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Ive been using Aurora software and im thinking about changing to LOR.

First does anyone know if the sequences are transferable?

Is lor a pretty easy to use as far as programming?

Prob will have more questions to come if i do end up changing over.



Thanks, Les

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polarass11 wrote:

Ive been using Aurora software and im thinking about changing to LOR.

First does anyone know if the sequences are transferable?

Is lor a pretty easy to use as far as programming?

Prob will have more questions to come if i do end up changing over.

 

    Thanks, Les


1) Yes... using LSP, I think.
2) Depends on your learning curve.
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Well... I figure since this is an LOR board, most of the people use LOR. If you go to the LSP board, they use LSP.

What I'm saying, the results are skewed on vendor boards. That's where there core customers reside.

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i have all d-light ac16 controllers, i called the other day to LOR and asked if their software would run the hardware i already have and she said she wasnt sure.
I was reading over at the LSP website and it lists right on the site that their software will support D-light hardware.

So long story short i dont want to spend the money on a product that wont do me any good.

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polarass11 wrote:

So what i gather from you is that LOR dont have a program that will convert my aurora sequences to LOR format so i can reuse them with this software?


They don't unless someone knows more than me. Which is very possible. :)
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polarass11 wrote:

i have all d-light ac16 controllers, i called the other day to LOR and asked if their software would run the hardware i already have and she said she wasnt sure.
I was reading over at the LSP website and it lists right on the site that their software will support D-light hardware.

So long story short i dont want to spend the money on a product that wont do me any good.

I have one LOR controller and one DC D-light controller. My LOR software works just fine with both controllers.

When I first got the D-light controller, it needed a firmware upgrade, so that everything would work correctly with the LOR software.

As far as converting the sequences.......I don't know.
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Hi, my name is Jim. This is my second year as a LOR addict for which there is no cure and no cure is needed. The members are currently waiting for S3 to be released to enhance our addiction. Sorry, I have no other experience with other vendors.

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ALL OF THE BELOW IS MY OPINION, AND MY OPINION ONLY!!!!!

I have used Animation Director (AD) from animated lighting. pos

I have used Light Show Pro (LSP). Many features. Lots to learn. Not as stable as LOR. I know LSP can import and export other vendors software. LOR, AD and Auora also I think. Would have to get out my laptop from last year to be sure. The imports/exports are not totally accurate.

I have used LOR. Love the software. Love the hardware. Has many features and is an awesome piece of software. LOR keeps listening to its customers and continues to add features and improvements.

I also have 4 d-light firefli controllers I run with LOR.

While LOR does not 'support' d-lights hardware. They have not done anything to make their software not work with d-light controllers. That does not mean in the future the LOR software will run d-light hardware.

IF a future update/upgrade to LOR made it stop working with my d-light hardware I would contact d-light to have them look into the problem and try and fix it. Just looked at d-lights page. There is talk of DMX firmware for their controllers.



ALL OF THE ABOVE IS MY OPINION, AND MY OPINION ONLY!!!!!

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