I had a great question this morning from Jonathan on how to setup the DMX dip switches for my dumb DMX RGB controllers. I thought that since most everyone who is having an RGB display is in build and setup mode, this might be helpful for some of the newer folks.
This video shows how to use two separate models in Nutcracker V4 to create different effects over the same channels. I created dual models for my window frames, spinners, and wreath just to create some cool effects for my Independence Day display.
This final video is dedicated to setting up the “EASY DMX” controller boards used in RGB displays. The video demonstrates how all the components connect together. Following the instructional section is a demonstration of the entire setup running a sample sequence.
This is the 3rd video in the series. The video is broken down into 2 parts (due to length). This video gets you connected to the E682 web setup page. From this page you can setup the E682 to output DMX to your RGB devices. See the first part of this video for more information.
This is the 3rd video in the series. The video is broken down into 2 parts (due to length). This video gets you connected to the E682 web setup page. From this page you can setup the board to output DMX to your RGB devices. See the second part of this video for the continuation
Part 2 of this series shows how to configure LOR . We go through network settings in the S3 software as well as configuring the universes . We also discuss a bit of Multicast vs Unicast. Finally there is a demo of creating a new sequence, adding DMX channels, and converting those channels to RGB. […]
This is a 4 part video series on how to setup your Light O Rama computer to output E1.31 protocol. E1.31 allows data to be sent from the sequence to the controllers.