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Edward Z88

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  1. Bonjour, Lorsque vous modifiez un appareil dans le calendrier des appareils, l'appareil de remplacement sera étiqueté avec le nom de l'appareil. Les appareils ne seront pas supprimés lors de leur changement. Cependant, si vous remplacez un appareil par un appareil qui utilise plus de canaux DMX que l'original, vous constaterez peut-être qu'il n'est pas automatiquement corrigé. Cela permet de s'assurer que les appareils de remplacement ne chevauchent pas les appareils existants, ce qui vous permet d'attribuer de nouvelles adresses aux appareils de remplacement. J'espère que cela
  2. Thanks Kevin, also available here...
  3. Hi @Davidmk Upon double tapping CLEAR, if you would like your fixtures to fade to their defaults or cue values, you can enable Programmer Time. Programmer Time can be accessed from the fourth encoder wheel in the Z window, or from a fader. For more information, please see the link below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/z-key/z-encoders#programmertime To remove certain fixtures from the programmer, you can use a "Clear Fixture" UDK on FLX. For more information see the link below... https://zero88.com/manuals/zeros/user-definable-keys/advanced-udks You may find
  4. Bonjour Delfine Utilisez-vous le calendrier des appareils pour remplacer vos appareils existants par de nouveaux appareils ? Si tel est le cas, toute programmation effectuée avec les appareils d'origine sera appliquée aux appareils de remplacement. Après avoir fait cela, c'est une bonne idée de sélectionner les appareils et de vérifier chacune de vos palettes, pour vous assurer que le nouvel appareil correspond à ce que vous avez programmé. Si ce n'est pas le cas, vous pouvez mettre à jour la palette, et tous les indices qui ont utilisé cette palette seront également mis à jour. N'hé
  5. Hi Derek, To remove Amber from cue 3, go into cue 3. You can then release the chase by holding CLEAR and tapping FADER FUNCT. Then select the fixture, dial out Amber, tap UPDATE, and tap the Master Playback's button. To remove Amber from the first cue of the chase, trigger the chase, and hold SHIFT and tap the chase's button until you get to cue 1. Then select the fixture, dial out amber, tap UPDATE, choose Track Forwards, to remove amber from the chase. Hope this helps, Edward
  6. Hi Kevin, Orb access information is available on the Orb page... https://zero88.com/control/orb We have literature and videos detailing battery replacement information, which we are more than happy to provide when emailed. Edward
  7. Hi @phannington Please send us an email to support@zero88.com, and we'll be able to provide you with the information. Edward
  8. Hi Derek, To clarify for others reading this thread, and to avoid any confusion: Users CAN write or modify profiles to suit their own unique needs in the .ift format. Fixtures can be downloaded in the .ift format, to allow them to be edited, from the link below... https://zero88.com/fixtures/legacy-library/Legacy library (gft41.0)/ When requesting fixture files from Zero 88, an official English operating manual is required. If you do not have this information, you can create the fixture file yourself. We'd rather get this implemented correctly, rather than doing
  9. As discussed in a previous thread, the Fixture Editor can still be used, to create and edit fixtures in the .ift format. It cannot be used to create fixtures in the ZerOS Library format, or edit ZerOS Library fixtures. Edward
  10. Hi Derek, Apologies - I think I am misunderstanding your view point. What specifically are you finding is a floor with the ZerOS Library fixture format? This issue here, is that ZerOS is not applying Amber, or any other emitters on top of RGBW, to the colour tools. This is something that we will be implementing, and have regular meetings discussing the subject. Simply telling ZerOS to take any other emitters to 0 when using the colour tools is definitely not the solution - especially for Auto Colour Palettes such as Orange, which definitely should use Amber. Whenever yo
  11. Hi Derek, ZerOS currently supports fixtures with RGB, RGBW, or CMY colour mixing. LED emitters outside of these, will not be included in the ZerOS Colour Tools. The ZerOS Colour Tools include Auto Colour Palettes, Colour/Image Picker, Filters, Faders and Colour Effects. Therefore, when using any of these colour tools, ZerOS will make no changes to other emitters. Other LED emitters will default to 0, however if they have manually been added, ZerOS won't automatically remove them when using the colour tools. Your easiest option, is to therefore create a colour palette which takes
  12. Hi Kevin, Request sent to the marketing team to get this added to the Support page. If you have any questions let us know. Edward
  13. Hi Joshua, MSC Load commands must have a cue number. It therefore sounds like the cue numbers you are sending are invalid, and the command is not working. I've written this command out with the function of each byte: F0 7F - MSC Message 00 - Device ID 02 - MSC Message 01 - Lighting command format 01 - Go Command 06 - Cue 6 F7 - Sysex Closed (Please correct any you think are incorrect) Can you confirm you have a cue number 6, and the desk is set to MSC Device ID 0? It is a rather dry read, but the original MIDI Specificatio
  14. No problem - we're proud of our history and have no plans to remove all the great content. There are some gems, especially the "Eclipse" console manual!... https://zero88.com/storage/downloads/cdaf1417-1dac-4a61-a588-71e98cfb3444/Eclipse-Operating-Manual.pdf https://zero88.com/control/eclipse Edward
  15. Hi @aaronh2 If there are individual fixture files you need for Frog consoles, these can be found and downloaded from the link below... https://zero88.com/fixtures/legacy-library/Legacy library (gft41.0)/ If you have any questions, please let us know. Edward
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