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Sometimes Fixtures wont move to settings

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I have some Martin's and a couple times when I setup a submaster for a position/gobo/color etc... When start using some other submasters for effects on them and then I pull up another submaster that changes the effect - the position of the Martin stays where it last was but everything else (GOBO,COLOR) changes like it should. I have even made sure when I set it, C B P was all set to YES.

 

BTW- When I am doing this, I have no MEMORY running that changes the MARTIN or any other SUBMASTER going.

 

Maybe has something to do with LTP?

 

I am still trying to understand LTP, HTP DWELL etc...

 

thanks

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Hi gress,

 

A few questions...

 

What software version are you running?

 

Do you have Position set to Snap or Fade?

 

What do you have the LTP fade time set to?

 

Regards,

 

Paul.

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I think the default on LTP is 5% and I will have to double check on the SNAP or FADE.

 

Can you explain some about the functions of LTP, and the difference it would make if SNAP or FADE? I have been trying to figure out exactly how effects the other

 

I know our software needs updated, I will be doing that soon

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Hi gress,

 

The 5% setting you mention is the LTP Trigger Level. When the submaster is raised past this level, then LTP channels programmed in that submaster are "triggered". If the action is set to Snap, then the programmed values will appear immediately on the DMX outputs. If the action is set to Fade, then the DMX outputs will fade from their current values to the programmed values over the LTP Fade Time.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Paul.

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