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Old 11-27-2018, 10:49 AM
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Default Any way to have spiral rainbow effect but only 2 colors?

trying to create an effect on my h115i pump/fans where 2 colors are chasing each other in perpetual clockwise (kinda like visor but that does clockwise and then immediately counterclockwise). effect would look like spiral rainbow, except just 2 colors instead of full rgb. been messing with icue for the last 2 hours and can't find a setting that can do this, if anyone has any ideas please shout out!
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Old 11-27-2018, 11:09 AM
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Have you looked at either Wave or Ripple under Custom effects?
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Old 11-27-2018, 01:29 PM
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Have you looked at either Wave or Ripple under Custom effects?
i've tried those, but they always seem to have finish with darkening the leds at the end of every cycle (1 second cycles for instance always has a split second where everything is shut off). how do we get it continuous?
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Old 11-27-2018, 02:17 PM
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It's a matter of playing with the velocity, the LEDs/second and the tail.
For example, I have a channel with 4 LL fans (16 LEDs).
I set a Velocity of 16 lights/sec (1 sec/fan) and a Lighting Time of 4 seconds. As soon as one round is done, the other starts.
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I think you can learn from this: https://alex.krastev.org/users/profiles/309/profile
Select Sunset spiral once you import the pack.
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I think you can learn from this: https://alex.krastev.org/users/profiles/309/profile
Select Sunset spiral once you import the pack.
where do i import the file into?
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Can achieve this using the 'Arc' Preset effect and a Static Colour behind it.
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Go to iCue. At the top of the profiles listing, click the hamburger menu. Look for an icon with 2 arrows. It'll have a tooltip of "Import/Export". Click that. Select the profile to import at the bottom.
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Can achieve this using the 'Arc' Preset effect and a Static Colour behind it.
this is EXACTLY what i was looking for!!!! thank you!
thanks to devbiker and krazykid as well!
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