Have been playing around with the principal of running Xlights / Xschedule on a raspberry pi as an alternative for a dedicated PC for running virtual matrix's. This is extremely experimental and will probably not work for everyone.
During the year I purchased $6 AUD p4...
This year we will be having a few P10 matrix's but in the testing phase i've run into a confusing issue which I can't seem to resolve. The panel(s) seem to receive the data but output a 3 on, 3 off, 3 on, 3 off pattern.
To help troubleshoot the issue and make sure im not going crazy...
I have setup some arches and a megatree in xLights, and all appears to run ok from my PC.
These models consist of WS2811 (12v) strips and pixel strings that are controlled by a Pixlite16 (with static IP).
I also have some WS2801 (5v) strips that I want to include in my display, in a...
So I've got something of a unique issue in front of me, suddenly. I haven't seen this problem in the past, but I've so far been unable to roll back to a version of FPP that doesn't do this to me. I warn you now of the wall of text that is coming up, so skip to the bottom...
Might be useful for people who make hardware.
PS Is it worth having a Forum section for Single Board Computers e.g RasberryPi
Falcon Player (formally Falcon Pi Player, FPP) does remote playback of your sequences without a using relatively expensive laptop/desktop. It is a solution to the conductor or director products. The Falcon Player (FPP) runs on Linux, which is on a Sing