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    Default turning blanking off on Livepro

    as title, anyone know how?
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    This might help me too. I don't have blanking right now anyway.

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    Try turning show blanking points / lines to on..
    Then "paint" them , say white with the paint brush / roller tool.

    You will find some information on this process in Adam's article on scanner tuning here on PL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitts View Post
    Try turning show blanking points / lines to on..
    Then "paint" them , say white with the paint brush / roller tool.

    You will find some information on this process in Adam's article on scanner tuning here on PL.

    Cheers

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    LivePRO Ray, not LD2000.....

    Why do you want to turn blanking off Andy? Probably not a good idea TBH, unless its for scanner tuning or such...
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    my oops I was at work... missed that part.

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    it was just so i could measure the power of my lasers without taking them out my scanner
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    Hi Andy

    If you play an abstract using the high power pallette I think that should do the trick.

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    Cool

    More specifically, if you select a circular abstract that is all white and reduce the size to zero, you'll get a continuous beam at max power, even in LivePro.

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    ill give it ago thanks guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by buffo View Post
    More specifically, if you select a circular abstract that is all white and reduce the size to zero, you'll get a continuous beam at max power, even in LivePro.

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    Hi Adam

    You would only need to do that if you wanted to measure the combined white light at the aperture of the projector using a thermopile head.

    I think Andy is wanting to measure the power of each of his lasers individually, so what shape is scanning is pretty irrelevant (I think ). Having said that I agree that it would be better to choose an all white abstract.

    On a different note, that little timer circuit is great

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