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Hello, I am having an issue I have seen posted here but with no concrete answers. I am having to constantly switch the Virtuoso headset back to 2 Channel, 24 bit, 48000 Hz format in Windows as the 8 Channel format does not work well with games that require stereo audio like Hunt: Showdown. Not sure why it resets as it did halfway through a game once. Auto Audio Re-positioning is OFF. I have updated Windows, iCue and firmware. I have uninstalled iCue and drivers and reinstalled the drivers Windows automatically installs. This actually fixes the issue as the headset sounds and functions fine without iCue and no pesky 8 channel format. But I need iCue for fan and RBG control. As soon as it is installed it redownloads the drivers and the 8 channel mode pops up. Any ideas?? Thanks!
I've been trying to make a re-entry into the Profile Space and have run into a roadblock when it comes to the color values stored in HEX. When I Look at the color values stored they are usually in this format #__,__,__,__ or FF000000 Basically all other storage methods for HEX color values are 6 Digit. #__,__,__ when I adjust a color in CUE and save out I get these results #FF,FF,00,00 for red=255 green=0 blue=0 #FF,00,FF,00 for red=0 breen=255 blue=0 #FF,00,00,FF for red=0 Green=0 blue=255 This leads me to believe that the first two digits are some sort of Alpha or brightness value. However when I adjust for this I find that the colors that are output to the keyboard are not the colors that I expect. Does anyone know the format used to store the color values or the data structure? I've spent the better part of 2 days trying to find the appropriate format by trial and error, however I can't seem to get it. Any help would be appreciated. This would be of course to make some sweet new profiles that really wouldn't be possible CUE side, and must be done in the files themselves. Best wishes. Auto