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Peter Wright

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  1. While using the FLX S24 today, I noticed the following: I have 16 generic dimmers on channels one to sixteen and 8 LED fixtures on channels 17 to 24. Everything seemed to be fine until with any of the LED fixtures fader up, the colour windows above each fader wheel came up, as expected, - Red, Green, Blue, White. However, when fading up any one of channels 1 to 16 the white colour option, inexplicably changed to red, and, in fact did control the red channel. Going into settings and then attributes, the "always display intensity encoder" was set as "disabled". Changing this to "enable
  2. Hi Edward, Done that but a couple more queries. Have set RGB mixing on playbacks as per the instruction in the manual (Pg 140) and it all works but is the following what should be happening?; With colour(s) playback(s) at (say) full and the intensity playback at full all ok but id the intensity playback is brought down to 0 and the colour(s) are left at full, fading the intensity back to full doesn't bring up the colour(s) without the fading the colour plyback(s) to 0 and then back up again. Also, is it correct that fade up of the intensity playback must precede fade up of
  3. Hi Edward, Thanks for that. Will take a look at it tomorrow. Think I have been staring at the screen for too long. Currently putting together a tech manual for the theatre, which will explain some of the key issues with all of our equipment without having to delve into the manufacturers' manuals.
  4. My theatre group has a FLX S24. According to the manual, record options should show a smart tag option amongst others. The only options I can see relating to this are "tagged parameters" and "all parameters". Looked through the manual and don't seem to be able to find any more info. Am I missing something?
  5. Re the selection of colours, would it be possible to have at least the Lee Filter swatch book included, as in the FLX and Solution? I find this much more useful than the mood boards.
  6. Thanks for that. All sorted. Peter
  7. Thanks for that. It's not a problem. Just wondered why I couldn't see how to do it and now I know,
  8. Just updated FLX S24 to 7.9.5. In the release notes it indicates:- Additional desktops now available on FLX range. FLX & FLX S now include four desktop layouts, including one that allows multiple colour tabs to be open at the same time. I can't seem to find the multiple colour tabs (replicate the image in the release notes)
  9. To those of you who replied to my original post and any others who may have seen it. There is an issue as I described. I sent Edward a show file as he suggested and this was the reply: Hi Peter, Thanks very much for sending that over. What we should be seeing when you fade the first Playback up, crossfade into the second, and then fade out the second is a fade from the colour to the fixture’s defaults. But as you’ve discovered actually we’re fading from the colour through the colour of the previous Playback. I have logged this issue on our software tracker
  10. I have done all of the suggestions prior to posting. Will take a look again but I am pretty sure I am correct.Sat with both desks in front of me each controlling an LED fixture and went through as many configurations as possible. Changing the colour fade timer was the first thing I looked at.
  11. Since upgrading our Solution to the latest software and also recently purchasing an FLX S24, I have come across the following issues regarding the use of playbacks when controlling LED fixtures on both desks. I may well be doing something wrong but can't figure out what that may be. I have sent this info to Keith Rogers but thought I might as well post it on here FLX S24 1) Using the playbacks as submasters with LED fixtures, if one playback is programmed with one colour (say, blue) and another with a second colour (say, green) and a cross fade is activated between the two by fading
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