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Thread: Pangolin Pro QM32 Laser Show Controller FS

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    Default Pangolin Pro QM32 Laser Show Controller FS

    I have an older model QM32 Pangolin Pro Laser Show Control card mounted in a PC running Windows 95. Original purchase price $6,995 US.
    This unit is top of the line , capable of 3D rendering, morphing, etc what the laser pros use.
    Selling for $4,000 US. can negotiate somewhat with combination cash and trade goods.

    Rick
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    A note about some of the features supported by the Pangolin Pro Laser Show controller I have for sale.

    Bold new features in Pangolin's LD software for Windows - distributed starting in 1992
    "True-color" support (no palettes)

    6-channel color output

    Ability to work with both point and vector frames in the same system at the same time

    Abstract frames

    Beam brush

    Built-in raster to vector conversion of colored images

    DLL-based programming interface -- ability to access all laser functions from within any computer language

    Innovative enhancements to Pangolin's LD software for Windows
    Timeline-based show creation system - original work 1993, released November 1995

    Raster laser frames - 1995

    High-resolution support for digitizing tablets using Wintab - 1995

    Multimedia file support (CD, WAV, MP3, etc.) - 1995, (all formats October 2000)

    Export show as ILDA frames - 1997

    Networking of multiple systems - September 1997

    Beat Marks (colored marks on the timeline) - October 1997

    Simplified and automatic Image Masking - June 1998

    Import 10 most popular laser formats - July 1998

    LIVE! Controller built into the main software package - September 1998

    Lasershow Performer console - March 1999

    Support for Video Sync input - August 1999
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    I use this daily and it works well!!

    You have any Frames you are looking to sell/Trade?? LDB or ILD?

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    Hi,

    The only frames I have come with the laser show controller CD. software
    Try visiting "www.laserfx.com" where i think you might find what you're looking for or perhaps Medialas web site.

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    Thanks for the Info, LaserLover.. I do know of the Laserfx stuff. I also have all the Install CD images of course...!

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    Hi Laser-Ad

    Try this other site for free ILDA frames
    " http://www.laserrent.be/framecenter.asp "

    Rick
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    Hehe Thanks, Been there a while back, some cool stuff.. Fun at times too!

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    I still like the "line games" ilda files off that site... Fun to watch! (The american flag animations are pretty cool too...)

    Adam

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    A Nice Canadian flag waving would be cool for me! Anyone have one of those???
    I can trade a really nice american flag for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LASER-AD
    A Nice Canadian flag waving would be cool for me! Anyone have one of those???
    I can trade a really nice american flag for it!
    You're kidding, right?

    You mean you honestly do not have this file in your collection already?

    Dang - I think I've just been trolled...

    Oh well. If you really need the file, the link above is valid. The file is around 73K, and it's a nice rendition of a waving Canadian flag (in color!). But I'm pretty sure you were trying to be funny, since this animation is one of the first files I ever found...

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