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    Quote Originally Posted by ekeefe View Post
    Hi colouredmirrorball,

    Thank you for the introduction video.

    I have been thinking of buying a copy of LSX and have been watching different videos trying to get a feel for it.

    Do you know if it will work with the Medialas controller in these photos?

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    Thanks again,

    ED
    Hey Ekeefe,

    I have 5 Medialas DACs consisting of two models made 10 and 4 years ago and they all work great with LSX. You just can't run Mamba / M3 simultaneously when LSX is open.

    David
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    @dkumpula

    Awesome!

    Hoping to hear from drlava so I can get an order started.

    Thanks for your input.

    ED

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    So drlava has disappeared again eh... let's hope he reappears soon!

    Here's part 3...



    Not too happy about it... I had to edit some parts heavily to cover up for my bad explaining skills.
    I've added a more detailed description of .pic and .cat files into the description of the video.

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    Thank you for creating and posting these tutorials, CMB! I wish I had them available when I started with LSX a few months back as they would have saved me a good bit of time.

    -David
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    Hey CMB,

    Thanks for the videos..I'm just starting with the LSX software and I'm sure your tutorials will help greatly..

    Thanks again,
    Mark

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    These sure give you a kickstart with the program, it took me months to figure everything out!

    Finally, some interesting stuff... expressions! This is probably the hardest part of the software to figure out. It requires some practise to master. See if you can copy my results:


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    It gets interesting now...
    Don't let the math scare you away!
    I know this is a long video. You might want to skip the "Bonus" part starting at 9:05, which is just the effect I tried to explain here: http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...348#post223348


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    Part 6 is up!



    I finished recording all the parts, so expect the rest to be uploaded by the end of the week. Editing is hard work and the lessons started again.

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    CMB,

    Thank you for your videos. I've had LSX for a while now and have not projected a single photon yet, your video series will really help get going!

    vriendelijke groeten,
    Jason

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    agreed, you are doing a really great job with these. thank you for the time and effort you're expending on this.

    jason,

    a lot of us LSX users hang out in the photonlexicon irc chat room. feel free to drop in at anytime and pester us with questions.

    Quote Originally Posted by JasonB View Post
    CMB,

    Thank you for your videos. I've had LSX for a while now and have not projected a single photon yet, your video series will really help get going!

    vriendelijke groeten,
    Jason
    suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.

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