Hue IPCB Fader

JFurmanekJFurmanek Registered User
I've been trying to set up a couple of color mixing faders by isolating hue and saturation to IPCB faders. Saturation works just fine, but Hue is starting at 360 and not traveling through the range until brought up to full and then runs through while it's being brought back down. Rinse, repeat. Is there a way to configure it to run in BOTH directions?

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  • cmuenchowcmuenchow Registered User, Administrator, HES Staff
    edited August 2011
    Jason,

    How have you setup your show? Did you enable "separate parameters" for color? That should help you program HUE and SATURATION independently.

    I assume you are trying to use an IPCB fader for Saturation and an IPCB fader for HUE?
  • ChrisTallChrisTall Registered User, DL Beta
    edited August 2011
    Jason,

    Try changing the default for that parameter to 0 degrees.
    Then record the cue at 360 degrees (or maybe 359).
  • JFurmanekJFurmanek Registered User
    edited August 2011
    Chris- In the fixture editor it only gives me RGB and CMY values, nothing for HSI.
    For reference, the fixtures I'm working with are Opti Tri 30's by Elation.

    Chow- You are correct, I am trying to create ICBP faders for the Hue and Saturation. Separating them wasn't so hard, I just knocked out the other attribute.

    I think Chris is on the right path with the default values, they're just not available in this profile.
  • ChrisTallChrisTall Registered User, DL Beta
    edited August 2011
    Yes, I was trying to treat this as I do a Zoom fader.

    What level did you record in your cue?
    I'm now thinking you could try reversing it and record 0 degrees.
  • JFurmanekJFurmanek Registered User
    edited August 2011
    I recorded the cue at 359. I'll try it later, but I think if I set the end point as zero I'll never get out of red.

    Also while we're on it; I recorded a list full of intensity parameters: i.e. full, pulse, wave, alt, etc... Full is the only one with hard values in it, the rest are effects generated based on that first cue. Now I was playing with the fader the other day and it faded in the effect levels, which I thought was cool and handy. I think it was doing that as part of a bug (H3PC) because I can't repeat that behavior. Now it only controls intensity (I've tried Manual, ICPB and I Fade) in all the patterns.
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