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  2. Hi, I have several Cameo F2 FCs I want to control with the FLX S24, but they seem to only work using the 10 CH HSI CCT Fixture Mode. Is there a way of controlling HSI with the color Picker or am I missing something?
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  5. Dear All, ZerOS Library 3.0 has now been released. This is available for ZerOS consoles running ZerOS 7.10 software and later. This release contains 27,914 fixtures. ZerOS Library 3.0, along with further information, can be downloaded from the Library page below... https://zero88.com/library For installation instructions, see the link below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/patching/zeros-library Legacy Consoles If your console cannot run ZerOS 7.10 software or later, individual fixture files that you require can be downloaded from the link below... https://zero88.com/fixtures/legacy-library/Legacy library (gft41.0)/ Additional Fixtures If the fixture you wish to control is missing from the latest library, see the link below... https://zero88.com/library#support If you have any questions, please let us know. Edward
  6. Hi Sven, I have replied to your email. ZerOS is working correctly in this scenario, as it ensures the most recent MIDI cue in a playback is triggered, upon receiving timecode. I have provided details in my email, on how you can use this as a way for playbacks to release themselves when not required. (In case it is useful, on OrbXF you can hold SHIFT and tap RELEASE, to release all playbacks). If you have any questions, please let me know. Edward
  7. Hi Edward, I could also provide the timeloard showfile and a capture showfile if this might help... Please just let me know. Best regards Sven
  8. Hi Sven, Sorry to hear you have had difficulty using MIDI with your OrbXF. Thank you for emailing support@zero88.com, and providing your show file. I will download Timelord and take a look. If you have any questions, please let me know. Edward
  9. Hi all, we just created a showfile for an online event and discovered a strange behavior in regard of MTC using offsets. Unfortunately I can not remember if this behaved the same on the previous OS version. This is our setup: We have a PC running the "timeloard" software connected via MIDI to our ORB XF running zeros 7.10 On the timeloard we have 16 songs. All of them have an offset of 1 hour (so 1st starting with 00:00:00:00, 2nd with 01:00:00:00 and so on) On our ORB XF we have 16 cue stacks representing the 16 songs. Each cues in theses stacks are triggered with the related MTC offset This is what happens: if we start 1st song, first stack gets triggered If we after this start 2nd song, 2nd stack gets triggered and so on... So if we play all songs in the "correct" order the stacks are called correctly BUT: If nothing was played so far and we for instance play song 15 (with offset 14:00:00:00) ALL stacks from 1 up to 15 get triggered simultaneously! So every time you start a random song all stacks with offsets less then the offset of the played song get triggered as well. I think this is not how it should be?! Did anyone experienced something similar? Best regards Sven
  10. Hi @Dodoooh Welcome to the Zero 88 Forum. I am not familiar with Mix16Pro, however it looks like this app can only output a single universe of Art-Net. It doesn’t look like it can receive Art-Net to control it. Theoretically, you would be able to see MixPro16 over your Art-Net network from your FLX S24, in the Devices tab of Setup. You won’t however be able to control it. If you have any questions, please let us know. Edward
  11. Hello, I have a question about Art-Net, I've been trying for hours to connect my FLX S24 with the software MiX16 Pro on my Mac. In the settings of the app I do not find such a function or am I missing something? Is there any way to find out if it is connected or to manually connect to the mixer? on the app page it says that it supports Art-net: https://www.mix16apps.com/Default.aspx?tag=mix16pro I have tried several ways, directly via LAN from Mac to FLX S24 or via a switch that does DHCP. Neither of them worked. I can always ping the FLX S24. Am I missing something? Or is there any way to test this? Thanks a lot!
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  13. Hi Dan, Welcome to the Zero 88 Forum. As @kgallen states, there’s no shut down procedure on FLX consoles, just flick the power switch when you’re done. Only thing to mention is that changes made in Setup are not automatically saved until you exit Setup. So if you make changes in Setup and then switch off the console, the changes will not have been saved. Hope this helps, Edward
  14. There is no power-down procedure. Just turn it off. FLX has an on/off switch at the back. FLX-S I think you have to unplug. You won't lose anything
  15. How do you turn off / shutdown the FLX desk?
  16. I'll offer the first page of my Orion Service Manual from my dealer service folder
  17. Hi @Jouper The Solution SMPTE/MIDI/Remote/CAN PCB upgrade card is no longer available. If you have any questions, please let us know. Edward
  18. Hi Jouper, It is possible to output sACN from Solution. It is not possible to use the Solution as an sACN to DMX gateway, as Solution cannot receive and then convert the sACN data back to DMX. May I ask what you would like to achieve with the PC processing? It would certainly be possible to send sACN data to a dedicated sACN to DMX gateway, and a PC, simultaneously over a network. If you have any questions, please let us know. Edward
  19. Hi Jouper, This blanking plate was fitted on Solution consoles in place of an XLR desk light port. Edward
  20. Is it possible to buy a time code expansion card and if yes where i didn't found it? by the way im from germany
  21. I want to program all my fixtures on my zero solution then output them on sACN and then process this dmx data on something like a pc and send it back to the solution and output it on a dmx output. Is this possible with just a zero solution?
  22. On the back of the solution is a black plastic cover. What is it used for
  23. Hi All, As mentioned, Zero 88 is 50 this year. We have published our refreshed History page, including some key landmark dates and interesting facts... https://zero88.com/history Edward
  24. Dear All, Throughout February and March, we have various 1-hour online training sessions, covering different FLX range lighting console topics. Follow along with your console, Phantom ZerOS, or just watch, with plenty of time to ask questions, to make sure you get the most out of the sessions with the Zero 88 training team. These sessions will cover FLX S24, FLX S48, FLX and ZerOS Server, but will also be applicable to other Zero 88 consoles running the ZerOS operating system. For a list of sessions, dates & times, and also to register, head to the training page below… https://zero88.com/training#eventdates If you have any questions, as always just let us know. Edward
  25. Hi @Kauz Thanks very much for taking the time to create a mock-up. This is really interesting. I'm not familiar with any of the old ADB consoles! Edward
  26. Hi Edward thank you very much for reading my "wishlist" and for your useful feedback! I appreciate your openness to the needs and thoughts of your users. Regarding the bar graph idea you wrote: It was an ADB S20. I am afraid you won't find a manual on the internet. For me this feature has pretty low priority(!), but in case you are interested, I have drawn a mockup to illustrate the concept. Green bars represent the intensity of the current cue, red bars represent the intensity of the next cue. And yes, the screen background was yellow , but the original one displayed 60 channels at once.
  27. I would like to, but the touch is too slow for anything except basic operations and it is not multi-touch. However it is 17" (43cm) screen which suits my work position. The capacitive screens available are much larger (22", 56cm) and such a screen is too large to fit my workspace. So for most touch operations I rely on the FLX internal touch screen. J'aimerais bien, mais le toucher est trop lent pour autre chose que les opérations de base et ce n'est pas multi-touch. Cependant c'est un écran de 17" (43cm) qui convient à ma position de travail. Les écrans capacitifs disponibles sont beaucoup plus grands (22", 56cm) et un tel écran est trop grand pour s'adapter à mon espace de travail. Donc, pour la plupart des opérations tactiles, je m'appuie sur l'écran tactile interne FLX. At the time of purchase I too did not understand the different screen types. Au moment de l'achat, je ne comprenais pas non plus les différents types d'écran.
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