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Cuelux / Re: MIDI Feedback and Programming
« Last post by djlucky on August 13, 2020, 05:09:15 PM »
tried, but "inverted control" not working for grand master

it would be great to implement globals and tempo feedback
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Cuelux / Re: MIDI Feedback and Programming
« Last post by Bootsy van der Zande on August 13, 2020, 09:59:01 AM »
Hi,

I had a look, but I could not find any feedback for the Globals. So I don't think it is implemented. I can add it to the wishlist.
Same goes for tempo tap feedback.

Regarding your last question, you could try to invert the midi task in the midimap. So originally it would be something like this:
In <actionlist label="feedback" source="System">:
Code: [Select]
        <action>
          <trigger type="Unsigned" specifier="Change">Grand Master</trigger>
          <tasks>
            <task type="Midi" function ="Control">
              <argument type="Midi Address">Channel 0 - Message 11 - Index 9</argument>
            </task>
          </tasks>
        </action>

You can change the Control to Inverted Control like this:
Code: [Select]
        <action>
          <trigger type="Unsigned" specifier="Change">Grand Master</trigger>
          <tasks>
            <task type="Midi" function ="Inverted Control">
              <argument type="Midi Address">Channel 0 - Message 11 - Index 9</argument>
            </task>
          </tasks>
        </action>

I haven't tested it yet, but it could work.

Greetings,
Bootsy
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Kiosc / Re: Communication problem between lpu-2 and kiosc
« Last post by Bootsy van der Zande on August 13, 2020, 09:38:02 AM »
Hi,

The LPU-2 never shows in Kiosc. You set an OSC target in Kiosc, using the IP of the LPU-2. This way you communicate with the LPU-2. So no need to select it as a remote or something.

You can browse to the IP of the LPU-2 in your web browser, there is a Monitor page there. If you open that, you can select OSC. Now when you press a button on Kiosc, the message should show up there. If it doesn't, you will have to check all network settings, and the OSC target in Kiosc.

If you still need help after this, please post the IP addresses of your devices here so I can check they are all in the same range.

Greetings,
Bootsy
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Kiosc / Re: Communication problem between lpu-2 and kiosc
« Last post by Omernissim87 on August 12, 2020, 08:05:21 PM »
i figure it out with the kiosc editor but i still have the problem to connect the lpu-2 to the kiosc....i did what you write me before,but still i cant see the device in the kiosc...i see it only in the cuety.
i am missing here something,
you have a solution for me :-\

thank you very much
 ;D
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Kiosc / Re: Communication problem between lpu-2 and kiosc
« Last post by Omernissim87 on August 12, 2020, 06:30:12 PM »
never mind i found it
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Kiosc / Re: Communication problem between lpu-2 and kiosc
« Last post by Omernissim87 on August 12, 2020, 06:17:51 PM »
can you send me the link of these manual i cant find it

thank you
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Cuelux / Re: MIDI Feedback and Programming
« Last post by djlucky on August 12, 2020, 05:29:00 PM »
Hi,
i have a questions about midi feedback:
does it have feedback for global strobe,blinder,fog?
can be made led feedback for tempo tap?

an a special question for feedback for grand master but in inverse direction, lit when is down-off
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Kiosc / Re: Communication problem between lpu-2 and kiosc
« Last post by Bootsy van der Zande on August 12, 2020, 04:55:41 PM »
Hi,

To control the LPU-2 with Kiosc, you will have to make a layout using Kiosc Editor. For this, you will need the API commands for the LPU-2. These are all in the manual, starting from page 43. (Appendix A) You can find the manuals here.
I recommend using OSC.

To control a button in Cuety, you can simply drag in the button in Kiosc Editor. You will have to enter the right OSC tag:
/pb01/bu

The button's behaviour needs to be set to type Bool. This will control playback button 1. for others, simply change the "01" part to a different number between 01 and 64.

For a fader to control intensity, drag in a fader and give it the OSC tag:
/pb01/in

The fader's behaviour should be set to type Float. The min/max value should be 0 and 1. This should be the default values for the fader in Kiosc Editor anyway.

Now you will have to connect Kiosc to Kiosc Editor. Make sure you have both devices connected to the same network. (Using Kiosc Editor and Kiosc on the same Windows PC will not work unfortunately, this is because of limitations of the Microsoft Store...)
In Kiosc, in Remote, you should be able to select the Kiosc Editor running on the IP of your computer. Before you close the menu, there is one more thing you need to do. You will have to enter the OSC target in Kiosc. Open the OSC menu on the left, and add a target. The IP should be either the IP of your LPU-2, or a broadcast IP. Make sure you add the port after the IP address. It will look something like one of these:
192.168.1.10:8000 (Normal default IP of the LPU-2)
255.255.255.255:8000 (Broadcast IP)

The port for OSC is always 8000 on the LPU-2. (For UDP and TCP it is 7000) Close the menu and test your setup!

Once you have everything as you want it, you can save the showfile to your device running Kiosc. Simply switch from Remote to File mode in the menu, press File and press the save icon. Now if you select the showfile that appeared, the show is loaded on your device and is ready for use.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask!

Greetings,
Bootsy

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Kiosc / Communication problem between lpu-2 and kiosc
« Last post by Omernissim87 on August 12, 2020, 03:41:34 PM »
I have a problem...
I can see the device in the cuety remote but i canít see it on the kiosc🤔
What i am missing here???

Thank you
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I have received the backup file you sent, so far I don't see anything out of the ordinary. But all of the messages are UDP I see, you mentioned that the issues were with receiving TCP right?

Thank you for the info on the LED. I do have a follow up question on that... Normally the LED does a slow pulsing of either white (=static IP) or red (=DHCP). I'm curious, when this lock up happens... Does the LED still pulse smoothly, or does it go in steps? The LED pulsing is directly controlled by the CPU, so when something is going wrong in the device the LED might tell us if the CPU is (too) busy or not.

Regarding the customer with the CueCore2 you mentioned, how and what are they sending over TCP? How many messages are there being send, what kind of time interval, is the network shared with other devices?

Thank you for the info.

Greetings,
Bootsy
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