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How do you get a colour you want on a RGB strip?

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by smartalec, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. smartalec

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    Thanks for the link. That will save considerable time playing with intensities!
     
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    I know with LightShow Pro and LOR S2 (current release) this isn't an issue as they support RGB natively. Doesn't Vixen also support RGB natively?
     
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    Yes it does.
     
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    Have you tested them all SA?
     
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    Smart - are you manually mixing colors? You know Vixen is free? :)
     
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    Nice Find, but the colour chart isn't that useful unless you know the relationship for the channel velue the actual LED brightness.
    BTW most WYSIWYG web editor have a similar tool built in.
     

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