[RELEASE] Official XBMC boblight Addon - Printable Version
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- Lunatixz - 2012-02-13 19:22
smajor Wrote:It depends on Your resolution. Simply change the boblight percent values to pixels.
I tried that... didn't see a difference.
i'm running at full 1080p so (1920x1080)...
- smajor - 2012-02-13 19:33
Lunatixz Wrote:I tried that... didn't see a difference.
maybe You misunderstood: the config file depend on the resolution, because lightpack calculates with exact pixels rather than percents like boblight
I callculated this in head, but with this many areas You're better of resizin gthem in the program itself with Your mouse
- George - 2012-02-13 20:06
I really like your tool. Could you change the width field (for dimensions) to a three digit number? This way my tv doesn't fit
- smajor - 2012-02-13 20:58
George Wrote:I really like your tool. Could you change the width field (for dimensions) to a three digit number? This way my tv doesn't fit
SEDU-Box and Boblight - XBMCManni - 2012-02-15 16:55
i have a SEDU-Box with 56 channels of mini-DMX LED-Stripes.
With AtmoWin on Win7 x64 this is running, but there is micro-stuttering while playing video.
So i am looking for an alternative solution.
I have read the thread, but i am not sure, if this combination (Win7 x64, SEDU-Box, Boblight-Plugin for XBMC Eden Beta 3, boblightd for Win) will run or not.
Someone running this combination ? If so, can you provide a boblight-config-file ?
Thanks & Regards,
hardware setup - Monkeysweat - 2012-02-15 20:31
I find alot of Q&A on the software side of things, but very little in terms of how to setup the hardware,, I don't have tons of DIY electrical work, but I'm sure I have the skill to throw something together with solder, etc...
does someone have a good guide to build something that works with xbmc & boblight and/or lightpack?
I have tried googling but all i really see are different ways of accomplishing something and not really how to build it.
Links to product websites will help alot too.
I know I'm a noob, but would like to dive in for the high channel count build,,,
secondly, is there a way to duplicate a couple of the light strips so perhaps I can place some behind my front speakers,, I think it would be a pretty wild setup.....
lastly, anyone know a program that may work with sound to produce a light effect that may work better behind the speakers....
- George - 2012-02-16 11:22
I found this to be an excellent how to:
- smajor - 2012-02-16 12:32
George Wrote:I found this to be an excellent how to:
that can handle 100+ channels
- Memphiz - 2012-02-16 12:43
thx - added to the first post...
- phil65 - 2012-02-16 15:04
this is what I soldered together, works perfectly.
just 50 euros for all parts including 2.5m led strips (=150 RGB LEDs).