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Thread: .ild Tunnel & Beam shows & inverting the X axis

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    Default .ild Tunnel & Beam shows & inverting the X axis

    Hi there

    Still finding my feet here... gotta say though there are a lot of really helpful laserists here, have already been given some sound advice on things.... ok so here's my two questions

    1) I am using Phoenix4 Live upgrade from Phoenix3 Live and wondering if there are any pre made .ild shows with tunnels,beams, sheets and non animated visuals that I could use? Have tried to log onto the server with all the different loin & passwords I have seen on the forum but none seem to allow access... I have seen some outstanding shows on youtube where PH4 doesn't seem to have what I am looking for although PH4 does come with Pro as standard but in demo mode where you can not projet and have seen some great shows there, just can not afford the full price for the program.

    2) I have only one interface with two 680mW RGB units connected via ILDA and wondering if they do not have an inverter switch for the X Axis is there a way or connector that would allow me to do this with one of the units?

    Cheers
    G
    GLC Lighting & Laser Show


    x2 680mW RGB
    x1 800mW RGY
    x2 100mW Green

    http://glclighting.co.uk

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    2) on the "second" projector switch the +&- wires on the X scanner driver.

    ...also, see here.. http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...vert-x-scanner
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    ahhhh thank you, I am now looking on ebay for the quick answer of the Y splitter...... atm not overly confident to be cutting into wires, although the way my enthusiasm is growing it won't be long before I will want to build my own unit!
    GLC Lighting & Laser Show


    x2 680mW RGB
    x1 800mW RGY
    x2 100mW Green

    http://glclighting.co.uk

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