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NutCracker to LSP2.0

Discussion in 'xLights (Nutcracker)' started by joeengler, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. joeengler

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    Is there a update on the progress of the Nutcracker to LSP2.0 project. Has anyone tried to use the generator as a LOR file, open in LOR then save and then open the file in LSP?
     
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    AAH I love blinky lights :) Community Project Designer

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    I've looked at all the sequences that are being posted and they all look pretty. As they are all pixel sequences and i have no pixels I haven't actually bothered chasing up info on what this nutcracker stuff is all about. Can someone give me a link to a page or a youtube vid to tell me what's it's all about.

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    Nutcracker currently is to help create animations for rgb devices.
    I wanted it so a user selects from a library of animations and then Nutcracker produces the xml code needed for the 3 major sequencers.


    The reason rgb animations are so difficult is the huge volume of data that needs to be created.


    It is not a replacement for sequencers, it is a tool to help create complex animations within a few minutes and then get them inserted into your show.


    I have plans this summer to something more, stay tuned.


    thanks
    sean
     

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