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Evolite Beam MK2

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DamsoC
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Evolite Beam MK2

Post by DamsoC »

Hello,

I need the folder on fixture creator to work my Evolite beam 2R MK2.
I try by mylself but I have a lot of problems to run normaly the gobos and colours.

Here is the product informations :
http://static.evolite-pro.com/pdf/manua ... manual.pdf

Thanks a lot for your help

Damien



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Re: Evolite Beam MK2

Post by Rod_Horning »

Hello,

Please use the Fixture Creator EXPORT function and then upload the exported fixture definition to this thread. Since you attempted to create a fixture let us review what you have. We can provide you information to improve your fixture.

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Re: Evolite Beam MK2

Post by DamsoC »

Hello,
Thanks for your answer.
Here is my fixture creator about the device Evolite beam 2R. For me moment I don't know the right color and gobos precisely. For the channel 5 I replaced the function. For the channel 18 and 19 I don't kow the right function

Thanks for your help
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Re: Evolite Beam MK2

Post by Rod_Horning »

Your fixture is pretty good. Here are a few suggestions:
- Create Custom Sliders for the functions in Channel 12
- Create Macros for the built in macro functions in Channel 13
- You have Channel 17 listed as Gobo Rotation 1. This is OK as long as it does not confuse you.
- You have a duplicate entry in Color Wheel 1 - suggest you delete the duplicate
- Also in color Wheel 1 - value 141 is a rainbow effect - there should be a GIF for that
- I noticed that the colors in Color Wheel 2 are not always what is listed in the manual. I use Window's Paint
app to build GIFs for colors that are not in the library.
- The value you specified in STROBE channel are what is in the manual. Consider changing Strobe Low to 4
and Strobe High to 251

I do not understand your comment about replacing the function for channel 5. According to the manual channel 5 controls pan/tilt speed - it does not control the iris

Channel 18 controls the speed of the dimmer/prism - I do not think it controls ZOOM. Delete the values in the ZOOM specification and simply label the channel as Dimmer Prism Speed

Channel 19 controls the gobo rotation speed. It should be OK the way you have it specified. If it is confusing then delete the Gobo 2 Rotation values and simply label the channel as Gobo Wheel Speed

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