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    you got it wrong gabriel, i actually had to report a case to bill about 4 weeks ago.. someone filled in a request for cracking livepro.
    Action was taken though, but just saying ...

    And in fact an old version of mamba was cracked and resold by the chinese.

    Also the infamous frame stealing is what it wants to prevent.

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    DRM never works. Software DRM never works. Hardware DRM never works. (It usually embarrasses the company that tries it - look at the Playstation 3, for instance). Yes, protection bullshit can make it harder for people to use software without paying up. No, it cannot do it perfectly. And it always gets in the way - real, paying customers are inevitably inconvenienced by attempts to lock down software. I don't know why people bother.

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    well that doesn't mean you shouldn't do it.. the thing is making it harder to acchieve is what they want.

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    What i like is the small Fiesta.net OEM.

    Its a small board and it runs on 12v dc, perfect to build in a projector.

    Te qm.net is a pain in the ass to build in. You have to drill out some holes in the qm.net before you can mount it

    http://http://www.showtacle.com/Downloads/Fiesta.NET%20OEM.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by gabrielefx View Post
    I think that there is no interest to crack a software for laser projectors.

    If a professional laser projector cost less probably there would be software piracy

    This is a creative niche sector. If you got money for the projectors the software is the lower cost.
    There's plenty of incentive to crack software when you can pick up an ILDA laser projector for as little as a hundred pounds on ebay. Ok its probably not up to much, but a non professional at the bedroom DJ level, isn't going to care and if someone pays 100 for a projector are they going to pay 5K for the top software package? No. They'll do what numerous people have done in the past with expensive software and that is crack it. Its far harder to crack it when its tied to a proprietary hardware device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mccarrot View Post
    What i like is the small Fiesta.net OEM.

    Its a small board and it runs on 12v dc, perfect to build in a projector.

    Te qm.net is a pain in the ass to build in. You have to drill out some holes in the qm.net before you can mount it

    http://http://www.showtacle.com/Downloads/Fiesta.NET%20OEM.pdf
    Well I think the Fb3.net is nearer to the Fiesta.net and we haven't seen that yet so again I think its wait and see Maurice as we simply don't know how big it is yet. At the moment we're comparing two differing products, one of which was designed some time ago.

    Yet again I would say though, if you have a wish list for QM improvements, contact Pangolin. Although Beyond is still very much under development and more in bug hunting than feature development mode, I'm sure Pangolin would be receptive to your suggestions on both the midi and QM.net fronts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by White-Light View Post
    I think you'll probably find that nothing works on the Fiesta.net other than Fiesta. I could be wrong, but I'd be surprised if that was the case.
    Actually, LSX works with fiesta.net hardware

    Also, Gabriele, nice list. there are many things on that list that LSX can do as well that aren't marked, I guess it stands up pretty well to the best of 'em.

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    I hate to be that person to bring this up again, but i have made my first pre programmed lasershow using fiesta and would like to show you all.

    It was a quick show i put together, nothing brilliant, i was trying to play around with some features in the software.

    Once the show is done, i gave a very "dumb" and brief description to my subscribers (who are laser illerate ) so ignore that part.

    And one more thing, this is my first "real" show.

    Thanks!


    Last edited by gabe; 10-11-2011 at 20:03.
    1st place ILDA 2013 awards "Multiscanner show"
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    great!

    I should study Fiesta in the deep...

    Now we want to see your real laser show.

    Regards

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    Real? like whith real projectors, or one that i spend alot of time with?
    with real projectors, i cant do, i'm a broke student trying to build one rgb projector, at 300mw,

    Thats why i seem to like fiesta so much, i can use all features for free
    1st place ILDA 2013 awards "Multiscanner show"
    1st place ILDA 2014 awards "Multiscanner show"
    https://www.youtube.com/user/BronyBeamshows
    My start to the laser world
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