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Macro Effects blurring

Discussion in 'LightShow Pro (LSP)' started by tjames, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. tjames

    tjames New Elf

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    I've been trying to convert my show over to LSP from LOR since LOR's visualizer keeps corrupting my files effectively making it almost impossible to sequence anything and I'm having a huge problem with Macros. Everytime I try to use a macro on a layer the effect will render as it should for most of the channels but then it blurs the effect on at least one or more of the channels/controllers. For instance, I have 8 vertical strips on my house each represented by their own virtual controller in LSP. I wanted to do a simple sine wave effect (half red, half white) from an image I created. When adding this macro to the layer the first 2 controllers, and last 2 controllers look fine and as they should, but everything in the center is just a blurred mess. It happens everytime I try to apply an effect using a macro. Even if I try to do a chase on other layers via macro, typically the last controller/channel will look all blurred. What am I doing wrong here? All channels are mapped correctly and timing marks are in their correct place, but no matter what I do this happens. Any advice?
     
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    fasteddy I have C.L.A.P Global Moderator Generous Elf

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    This is caused because at sometime you have drawn channles in the visualizer that are mapped twice, so when you do a macro it then applies a blend of those two mapped locations to the channel

    So to fix this you will have to delete redraw those channels
     

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