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4 hours ago, adamstillman said:

looks great. question though.. how would this look on a pin2dmd , or pindmd3 display??

i guess it is the next pin2dmd XL colorization after baywatch? so useless for all the normal pin2dmd users :(

I appreciate all the work you guys do but wonder why these get done before the normal dmds? Hopefully we will see a Tales of the Arabian Nights Colorization one day :D

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Just now, nbcrew said:

i guess it is the next pin2dmd XL colorization after baywatch? so useless for all the normal pin2dmd users :(

I appreciate all the work you guys do but wonder why these get done before the normal dmds? Hopefully we will see a Tales of the Arabian Nights Colorization one day :D

Yes, a drawback until someone finds a good routine to resize to the smaller dmd size.
Until then you could make an exception on freezys dll to show the XL-sized DMDs on your Backglass or on your topper screen if you have one in use.
 

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33 minutes ago, nbcrew said:

i guess it is the next pin2dmd XL colorization after baywatch? so useless for all the normal pin2dmd users :(

I appreciate all the work you guys do but wonder why these get done before the normal dmds? 

Funny: I was wondering what you mean by "normal pin2dmd users". Seems like this is depend on the view angle, to me having only real machines and also a MSF, the normal use case to have a device build in the real machine :-)

Br Steve

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6 hours ago, nbcrew said:

i guess it is the next pin2dmd XL colorization after baywatch? so useless for all the normal pin2dmd users :(

I appreciate all the work you guys do but wonder why these get done before the normal dmds? Hopefully we will see a Tales of the Arabian Nights Colorization one day :D

There's only a handful of XL games, they can be enjoyed on a vpin by displaying the XL DMD on the backglass.  I'm doing MSF as a favor to Steve for all the hardwork he put into the Pin2DMD editor. I redid TMNT in "normal dmd" dimensions , despite having a real TMNT cab that can't take advantage of the larger pixel area. So I spent 30+ hours of my life on something that's useless to me for the benefit of others.

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16 hours ago, malenko said:

started ploppin away at this, gonna bug @DJRobX to help with triggers (Im bad at them and prefer to spend my time coloring dots

That works out because I enjoy keyframing way more than coloring dots.  :D  I just wish there were a VPX of this table as it's much easier for me to debug with.    Maybe this will help inspire someone to create it though. :)

The XL ones are really amazing looking.    The Baywatch colorization is gorgeous. 

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You can actually debug using the editor. If you playback a recording when having the project uploaded to the pin2dmd device and "live preview" switched on, it should give you a nice preview.

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2 hours ago, steve45 said:

You can actually debug using the editor. If you playback a recording when having the project uploaded to the pin2dmd device and "live preview" switched on, it should give you a nice preview.

 

can you do this on a PC only with freezys dll, some of us color projects in the comfort of our desktop PC and comfortable chairs an don't have a PIN2DMD dedicated for testing purposes.

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No. The live preview is meant to run on the real device to see real colors and the actual firmware running.

A built-in preview that emulates the firmware is not supported for various reasons.

And the editor is written in Java you cannot just leverage a dll

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18 hours ago, nbcrew said:

i guess it is the next pin2dmd XL colorization after baywatch? so useless for all the normal pin2dmd users :(

I appreciate all the work you guys do but wonder why these get done before the normal dmds? Hopefully we will see a Tales of the Arabian Nights Colorization one day :D

You could always start your own colorization as well? 

These projects are very time consuming and can be a tedious project.  I appreciate all those who are giving of their time to create these wonderful works of art!

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46 minutes ago, cb3 said:

You could always start your own colorization as well? 

These projects are very time consuming and can be a tedious project.  I appreciate all those who are giving of their time to create these wonderful works of art!

There's a great tutorial he can use too!

Here's some more stuff.  None of the colors are set in stone, but Im trying to be more "steam punk" in the palette I use

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very cool... kinda off topic.. but what did everyone think of this movie??  

I thought It was weird, i saw it at a very young age, i remember the eels and saving the birthing fluid from pregnant women... and then the end scene when frankenstein ( not the monster ) dances with his stitched together wife was weird too.  i left the movie with a off feeling.  not for me.

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Ive never seen the flick.

Added to the first post, but heres the download link. 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Eahyhp725Q4iqMN8E8A_1l-6-D7Xic6C

 

There are no triggers so there was no point in exporting for real or vpin yet. Please dont trigger anything yet!

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Looks very promising. I've done some more recording recently, which also includes some of the movie scenes in the left half of the dmd, which wasn't covered so far.

I will cut and upload it tommorow.

Br Steve

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