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  1. @jackstone Does a generic DMX driver exist that I can program for more advanced lights? Is there a data table I could fill out to patch and program features? For example, I have a couple moving head lights from my touring days sitting around. This fixture is 24 channels, with features (pan/tilt, dimmer, effects wheel, color wheels, etc) between ranges of DMX values. I also have some new pixel addressable LED strips that I'd like to bring in. It has a standalone controller with a show already programmed on it's microSD. To trigger the show, I need to send DMX to a certain channel and select the show by sending a certain value, programmed in it's software. I can hit it from my small light controller, but I'd be really cool if I could trigger the show directly from C4 with the rest of the LEDs. TL;DR: Looking for a generic DMX driver not locked to 4 channels; I have light toys with more channels I'd like to play with. Links for reference: Moving Head Light (pages A-9 / A-16): https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/6591549/studio-spot-575-user-manual-high-end-systems SPI LED Controller: https://ledstripstudio.com/shop/product/spi/
  2. I'm using the C4-LU642D Matrix, which has the Digital-ins and down-mix. I've paired the Sonos Audio Channel with the EA-3 On-Screen Nav. Video input.
  3. Hey All. About the install: I've installed an EA-3, 6x6 4K Control4 Matrix, and an Episode Amp in a client's home. He has two outside TVs, side by side, with a separate DirecTV box for each TV, as well as 2 KEF speakers per TV. There is also a Sonos in the zone. In Composer, I've broken down the area into independent rooms, per TV. Ideally, both zones will be able to play Sonos as the default audio zone, concurrently. There are no issues with Video showing up where it is supposed to, only audio. The "right tv" room works as designed, and has no issue switching audio or video. My issue appears to be only with the "left tv" room. The Issue: From a "Room Off," if Sonos starts playing, C4 is supposed to set Sonos as the Audio Selection in both rooms, however, only the "right TV" gets audio, despite "left tv" remote showing that Sonos is the currently selected source. I can trick C4 into putting Sonos to both rooms, but it takes a lot of changing inputs back and forth to get it to do what the simple programming tells it to. If "right tv" has "right cable" selected as the video source, there is no issue. Both video and audio present as expected. However, if "left tv" has "left cable" selected, it almost always starts audio on the "right tv" speakers. Once "right tv" room is on, then and only then will "left tv" start presenting audio, sometimes. I guess what I'm asking is: How can I force the Matrix to send the correct audio channels to the appropriate TV? I've quadruple checked my connections, and everything is correct, there just seems to be a hiccup with the initial audio streams. Any input is greatly appreciated and I appreciate the time you took to read this. Thank you.
  4. Following. I'm curious to know the answer and how this will work. For now, I am stuck. I have a DS-7616NI-VP, but it's latest firmware doesn't support SDDP, so for now, I'm stuck. If anyone has any advice, I'm all ears. Thanks.
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