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Bonjour,

Sur FLX, il n'existe actuellement aucun moyen de copier les informations de paramètres d'un appareil à un autre.

Si vous utilisez des appareils du même type, vous pouvez cependant régler l'un des appareils sur la position, les couleurs et les gobos dont vous avez besoin, maintenez SHIFT et appuyez sur RECORD, puis appuyez sur une palette vide. Vous pouvez ensuite sélectionner un autre appareil du même type, appliquer la palette, il ira aux mêmes valeurs que l'appareil d'origine.

J'espère que cela t'aides,

 

Hello,

On FLX there is currently no way of copying parameter information from one fixture to another.

If you are using fixtures of the same type, you could however set one of the fixtures to the position, colours and gobos you need, hold SHIFT and tap RECORD, and tap an empty palette. You can then select another fixture of the same type, apply the palette, and it will go to the same values as the original fixture.

Hope this helps,

Edward

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Salut Edward! 

oui tres bonne astuce merci! 

J'en profite, si on a pas assé avec les 2 048 canaux (4 univers), est il possible d'acheter des canaux, ou des univers supplémentaires?

La console va jusqu’à 64 univers, mais jusqu’à combien de canaux peut on aller? 

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Bonjour,

Le nombre maximum d'univers qu'un FLX peut contrôler est de 16 univers (8192 canaux). Ces univers peuvent être patchés sur 64 univers.

Pour débloquer des univers supplémentaires, voir ci-dessous ...

https://zero88.com/upgrade/

Hello,

The maximum number of universes a FLX can control is 16 universes (8192 channels). These universes can be patched across 64 universes.

To unlock additional universes, see below...
https://zero88.com/upgrade/

Edward

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Hello Edward,

 

For using this possibility to :

On 9/14/2020 at 10:28 AM, Edward- Z88 said:

If you are using fixtures of the same type, you could however set one of the fixtures to the position, colours and gobos you need, hold SHIFT and tap RECORD, and tap an empty palette. You can then select another fixture of the same type, apply the palette, and it will go to the same values as the original fixture.

You're speaking about "using fixtures same type" what do you mean ? using exactly same fixture ? Or this to use fixture that use same parameter and use same values ?

 

Thank a lot Edward,

 

Eric

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Hi Eric,

10 minutes ago, van den abbeele Eric said:

You're speaking about "using fixtures same type" what do you mean ? using exactly same fixture ? Or this to use fixture that use same parameter and use same values ?

If you record a palette using a single fixture, any fixture of identical type will be able to use it. 

Even if you have a new fixture that shares the same parameters as the fixture stored in the palette, but is a different type of fixture, it will not be able to use it. You could add your new fixture to the existing palette if you wanted, and then fixtures of the new type would be able to use it too.

Hope this helps,

Edward

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so if I understand correctly:
1/ I am using a Quantum MAC. I make adjustments on it. With copy option, I can use the same parameters for another MAC quantum using Shift + record> new palette and thus select the second MAC quantum and so an, if I've add other Mac quantum.

 

2/ On the other hand, if I have a MAC Aura, I cannot use the settings in question if I understood everything ...

 

3/ Last case, if I have a device that has the same settings as a mac quantum, then I reuse the settings after copying the settings to a new palette.

(I used the "MAC quantum" which may not be the right example, but some Chinese machines are visual and software copies of branded devices, this is the third exemples)

 

Is it right ?

 

Thanks

 

 

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Hi Eric,

1 hour ago, van den abbeele Eric said:

I can use the same parameters for another MAC quantum using Shift + record> new palette and thus select the second MAC quantum and so an, if I've add other Mac quantum.

It is different with SHIFT + RECORD, as when you do this you Snapshot everything your lights are currently doing, and store it into the palette. 

If you use a single Mac Quantum to store a palette by simply tapping RECORD, any other Mac Quantum will be able to use that palette too. A different fixture type wouldn’t be able to use that palette, unless it was also initially stored in it, or updated to include it.

If you have any questions let me know. 

Edward

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