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Edward- Z88

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  1. Hi Sam, Welcome to the Zero 88 Forum. Are you trying to control a group of fixtures (each or which being the individual parts of your whole fixture) by a single channel fader? If so this can’t be done. You can however record your multiple parts as a group. You can then select the group, press Z, and control the intensity with the intensity wheel on the first encoder. If you simply want to control their intensity from a fader, set all the parts to full, and then record this to a playback fader. Hope this helps, Edward
  2. Not back to default, it will clear the patch for that address. You can see this when you’re doing it on the console, as the channel number disappears for that DMX address. Edward
  3. Hello, Welcome to the Zero 88 Forum. For information on how to customise fixture defaults, see the guide below... http://support.zero88.com/1011707631 This guide is correct for the latest version of software, ZerOS 7.9.7. You will need to be in advanced programming mode to do this, with the Tracking Options enabled. If you have any questions let me know. Edward
  4. Hi Thierry, As per Eric’s suggestion, please try upgrading to ZerOS 7.9.7, and see if this solves the issue you are experiencing. ZerOS 7.9.7 can be downloaded below... https://zero88.com/zeros If you have any questions let me know. Edward
  5. Hi Terry, Tap Z/Shift -> Copy. Then type the number of the cue you wish to copy, followed by pressing the playback button it is currently stored on. Then type the cue number you wish it to be pasted as, followed by pressing the master playback’s button. Hope this helps, Edward
  6. Hi Claire, Yep, it’s as simple as that. Arrow down to the DMX address you want to configure, and tap the channel button that you want to control the address with. Then repeat for all DMX addresses you need to patch. No, I mean the button under the channel fader. Edward
  7. If you aren't using WiFi on your iPad you can just configure the iPad's Ethernet settings. Edward
  8. Hi Eric, That is correct. When you plug an Ethernet adapter into an iPad, a new Ethernet menu appears in the Settings app under WiFi.You can then use this menu to configure your network settings. The ZerOS Remote and ZerOS Monitor apps will show any consoles available via both Ethernet and WiFi, with their IP addresses displayed. Edward
  9. Hi Eric, It is true that during a live show you don't necessarily want to rely on a wireless connection. However the Windows and iOS devices can be connected to the console via Ethernet, instead of WiFi. For example you can get Lightning to Ethernet and USB C to Ethernet adapters for iPad. Edward
  10. That would be a new spin to "lost in translation" 😉 Edward
  11. Don't forget, currently using ZerOS Monitor software for Windows, iOS and Android you can connect unlimited external monitors... http://support.zero88.com/999689141 Edward
  12. Hi Eric, I believe Axente, our Zero 88 Distributors in France, have started working on a French translation of the FLX range manual. https://zero88.com/distributors/axente If you have any questions let us know. Edward
  13. Hello, Welcome to the Zero 88 Forum. Yes, that's pretty much it. Patching is purely the process of telling the console which channel fader controls which DMX address, and therefore, which light. The external monitor purely shows you a repeat of the internal LCD, so you can therefore patch the console without an external monitor connected if necessary. When in the <DMX Patch> in Super User, the up/down arrows allow you to choose each of the 512 DMX addresses. You can then assign the selected DMX address (DMX address at the top of the LCD), by tapping the button under the channel fader you wish that DMX address to be controlled by. The channel fader controlling the currently chosen DMX address will have it's button lit. If you tap the button, or press CLEAR, it will switch off, meaning that channel fader no longer controls that DMX address. If you press and hold CLEAR, the console will go back to the default patch. The default patch is called 1:1, meaning channel fader 1 controls DMX 1, and so on. Hope this helps, if you have any questions let me know. Edward
  14. Hi Kay, Screen shots can’t be made on the console. However if you load your show file into Phantom FLX S24 on a Windows PC, open the internal LCD window, and then hold ALT + PRINT SCREEN, you will then be able to paste this into an email. Hope this helps, Edward
  15. Hi Kevin, Loading the Setup, will load everything that is configured whilst in the console Setup. So that’s all your settings, defaults, universes and patch. Palettes then includes all attribute palettes plus effects. Edward
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