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LSP Max intensity

Discussion in 'LightShow Pro (LSP)' started by tuppetsdad, Nov 30, 2012.

  1. tuppetsdad

    tuppetsdad Funding & Tech Support

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    There are two cases where I would like to put a limit on the output intensity

    1. Limit max output to strip

    How do you set an upper limit (0-255) which will not be exceeded for a particular output.

    2. Low value in sequence

    How do I set an output in a sequence to a low value as LSP seems to want to only ramp up to full on and ramp down to full off.


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  2. fasteddy

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    If you goto properties of LSP and then goto the effects tab you can then set the default values for different effects

    Alternatively you can highlight the area in the grid and then right mouse click and then goto properties and you should be able to adjust the intensity
     
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    I have a similar need. 180W of led strip is shining directly into my across-the-road neighbour's house.


    I can see this can be done channel by channel which is an effort for RGB . And the global properties would do it across the entire show, and I want to preserve my mono strand LED brightness.


    Modifying the intensity by controller would be ideal for my application, but don't think I can?
     
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    A wholesale option in the controller or LSP would be awesome.
     
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    Correct me if I am wrong... but couldnt you use dimming curves for exactly that? To set certain elements of your show to a lower "brightness" at full on?
     
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    Thanks guys
     

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