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  3. Hi Niko, Welcome to the Zero 88 Forum. I have not seen this error message before. Please could you email me a picture of the error message you are receiving? The latest ZerOS Library file can be downloaded from the link here, with the .zlbr file extension... https://zero88.com/storage/downloads/bb511d50-baf0-4ace-8a09-c89b3a0adcdb/ZerOS-Library-2.zlbr You must be running ZerOS 7.9.8 software or later on your console to load in the ZerOS Library file. If you have any questions let me know. Edward
  4. Hello I wanted to update the FLX library. So i downloaded it on a stick (bit oldschool in 2021), started the setup menu. The file was recognized and I pressed Load. But the every time the error message „Source file is too big“ occured. Is this a bug or did I something wrong? Thanks for answers and Sorry for my german accent Niko
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  6. Brilliant, great to know it has been added! Thanks Neil
  7. No problem - if you have any questions let us know. Edward
  8. Great Thank you Edward for this quick and very helpful answer.
  9. Hi Pascal, Welcome to the Zero 88 Forum. That's great, really glad to hear you have a new FLX S48. Yes it is - if you have an active DVI-D to VGA adapter you will be able to use your VGA monitor. The passive DVI to VGA adapters will not work. For more information see the link below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/desktops-windows/external-display Once connected, as it isn't a touchscreen you will be able to connect a mouse to navigate the external monitor. I hope this helps, if there's anything else we can help with just let us know. Edward
  10. Hi, I'm new on this forum, and very happy with my brand new FLX-S48 Here is my first question : I have old VGA monitor, coming from my previous console. While waiting to buy a touch monitor, is it possible to connect this old one on the FLX-S48, using a DVI-D to VGA active adaptator ? Thanks best regards Pascal S.
  11. Hi Neil, No problem! Yes definitely helps typing in commands rather than using the UI when it comes to needing lots of macros in a cue. The Auto (with first cue) idea is logged on our software tracking system, as reference number ZOS-10724. If you have any questions let us know. Edward
  12. Hi Don, There is no Zoom invert option available on the console. By default the zoom parameter will be controlled how the fixture manufacturer design it - whether that be wide at 100%, or spot at 100%. You can however choose the "Invert Output" check box in the Fixture Editor software for any parameter. You could therefore do this for the Zoom parameter of your fixture. Choosing a special of "Zoom" for a parameter, allows the console to apply it to the Zoom automatic effects. Hope this helps, Edward
  13. Hello Edward Some of my LED Zoom Washes go from Spot to Wide for DMX 000 to 255, the others go from Wide to Spot. My preference is Spot to Wide so it is easier to see the beam position on a stage. The fixture file for my 7x12w RGBW 4in1 LED Moving Head has the Zoom selected in Special, but there is no Invert Zoom option showing in Add Fixtures or when using the Fixture. There is Pan/Tilt Invert options available in Add Fixtures. Is it possible to have a Zoom Invert function available without having two different fixture files for the Zoom Wash which has 10 CH and 15 CH DMX modes.
  14. Hi Don, As @kgallen explains, the Image Manager is part of the Fixture Editor, not a stand alone program. It can be used to show you all the images used by fixtures in the current fixture file. To edit the gobo images of a gobo parameter, go to the properties of the gobo parameter of a fixture, and then go to the details tab at the top. You can then edit the details, including loading images to a detail. Hope this helps, Edward
  15. The Image Manager is just part of the Fixture Editor tool. You can add gobo images that will display on the FLX by attaching the images for each gobo under the Detail tab of the appropriate Beamshape attribute for the fixture within the Fixture Editor software.
  16. Hello Edward I am working my way through the ALL_UNBRANDED.ift and I opened up an Image Manager. Is this a stand alone program that I can use to add gobo pictures to my moving head profiles? Thanks Don
  17. Just having a play and that Rx:Gx is a big time saver, so that alone is a huge help!
  18. Hi Edward Thanks for the suggestion. I currently run a "master" playback where each cue releases and triggers other playbacks (which have only one cue for the lighting I want). So the first cue triggers playback 1, the second cue starts so many seconds later releasing playback 1 and triggering playback 2. The time consuming bit is making up these cues with different delay times and updating the different trigger and release for every cue. It sounds like the macro option isn't a huge improvement on this but may streamline the process slightly by being able to use a macro of "Rx:Gx" on
  19. Hi Neil, No problem at all! You could do this, by triggering a cue using a macro, and then have a delay time on the cue you are triggering. See the Advanced section below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/cues-playbacks/cue-settings/cue-macros Hope this helps, if you have any questions let me know. Edward
  20. Hi Edward Thanks for the brilliant zoom session earlier this afternoon and in particular for quickly going into the auto triggering on cues. I was interested to hear if you dropped any bombshells on my knowledge of the subject in the way you did for the record functions. So many little details I had missed! It got me thinking further about this last discussion on the forums here. An "auto trigger any cue in a stack x seconds after cue n" would be an even more flexible and useful option. Having the option for cue 1 but also any cue to reference from for triggering. Just thought I'd ad
  21. Thanks Edward for clarifying that. I think I might end up using multiple show files.
  22. Hi Mac, Connecting a laptop to the console running the ZerOS Monitor app for windows, is done in exactly the same way as connecting an iPad running the ZerOS Monitor app. For more information see the link below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/networking/using-the-remote-apps For more information on auto palettes, as opposed to palettes you record manually, see here... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/palettes/automatic-palettes Hope this helps, Edward
  23. Auto palette generates the default colour and gobo palettes - what you get when you press the button in the middle of the touch screen when you’ve got a fairly fresh desk. Palette just means one you recorded yourself eg RECORD -> COLOUR
  24. How is this done please Ed. I can connect up my IPAD to the desk via wifi and use ZerOS remote to trigger playbacks. I am not sure how to do this....?? What is the difference between a palette and an auto palette....??
  25. Hi Mac, No problem, look forward to seeing you on the training. Edward
  26. Thanks Ed, thats the stuff I need and seems I have plenty of homework now. No doubt there will be more questions once I have had a read and a play. I look forward to the training session.
  27. Hi Mac, This is a bit of a spoiler for the training Firstly, as a prerequisite to most of this, I am assuming SmartTag is off. For most of this you're going to want to be pretty picky with what gets recorded where. For more information on SmartTag, see below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/cues-playbacks/record-options/snapshot-smarttag If I have a completely fresh console, and have an event I need to light in very limited time, first thing I would do is get the rigged patch, preferably by RigSync if it is decent RDM kit. Otherwise, get all the info you can, and sta
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