Virtual Christmas Summit is this weekend so sign up now if you aren’t already. Also, I go over a little more on xLights custom models.
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🎄xLights Custom Models – Part 2 (2020)🎄
Thanks for 10k! I show two more ways to create xLights custom models.
David’s Video: https://youtu.be/raI4KYlPdjU
Keith’s Video: https://youtu.be/_BBPS1Kyczw
🎄Custom Modelling in xLights (2020)🎄
I didn’t like the way the star was modelled so I decided to convert it to a custom model and wired it the way I wanted.
🎄I GOT NEW PIXELS!!! 🎄(2020)
The annual pixel order came in and I can build some props! Starting off with some modular matrix panels.
🎄P10 Panel to P5 Panel Conversion (2019)🎄
I noticed problems with the P10 panels at the end of last year and decided to upgrade to P5 panels. Simple swap of the hardware, but the software on the BeagleBone Black gave me some trouble.
🎄Staff of Zarton Redux (2019) 🎄
Well, I finally got around to dealing with this prop that was still hanging around. I changed the design a little.
AWESOME CHROMA-MESH CLEAR Matrix – Prop Build (2018)
Should I start selling this jig? I think it’s pretty awesome! I built it to help me assemble a 512-pixel, ChromaMesh 3″ CLEAR matrix from Boscoyo Studio.
THE STAFF OF ZARTON – Prop Build (2018)
I finally got around to putting the Chroma Poles together I picked up at Christmas Expo and why I gave them a new name.
xLights Value Curves Example (2018)
Happy Father’s Day! This is a short tutorial about a powerful feature in xLights called Value Curves. It extends what you can do with normal effects. I used them a lot last year.
Gil’s original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQ0DJfTV0l4
My online course for RGB Pixel beginners: http://bit.ly/udemy-basics-coupon-16
IT’S A COURSE, OF COURSE! AN ONLINE COURSE (2018)
I’ve been working on an online course for RGB pixels and it’s finally out! Here’s what it’s about and why I did it.
The course is hosted on Udemy. http://bit.ly/udemy-basics-coupon
The course is designed to take someone new to pixels through everything they need to know to get a show up and running. It covers both hardware and software. There’s even a section on sequencing using xLights that even people running shows might want to check out. If you take the course and like it, please leave a good review with a couple of sentences about how it helped you or why you liked it. Reviews really help a new course get noticed. If you see something that needs changing, please let me know that too.