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How to use the R G B step on/off effect?

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Can some body help me understand how the Red/Green/Blue Step on/off effect are working, and how I can use it?

Have tried to play with the effect - but I can´t really figure it out....... Please help me with the total basic for this effect - how to use it and how to setting it up.

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Hi Carsten,

A Red Step On Effect means that by default, Red is at 50%, and Green and Blue flash on from 0%-100%. These levels can of course be adjusted by changing the colour parameter levels in the Colour attribute. 

Red Step off on the other hand, means that by default, Red is at 50%, and Green and Blue flash off from 100%-0%, again intensities of each colour can be adjusted.

You can best see this happening by tapping Z/Shift -> System Information -> DMX Outputs for the fixture's RGB levels.

Hope this helps, if you have any queries let me know.

Edward

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Hi Carpo,

I recently had some queries on what various effects did and how I might achieve some particular effects using the engine. In this thread here from around about the post linked, Edward gives some insight and examples to my queries that might be of interest.

Kevin

 

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9 hours ago, kgallen said:

Hi Carpo,

I recently had some queries on what various effects did and how I might achieve some particular effects using the engine. In this thread here from around about the post linked, Edward gives some insight and examples to my queries that might be of interest.

Kevin

 

Brilliant, Kevin

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1 hour ago, Carpo said:

Thank you for quick reply.

Love the support from Zero88 🙂

Happy to help! Let us know if there’s anything else we can do. 

Edward

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