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  2. Edward Z88

    Colour behaviour

    Hi @Gerran No problem at all - just let us know if you have any questions. Edward
  3. Edward Z88

    Colour behaviour

    Hi @kgallen You will only encounter this if you are using fixtures with a colour temperature parameter, that has a single continuous colour temperature range. If you are using fixtures without a colour temperature parameter, or you are using fixtures that have a colour temperature parameter with discrete presets, you will not encounter this. The work around is to simply apply the filter twice. This then applies the filter to the first selected fixture's colour temperature parameter. Edward
  4. Gerran

    Colour behaviour

    Great Edward, thanks a lot for your extensive reply. I'll be checking on the console later this week and report back here.
  5. kgallen

    Colour behaviour

    Hi @Gerran and @Edward Z88 Thank you for your interesting questions and responses above. Regarding ZOS-11120: Edward, would you be able to elaborate on the conditions for this issue occurring and if there is a workaround when using 7.13. I have a large/complex show coming up in October so I would like to be up to speed with handling this. Thanks, Kevin
  6. Hi Simon, Custom desktop layouts is on our roadmap. There are many factors that decide the order of the roadmap, one of which being the votes in this forum thread. Edward
  7. Edward Z88

    Colour behaviour

    Hi @Gerran ZerOS 7.11 software introduced a new Colour Mixing system. Please watch the video below if you'd like to learn more... One of the features of the new colour mixing system, is that ZerOS can now factor in colour temperature parameters. ZerOS will use colour temperature parameters that have a continuous range from one colour temperature value through to another. ZerOS will not use colour temperature parameters that have discrete temperature "presets". According to the fixture's manual, the Colour Temperature parameter allows you to adjust the fixture's light output from 2000K @ 0 to 8000K @ 255. ZerOS will therefore use this parameter when using the various colour mixing tools, including LEE filters. My guess in this situation is that the Infinity fixture's Green LEDs are more intense than ZerOS expects at the low end. After applying the filter, you will therefore need to dial down the level of Green using the encoder wheels to fine-tune the colour. You can then save the custom colour as a colour palette, to quickly recall your shade of red. To confirm, are you using the "Expolite TourLED Pro 28 Zoom"? I am not able to replicate the behaviour you describe in ZerOS 7.13 software. Adjusting the fixture's red and blue encoder wheels, correctly does not affect the fixture's White parameter. When using the onscreen RGB colour faders, these do correctly adjust the fixture's white parameter. Thank you very much for the description of this behaviour. I have been able to replicate this issue, and can see that the colour temperature parameter of the first fixture in the selection occasionally does not change upon applying a filter. This issue is logged as reference number ZOS-11120 on our system, scheduled to be fixed in the next software update. If you wish to control these fixtures in the "legacy" method, with the Colour Temperature parameter not used by the colour mixing, the original versions of these Infinity fixtures can be downloaded from the links below... https://www.zero88.com/fixtures/legacy-library/Legacy library (gft41.0)/INFINITY/TS-260C7 Profile.ift https://www.zero88.com/fixtures/legacy-library/Legacy library (gft41.0)/INFINITY/TF-260C7 Fresnel.ift https://www.zero88.com/fixtures/legacy-library/Legacy library (gft41.0)/INFINITY/TCyc-7 Cyclorama.ift Once downloaded, you can save these files to a USB drive. You can then load each file into the console from the USB drive. You can then patch the loaded files, which will be displayed in red text, rather than using the library fixtures. I hope this information is helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know. Edward
  8. Is this a thing or are you referring to the list of wants? when I said list I meant the one you were working on not our would be nice list. thanks
  9. Gerran

    Colour behaviour

    Thanks Edward, for your swift reaction. After the update to ZerOs 7.12 I've changed all fixtures with the new profiles available in the library. That "empty" show is the default show that we're building on as of now. Perhaps it's better to completely rebuilt a default "empty" swow from scratch? I'll see if I can find the time in the upcoming week to do so.
  10. Edward Z88

    Colour behaviour

    Hi @Gerran I'll be able to provide a more detailed reply when I’m next in front of my computer, however based on your initial description it sounds like you may be using the fixture from your show file, rather than the fixture from the latest software. If you have loaded in a show file from an earlier software version, ZerOS may use the fixtures from the show file, instead of fixtures from the library. Within the Fixture Schedule, you should see the option to convert/change this fixture, to replace it with the latest version from the library. The colour control should behave as expected. Let us know if you have any questions. Edward
  11. Gerran

    Colour behaviour

    Since the update to ZerOS 7.12 and now 7.13 (We've missed 7.10) the colour behaviour is totally unpredictable in my opinion. We have 2 different type of fixtures: Infinity fixtures (TS-270-C7, TF-260-C7, TCyc-7 all in RGB Pro mode) and Oxo-Lite TourLEDPro 28 Zoom (Ar2.Z mode 7ch). Both fixture types behave in a peculiar way I cannot get my head around. The inifinity Fixtures have a dedicated colour temperature channel in the DMX chart, but when I select a colour from the LEE library, the colour temperature is changed. Also when i adjust the colour (Red, Green and/or Blue) with the encoder wheels, the temperature value changes. Why is that? The same behaviour is observed with the TourLED's, but with the dedicated 'white' channel. So when I adjust for example red and blue encoderwheels below a certain value, white value is lowered as well. Another issue we noticed is that the LEE colours for the Infinity fixtures are not even close to the supposed values. LEE 106 for example should be red, but the light output is orange/yellow. Last issue (for this post): when a group of the same fixtures is selected and given a colour from the LEE library (and the colour temperature value is adjusted with that for some reason) and after that another colour is selected, all the fictures get new colour (expected) and termperature (why?) values EXCEPT the first fixture in the group. That fixture only gets new colour values but remains the temperature value of the firstly selected colour. I'm wondering what we're doing wrong, or is my line of thinking wrong and should I change my workflow?
  12. Bonjour Jean Philippe, J'ai vu qu'Edward t 'a fait parvenir le précédent manuel le 7.9.9. Je peux aussi te faire parvenir une version plus ressente 7.11, qui n'est pas finie d'être traduite correctement... Mais qui prends en compte certaines choses non incluses dans la version 7.9.9. Je vais tenter de faire évoluer les versions 7.11 vers 7.14... (Il y a pas mal d'évolution sur les versions de Zer0S. A savoir que la dans la version 7.13, il y a une grosse évolution. La possibilité de pouvoir créer ses propres Fixtures directement dans la console. Ce qui n'était pas possible avant... Une belle journée Eric V.D.A
  13. Hi Simon, ^as @kgallen mentions, this would be covered in the customisable desktop layouts. Edward
  14. Maybe the "Custom Desktop Layouts on FLX / FLX S" option?
  15. Can you tell me if the custom screen settings is on the list and where abouts roughly please? As far as usability for me this is the biggest hinderance during a plotting session. Thanks
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  17. Salut @jean philippe @van den abbeele Eric a très gentiment traduit le manuel de ZerOS. La traduction française est disponible ici... https://www.zero88.com/storage/downloads/2f885eff-adc0-4525-8859-1803970c6fb5/ZerOS-Français-7.9.9-V-3.51a.pdf Edward Hi @jean philippe @van den abbeele Erichas very kindly translated the ZerOS manual. The French translation is available here... https://www.zero88.com/storage/downloads/2f885eff-adc0-4525-8859-1803970c6fb5/ZerOS-Français-7.9.9-V-3.51a.pdf Edward
  18. salut, je suis régisseur dans une salle en Gironde qui vient de s'équiper avec la Zero88 FLX. Apparemment tu aurais rédigé un manuel en français : où peut on le trouver? merci pour ta réponse. jean philippe
  19. Hi Simon, As the Gateway 4 supports LLRP, we have hidden the Reset button away, to try and avoid people using it. If you must reset the Gateway 4, there is a secret hole down the outside of one of the XLR connectors, which a pin can be inserted into to reach the reset button. If you have any questions, please let me know. Edward
  20. Thanks for the reply. I’ve sorted it now, my fat fingers had typed the wrong ip. still like to know where the reset button is though.
  21. Is the .15. part compatible with your mask setting? I guess you’ll need 255.255.0.0.
  22. Hi, ok used dmx workshop to change the IP address to 192.168.15.200 and now cannot see it anywhere. The instructions on here say to return to factory settings press reset button and cycle power but there isn’t a reset button or any button for that matter. help please.
  23. Thanks yet again Edward. perhaps a line in the instructions sent out with the unit should say please consult zeros manual for configuration on a console?
  24. Hi Simon, Really pleased to hear you now have a Gateway 4. For information on configuring Gateway 4, please see the link below... https://www.zero88.com/manuals/gateway4/configuration-2 For information on configuring Gateway 4 from FLX, please see the link below... https://www.zero88.com/manuals/zeros/setup/devices/art-net-devices Let me know if you have any questions. Edward
  25. I’ve just received my new gateway 4 and in the introduction it says it can be configured from the board or alternatively via a browser but in the configuration section there is no mention of setting it via the board. Am I missing something?
  26. Hi Ian, Glad you were able to use a different USB drive. Is the Corsair drive in a different format? Really pleased to hear it! Let us know if there’s anything else you need. Edward
  27. Ian_p

    Attempted 7.13 update

    Thanks Edward - for some reason the FLX does not recognise my Corsair GTX usb drive - used a different Sandisk thumb drive to get the upgrade file onto the FLX and successfully upgraded. I used the new fixture creator to build a template for my Stairville Pro Bar 16x10w straight onto the desk - all good!! Thanks for the pointer cheers Ian
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