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Old 09-09-2014, 03:52 PM
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That wouldn't help though, it would just make the keyboard dark for longer.
Oh yeah, I was thinking something different. Have you tried making the tail longer? Or slowing down the lights/sec?
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Old 09-09-2014, 04:10 PM
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Oh yeah, I was thinking something different. Have you tried making the tail longer? Or slowing down the lights/sec?
Yes, I have tried messing with all the lighting effect settings. The closest I've come to recreating the video is by creating multiple lightning effects on duplicate groups, like shaman said.

The only problem is the timing between them has to be perfect or you still end up with a dark spot every so often.
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Default I found the ight files for demos

I managed to find the ight files (the file type for the lighting) that was used at the demos including the rainbow effect pings and so on and so forth.
http://gyazo.com/7d8c3697b9f2b5b6f1ca135a199df04c
But sadly get this prompt http://gyazo.com/82ba9b4ef657ff294109e5da59ddecbb
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Old 09-09-2014, 04:36 PM
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I managed to find the ight files (the file type for the lighting) that was used at the demos including the rainbow effect pings and so on and so forth.
http://gyazo.com/7d8c3697b9f2b5b6f1ca135a199df04c
But sadly get this prompt http://gyazo.com/82ba9b4ef657ff294109e5da59ddecbb
WHY CORSAIR WHY?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
Just open with a notepad or something.
They are all xml files, but none of them seem to be the one for the rainbow example. Just by looking at the colors they are using in those lighting files
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Yes, I have tried messing with all the lighting effect settings. The closest I've come to recreating the video is by creating multiple lightning effects on duplicate groups, like shaman said.

The only problem is the timing between them has to be perfect or you still end up with a dark spot every so often.
Try to use the background lighting to mask the transition.

If the wave pattern consists of 5 different colors, going from left to right, setup the same color pattern for the keyboard background. The wave animation transition will be the background lighting instead of nothing.
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Old 09-09-2014, 05:22 PM
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I've already tried that. It works decently well, but it's far from the demo video.
I don't know why they would demo that if it's barely possible to recreate.
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Uncheck the "End" when editing the Foreground Lighting. It'll go forever.
LINK to my SEAHAWKS wave effect. :D GO HAWKS!
http://https://www.youtube.com/watch...S_EU3Q5qVEupFA
Hey would you mind exporting that and sending it my way?
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Hey would you mind exporting that and sending it my way?
Yes sir one moment.
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Old 09-09-2014, 05:40 PM
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Hey would you mind exporting that and sending it my way?
Here's the link to dropbox.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/51ube2h6p0...Wave.lght?dl=0
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Old 09-09-2014, 05:47 PM
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Thanks, though would you mind exporting the entire profile (prf) rather than the effect (lght) file? I'm having trouble getting mine to operate properly.
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There are a few other Posts that provide Rainbow lighting profiles.
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Thanks, though would you mind exporting the entire profile (prf) rather than the effect (lght) file? I'm having trouble getting mine to operate properly.
Here you go sir

Didnt see the "add attachment" option lol, so heres this.
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File Type: prf Seahawks PULSE.prf (17.5 KB, 246 views)

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Here is my version of the rainbow effect from Linus video.

That is the closest I could get :(
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Here you go sir

Didnt see the "add attachment" option lol, so heres this.
Thanks, I messed around with yours for a bit and then decided to start one from scratch. The theme is red and white, though there may be a little bit too much going on, I am liking it so far.

RedWhite.prf

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Old 09-11-2014, 12:29 AM
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Judging from the the first post, the script feature was missing so it's possible that that feature itself would alleviate creating smooth transitions for LED effects but that's just my wild guess.
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