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  1. Pin2DMD Jumbled on Super Mario Mushroom World

    If they are working both in your streetfighter it is not a firmware issue. Seems like a problem with your Gottlieb DMD controller. Is there another ROM version available for the Gottlieb display controller you could try ?
  2. PIN2DMD EVO128x32 Controller Board

    Right click on the RAW button and select "Save link as" USB DFU mode or ST-Link
  3. Pin2DMD Jumbled on Super Mario Mushroom World

    Looks like a power issue. Where do you get the power for the display from ? Make sure you have clean 5V oder better a little below 5V (4.7 to 5V) to power the pin2dmd hardware.
  4. https://bintray.com/sker65/pin2dmd/Editor2#files
  5. Pin2Dmd Editor

    Keyframes only trigger when there is a change in the image. There is no retriggering during the same image beeing displayed. You can see whether there is a change or not when looking at the blue led of the controller.
  6. Pin2Dmd Editor

    Simple answer is that it always looks for keyframes. A keyframe always has to be unique.
  7. PIN2DMD EVO128x32 Controller Board

    No time to remove the panels to make a picture but you can have a look at the eagle files. There are solder pads on the other side. I don´t see a big advantage in throughholes for this.
  8. I uploaded the Eagle files and BOM list of the new PIN2DMD EVO128x32 controller board to my github account here https://github.com/lucky01/PIN2DMD/tree/master/hardware/EVO128x32 Technically it is based on the schematics of the Nucleo 429ZI board, the V4 shield and the XL4015 DC-DC converter but all on a single PCB which also is used as a mounting plate for the LED panels. I designed it for my private use and ordered a test run from a chinese manufacturer called pcbway. They offer turnkey manufacturing which means that they also source the parts and fully assembles the pcbs. Including tax and shipping it cost me 700 Euro which is 70 Euro for each pcb and almost the same price as the parts needed for the V4 shield, the Nucleo board and the acrylic frame. It can use 12V or 5V as a a power source. The eagle files are free to use for everyone who wants to organize a group buy or sell them in a shop because I still don´t sell any hardware. Here are some pictures of my testboard.
  9. Pin2Dmd Order thread

    http://www.pin2dmd.com A external 5V / 5A power supply is mandantory. If it is for VPIN you can use your PCs supply. That is what I do. For real pins you can also use 12V / 2A with a DC-DC converter (not installed on the vpin version) DON´T use usb to power the panels
  10. pin2dmd brithness bug

    You can use the history button when you select a file to get older versions https://github.com/lucky01/PIN2DMD/commits/master/firmware/latest/V3 STM32F4 DISCOVERY/PIN2DMD.bin
  11. Star Wars

    For the SD card you need the real pinball export of the project which is pin2dmd.pal and pin2dmd.fsq . You need to ask cb3 for this.
  12. Pin2Dmd Editor

    Then it would be helpful to know where this place is (scene or better frame)
  13. pin2dmd brithness bug

    Check the connection from the controller to the panel. OE is PIN15 on the HUB75 connector.
  14. Pin2Dmd Editor

    I don´t think that the problem is caused by a resource problem because from what I can read from your description it seems to blank out in different moments. If t would blank out always in the same scene would be an indicator for resource problems. Where do you get your 5V for the panel from ?
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