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Pixie 8 STANDALONE mode requires .las ???


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I recently upgraded to S5 and started a new show.  So far, things are going ok, but I noticed another "bump in the road"  I am running a pixie 8 controller with firmware version 1.99 what allows me to run in stand alone.  I noticed that the Hardware utility requires a .las extension which I no longer have since I upgraded to S5.1.4.  How can I "export" my sequence to my Pixie 8 for stand alone mode??

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You need to create a playback file for your sequence, then use the Hardware Utility to upload the resulting .PLAY.LAS file .

See the flow chart at the bottom of this help topic:

http://www1.lightorama.com/downloads/5.1.4/help/sequences.htm

Create Playback Files is on the file menu:

http://www1.lightorama.com/downloads/5.1.4/help/sequencer_file_menu.htm

Matt

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On 10/24/2018 at 4:26 PM, MattBrown said:

You need to create a playback file for your sequence, then use the Hardware Utility to upload the resulting .PLAY.LAS file .

See the flow chart at the bottom of this help topic:

http://www1.lightorama.com/downloads/5.1.4/help/sequences.htm

Create Playback Files is on the file menu:

http://www1.lightorama.com/downloads/5.1.4/help/sequencer_file_menu.htm

Matt

Those instructions didn't last long as there is no longer this option to create a playback file. How do I take an LOREDIT file and make it an .las file to function in stand alone mode now? I've tried this with and without the LOR Enhanced Network checked

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48 minutes ago, zooo said:

Those instructions didn't last long as there is no longer this option to create a playback file. How do I take an LOREDIT file and make it an .las file to function in stand alone mode now? I've tried this with and without the LOR Enhanced Network checked

There are different ways to do it, depending on the version you are using. This is how i create the playback files in 5.4.2.

play%20las.gif

To make the sequence standalone. See this video. This video is for a CMB24D, just pick your controller.

Hope this helps.

Alan...

 

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From S5 Pro 5.5.14 to create a las file for standalone operation. In the sequencer with the sequence of choice open, go to file and in the drop down select export as lms/las. Its that simple

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24 minutes ago, rmturner54 said:

From S5 Pro 5.5.14 to create a las file for standalone operation. In the sequencer with the sequence of choice open, go to file and in the drop down select export as lms/las. Its that simple

And that’s at best an early 2018- 2020 thread

JR

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Thats fine. I was researching to be able to put a S5 sequence on my old spare 16 channel board to use in a standalone setup. Testing the board...working great.

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