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JB-Systems Cob-4bar

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rrara
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JB-Systems Cob-4bar

Post by rrara » June 20th, 2015, 12:07 am

Hi I am pretty new here and i am just starting to use Freestyler;

I tried to make a fixture for my Cob-4bars (i have 2 of them) but i am not shure i did it good.Can someone check the fixture please.

The manual is attached

and here is the try out.

Hope to hear soon where i went wrong or right.

Rrara
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Re: JB-Systems Cob-4bar

Post by Jan_K » June 22nd, 2015, 6:23 am

Hej rrara

It is not bad and not god and it is probably working as you want it.

However there are some things which can make life a bit easier for you.

if you use rgb segments then each "projector" gets a color control.
http://www.freestylersupport.com/wiki/f ... t_tutorial


If I should have created the fixture then I would probably have done it as combined fixtures.
One fixture which only control one projector and then in Freestyler add 4 of them next to each other.
http://www.freestylersupport.com/wiki/f ... d_fixtures
http://www.freestylersupport.com/wiki/f ... ter_effect


This is always a question of what you think is the easiest way to control the fixtures and that way is for you to decide.

/Jan

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