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    Default Phoenix show controller

    Hi guys I am new to the Forum, does anyone have a any views on Phoenix showcontroller software??
    I will be using 1 x 2100mwRGB and a 500mw RGBV from laserworld on this software, just in the early stages and not finding it easy.

    Chris

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    Hey there

    I'm also using Phoenix Showcontroller V2, as I know it is for pre-programmed shows. Live function is a bit though in Realtime.exe compared to others.

    as far as I know, there isnt alot of people using this product, I know that phoenix is similair as LDS, sharing the same code. although they goes with their own support.

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    if the controller has PT-ITRUST as label i use I-Show to control it together with the i-show usb to ilda controller card.

    http://www.phenixtechnology.com/en/p...lb_id=10010002

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    yea i am familiar with and use the entire phoenix 3 software suite what version do you have (i only know version 3) and are you using live or pro/pro+ (pro and pro+ are the same except for the use of multiple projectors 1 for pro 10 for pro +)

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    Thumbs up Phenixtech-

    Hi, I use this board in projectors for Mamba and also there P40 scanner. Very good luck with them people. ILDA functions. Thanks to you I did not have a manual till now. Shooting from the hip and with good luck. Thanks guys. JH

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    just to be clear phenix is not the same as phoenix

    phenix looks like some sorta auto dmx card

    phoenix is pro laser software

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    Default Phoenix

    Thank's guys, its Phoenix V3 Pro at the moment may go to Plus once I have the hang of it,
    I had the Laserworld showeditor 2010 first quite easy to run prep programed shows but very complicated to design your own shows [ for me anyway].
    I find the laserworld equipment very good and very well built, each laser having it's own seperate power supply, open the lid and it looks well laid out and built to run for long hours.

    Cheers

    Chris

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    ok so the next question is what type of shows are you doing sit down performances synced with music ( like a planetarium type show ) or live concert/rave /night club type of event

    if your doing more live stuff like clubs then you may want to look into a phoenix live license

    but either way i may be of help getting you started

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    for better live control with realtime look here:
    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...?highlight=lds
    Christian

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    Default Access rights problem? and No laser showing up in the hardware check.

    I recently purchased the latest version of Phoenix Live Show
    controller (3.25) from LEP laser on ebay (Norman in sales). I have read the manual, followed the provided directions, and have just installed the software with the
    correct operations for installing the usb dongle and then the output
    card with the device drivers. It says that they have been installed
    correctly. When I click on the Phoenix "Live" button on the start up
    screen. A small window opens multiple times that says "ACCESS RIGHTS
    PROBLEM". Phoenix Live eventually opens but the screen is
    semi-transparent, is not formatted correctly, and most of the buttons,
    icons, and levels don't click or work.
    Another problem, when I click the "hardware check" button on the
    start-up screen there is no status or devices in the device list when
    the 400 RGB ILDA laser projector (hardware) is connected into the
    phoenix usb interface dongle.
    I have tried another computer and another 150 mW Green ILDA laser and
    the same problem happens.
    I am working a show with phoenix live and these lasers this weekend. I
    need immediate support and to solve this problem now. I have worked
    with the phoenix live demo version and know that screen and software
    do not appear formatted correctly.
    Can anyone help me?

    Thank you,

    Michael
    503.689.7352
    michael.edward.bowles@gmail.com

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