What I'm attempting to do is turn on every light in the display, ideally in RGB. Where this would be useful is checking your entire display for bad lights all at once.David_AVD said:Can you detail item 1 more? I take it you want to send 255 (fully on) to all channels in a range of universes? Can the data output be slower seeing it's static?
Currently it is possible to select to output 255 accross all channels in a single universe, or selected groupings of channels (RGB). What I was looking at was the ability to output that same data to not just the current universe, but several universes all at once. So say, universes 1-5 could all have the intensity of their channels set to, say, 255. By doing this, it allows you to go outside and see where you have "holes" from bad pixels, bulbs, devices. I generally try to go outside each night and check to see that everything is working and having everything on at one time would make quick work of that.David_AVD said:OK, the RGB confused me. Sounds like you just need to turn every channel on. It should make no difference if they are RGB or single channels in that case.
Or.... did you mean one colour at a time?