MIDI2DMX Module help needed
  • jockety
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    MIDI2DMX Module help needed

    by jockety » Mon Feb 06, 2012 9:51 pm

    Hi Guys,
    Can anyone who is familiar with the midi2dmx module tell me what the "mul value" is please.
    Also, is this module all i need to output to DMX or do i need to also run any other dmx module?
    I have no fixtures at present to test so this information would be very useful. Thanks in advance Jockety
  • jockety
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    Re: MIDI2DMX Module help needed

    by jockety » Tue Feb 14, 2012 9:13 pm

    In case anyone else wants to know the answer, this is the reply i got from support:

    The "mul" means mutiplicator.

    Midi use's a range of value of 128 and DMX use's 256.
    The mul is set to 2 to convert the midi value into DMX value.
    In some case's the midi range could be 64 in this case you can set the mul to 4

    For your information there is also a "mul" In the fixture Module :
    Because the most of the keywords in modul8 need a value from 0 to 1.
    By default the mul is 1 and it mean the full value in DMX will be convert to 1.

    Some keywords (but it's rare) need other range of values, for exemple :
    "ctrl_ui_previewWindowMode" need's a value from 0 to 6
    In this case you can set the mul to 6.

    Thank you Boris. =)
  • matteo giobini
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    Re: MIDI2DMX Module help needed

    by matteo giobini » Sun Feb 19, 2012 5:36 pm

    Hi guys :) I need help :?: i don't understand how to use the module midi2dmx to control LED par with my usb midi controller. :(
    Help me please :wink:
    Jobinski
  • matteo giobini
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    Re: MIDI2DMX Module help needed

    by matteo giobini » Mon Feb 20, 2012 3:00 pm

    .. Is anyone listening? .. urgent :shock:
    Jobinski

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