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CBMatt

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  1. CBMatt

    Vari-lite VL4000

    Leap Frog 48 - running the most recent software.
  2. Could you please make a fixture profile for the new Vari-lite VL4000. http://www.vari-lite.com/clientuploads/directory/downloads/VL4000_Spot_Users_B_22October2014.pdf Thanks
  3. CBMatt

    Replacement Faders

    Cooper controls are telling me that they no longer carry replacement faders for the LeapFrog48. Can you point me to someone else in the US that I can get them from? Thanks
  4. I need a fixture profile for a Sharpy Wash 330 ASAP!! Anyone have one? Running a Leap Frog 48, current version 7.7 of ZerOS
  5. I need a fixture profile ASAP for a Sharpy Wash 330 - I'm running a LeapFrog48, current version 7.7 Please Help
  6. No smart tag is not enabled. Various fixtures... Robe Vision scans, LED Heads No smart tag is not enabled. Various fixtures... Robe Vision scans, LED Heads
  7. Hi Guys, I've been having some issues when programming submasters. Whenever I program my movers into a submaster with a position palette they never update correctly when I update the palette at the next venue. All my cues update just fine all the time and yes I'm using the merge option when updating palettes. My Leapfrog48 has been doing this for the past 3-4 software updates and I'm currently on 7.4 using tracking advanced. My keystrokes are as follows... choose movers, Home, select color palette, select beamshape palette, select position palette, select submaster to program, PROGRAM. Get to the next gig, reposition palettes used and the submasters all stay the same from the previous gig.
  8. So then you can take any DMX console with patchable faders and use it as a wing for the LF48? What about the flash buttons? Would others respond the same way as the ones on the LF48? Could I still run cue lists from this "wing"?
  9. CBMatt

    Advice on building a new Fixture

    Hi Jon, So everything went well with patching. The functionality is great except after I loaded the auto palletes I dont get a choice of intensity effects. Any reason for this? Matt
  10. CBMatt

    Advice on building a new Fixture

    Perfect sense!! Thanks very much!! I will try it this week.
  11. CBMatt

    Advice on building a new Fixture

    Hi Jon Thanks for getting back to me. This all makes perfect sense but how do you stop the editor software from allocating channels? If I try to assign dmx channels 5-7 to say what would be section 1 RGB it automatically makes a "7 channel" fixture even though I'm only using 3 channels. And then the board won't let me overlay the channels. I'm using a Leap Frog 48...BTW
  12. I know there are many ways to go about this so I'm looking for suggestions on how to write this fixture personality. I have 12 LED bars. You can control all the RGB levels as one or you can split them up into 3 separate sections. I like that functionality because most of my programming is going to be within the 3 separate sections. I'm wondering how to go about writing dimming control and using color pallettes. Here is the DMX Chart... 1 - Strobe 2 - Full Bar Red 3 - Full Bar Green 4 - Full Bar Blue 5 - Section 1 Red 6 - Section 1 Green 7 - Section 1 Blue 8 - Section 2 Red 9 - Section 2 Green 10 - Section 2 Blue 11 - Section 3 Red 12 - Section 3 Green 13 - Section 3 Blue My main question is, is there a way to put a virtual dimmer on each section so when programming I can just choose one section and have better control with intensity chases? The other half of that would be, when I write my color pallettes if I program them in channel mode it will then be possible to divide the sections, right? Any advice on how others would do this would be great. Thanks
  13. CBMatt

    Labeling Problem

    Thanks Jon, That was the problem.
  14. I'm trying to create a new fixture profile for an LED fixture. When I choose Red+, Green+ and Blue+ in the special menu it transfers to the desk as Cyan, Magenta, Yellow. I've tried every option and loaded it separatly but the only thing that makes the console display Red, Green, Blue is when the special tab is set to "None". Any idea why this is happening? One other question... Why is the new version of fixture editor advertised as 2.5 but when I download it it still comes up as version 2.1?
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