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I should have clarified that I am using a G3-MP3 director.  I need to have the show play at 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 8:30, and 9:30 with lights on in between.  Will I be able to select the actual times with another software version or will I have to program each separately.  I would assume that I could do this:

Show 1

Start-  5:30  End- 6:30; one time only, lights on

Show 2 

Start-  6:30 End 7:30; one time only, lights on

etc...

 

 

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WLP3, I'm not sure if you can get the director to start on the half hour. I know you could schedule it from 5:30-10:00pm (as explained in a prior post) but I don't know if telling it 'hourly' will default to 00, or 60 minutes from the scheduled start time.

Honestly, one way to find out is to put a test show in there this afternoon and see what happens. That'd be the quickest way to do it.

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Thanks, Don.  I had a problem with that last night.  I can get it to start at 5:30 but I think it calculates the next showing from the end of the first showing and keeps getting later.  A showtime schedule has been published so I need to stick to the times.  Can I have 4 separate shows like I mentioned?

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1 hour ago, WLP3 said:

I should have clarified that I am using a G3-MP3 director.  I need to have the show play at 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 8:30, and 9:30 with lights on in between.  Will I be able to select the actual times with another software version or will I have to program each separately.  I would assume that I could do this:

Show 1

Start-  5:30  End- 6:30; one time only, lights on

Show 2 

Start-  6:30 End 7:30; one time only, lights on

etc...

 

 

Why not just loop from 5:30 to 10:00? Most people don’t watch the entire show and drive off when static anyway. 

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