank You Matt!
  11. In the show editor, when you clicked on the "Options" button, did you select the load before or load as needed option? Did you use compressed sequences?
  12. If they were/are dim, I was thinking you had them dimmed or possibly you've limited the controller output on those channels. I bought some LED strobes long ago but after testing them, O quickly found they weren't going to work as I wished. They all blinked at the same time unless you left them on for several minutes. Doing so would allow them to slowly spread out and look better.
  13. There's a device manager setting too that you should check. Its for the usb ports that disable automatically to conserve power. I'd be checking that and do not allow it to disable itself.
  14. V5 was a big help for me. Plus its got a nice whole controller self-test pixel display capability that'll show up any issues.
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