demmax2004 wrote:tomorrow will try
Carkhass wrote:demmax2004 wrote:AmbiBox works on automatic profiles, but in some situations it fails
I fixed a bug autoprofiles.The Zune Window is detected as "UIX Render Window" and the application path stay blank.
Windows 7 x64 ???
Zune x64 application ????
Win 8 x64, yay.
Yay, Zune seems to be in 64b since he don't appear with the "(32 bits)" ont the task manager. :!:
demmax2004 wrote:Write me to e-mail, I will send version for test.
demmax2004 wrote:Theoretical calculations:
Baud rate with a device 115200 bit/s
RS232 packet (need to to send one byte): 1 start bit + 8 bit data + 1 stop bit = 10 bit
Adalight packet (200 (RGB Led) zones = 200 * 3 (one led) = 600 leds (bytes)):
(4 bytes header + 600 bytes zones data) = 604 bytes ----> 604 RS232 packets = 604 * 10 = 6040 bit.
Theoretical maximum FPS = 115200/6040 = 19
19 FPS - Are theoretical calculations (do not include sending data to SPI LED-Strip).
Really: 14-15 FPS (very slowly, all programs display capture screen FPS = 29 -35)
If the film at 30 frames per second, while Adalight device must show a minimum of 30 FPS.
Maximum comfort LED = 120 (Really FPS = 25-27)
croman wrote:So I am about to try and tackle doing this with a 133" screen. So lets say that I had 250 lights.. would it be possible to treat them in pairs? So instead of having every single light change to have it so pairs change. Thus reducing it to 125 "controlled" lights. Can you do something like that to increase the amount of lights you can control?
Or.. with as big of a screen as I have, am I pretty much just stuck with doing 1 light all the way around the screen that varies due to the avg calculation instead of each individual light?
Chunkers wrote:OK, I re-installed AmbiBox and Playclaw and it is all now working correctly, excellent!
CPU load seems much lower than with Processing and MCE and XBMC run in full screen with no fudges under Windows 7 so I am happy.
I am now going to fabricate a simple frame to attach to the back of my TV and finish things off.
*CAN ANYONE CONFIRM that Ambibox works with Windows Media Center Live TV in fullscreen mode PLEASE*
Pairs must support Adalight device.