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    Default How to save your projects ?

    Hey guys
    Hummm... i got that big laser here...


    Hummm don't know how to save my projects into it ?
    It is possible...

    Or i have to be plugged it into my pc all the show ?? it would be disappointing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevieboy View Post
    Hey guys
    Hummm... i got that big laser here...


    Hummm don't know how to save my projects into it ?
    It is possible...

    Or i have to be plugged it into my pc all the show ?? it would be disappointing...
    Not giving us much information to work with - there are a LOT of big lasers here!

    What laser (be specific), what controller?

    Most shows are run with either a PC attached, or using a DMX controller to select images.
    RR

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    Hummm

    Focus9 tm DJ: 08
    Red /Yellow / Green


    With a gay software called Ishow and the DAC

    I can make pic if you want ??




    Hummm im a kind of newbie , but im good yeah !


    Also have DMX things in the back... with adress... up to 10 DMX adress

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    Let me check what dac i have too

    I will try to see what model etc.. give some minutes

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    You might want to start a separate thread and see if anyone has experience and/or users manuals for the IShow package.
    Also, search the forums for IShow - something might turn up for you.

    Good luck with your first projector!!
    RR

    Metrologic HeNe 3.3mw Modulated laser, 2 Radio Shack motors, and a broken mirror.
    1979.
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    Already did that.. No one answered

    Also searched in the forum for Ishow

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevieboy View Post
    Already did that.. No one answered

    Also searched in the forum for Ishow
    Bummer - sorry dude; doesn't appear to be much support for IShow on this forum...
    RR

    Metrologic HeNe 3.3mw Modulated laser, 2 Radio Shack motors, and a broken mirror.
    1979.
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    ....mainly because Ishow is bloody awful.
    I have only used it once and its so poor its untrue plus its not user friendly and non of it makes sense. I suspect it was translated by someone who could speak neither chinese or english!
    Its dead cheap - about 50 for dac and software for ebay and frankly its over priced!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanwax View Post
    ....mainly because Ishow is bloody awful.
    I have only used it once and its so poor its untrue plus its not user friendly and non of it makes sense. I suspect it was translated by someone who could speak neither chinese or english!
    Its dead cheap - about 50 for dac and software for ebay and frankly its over priced!

    Rob
    HAHAHA! Well said. I have seen screen shots and heard of nothing but trouble from this software.

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    One of the most worrying "features" of this package is how it likes to freeze (thus producing a stationary beam) when changing patterns.

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