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'''This applies to Windows 7 and MXWendler version 4.2 and above'''
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This applies to Windows 7 and MXWendler version 4.2 and above
  
''Problem:''
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'''Problem'''
: if you use e:cue programmer 5.2 ( and possibly other versions ) to send dmx data to MXWendler,some values drop to 0.0 every two seconds, or stay at 0.0 for two second and jump to the desired value for a short time
 
  
''Reason:''
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If you use e:cue programmer 5.2 ( and possibly other versions ) to send dmx data to MXWendler, some values drop to 0.0 every two seconds, or stay at 0.0 for two seconds and jump to the desired value for a short time.
: e:cue sends wrong values
 
  
''Solution/Workaround:''
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'''Reason'''
: e:cue supports sending up to 4 universes.
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: if you use different universes, the problem appears, if you use the same universe 4 times the problem disappeares.
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e:cue sends wrong values.
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'''Solution/Workaround'''
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e:cue supports sending up to 4 universes. <br>
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If you use different universes, the problem appears, if you use the same universe 4 times the problem disappears.

Latest revision as of 14:25, 1 October 2019

This applies to Windows 7 and MXWendler version 4.2 and above

Problem

If you use e:cue programmer 5.2 ( and possibly other versions ) to send dmx data to MXWendler, some values drop to 0.0 every two seconds, or stay at 0.0 for two seconds and jump to the desired value for a short time.

Reason

e:cue sends wrong values.

Solution/Workaround

e:cue supports sending up to 4 universes.
If you use different universes, the problem appears, if you use the same universe 4 times the problem disappears.