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This tutorial is relative old and instead of deleting it then it will remain on the wiki so methods or issues which are not covered in other tutorials still will be available. This tutorial is the second part in a series I am proposing to do on the Fixture Creator in FreeStyler.
This is quite an advanced tutorial as the fixture has multiple modes each with differing number of channels.
Multi RGB element fixtures (LED Bars) along with lasers seem to give the majority of people real problems when trying to create a fixture for them.
The main reason I see for this problem is because they can have a lot of channels, have lots of different operating mode with differing number of channels per mode and when in the higher channel modes a lot of RGB elements, and you cannot find where to place certain channels. Another reason is that the current Fixture Creator only supports 1 RGB element so creating a fixture with multiple RGB elements would be a real problem. I am not saying this is the best or the easiest way but it is a way that works and hopefully you will understand how it works. I will include in this tutorial, the finished fixture(s), the fixture manual pdf and the complete tutorial as a pdf so you can all follow along easily. I do not physically have this fixture so it is untested, it may not cover every aspect of the fixtures capabilities but hopefully it will cover the most used. This tutorial does not show you how to create the fixture for use in 3D Magic Easy View, to do that you need to run the ScanLibrary program, it is not the same as Fixture Creator but the same method would need to be performed as shown for the Fixture Creator.
The American DJ Mega Bar LED specification and a link to download the manual can be found from the following link. The American DJ Mega Bar LED has 6 DMX controlled modes of operation with channels of 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 11. You now are in the Fixture Creator program and on the main part of the program the “Fixture config” tab as can be seen in the image below. I would always recommend putting in the proper manufacturer name such as “American DJ” rather than a shortened version such as “ADJ”.
If you are creating “custom” fixtures you could always call the manufacturer a unique name that means something to you.
Name, as we are going to create a few differing versions of this fixture we need to ensure that they are unique and meaningful. For the fixture we are creating now I think we can call it Mega Bar LED 3ch so enter that in the Fixture name input field. I have only used a part of the image for the Mega Bar LED as it makes it easier here and in FreeStyler. As you can see I have filled in some basic comments in the comment field as well, this is optional but would recommend use it to put anything you want people to know about this fixture. Lets carry on, as I mentioned we are doing what I call the simplest fixture for all the modes that the Mega Bar LED has and this is the 3 channel fixture.
Yep you guessed it we need to enter 3 in the Total channels input box as can be seen in the image below.
OK so now our fixture knows how many channels, so how do we tell it what channels control what? As you can see the fields have now changed to Red Channel, Green Channel and Blue Channel which is what our fixture is. As this fixture is 3 channel and the manual tells us that the red is on 1 and green is on 2 on blue is on 3 we need to put those numbers in those fields.
The default name of Mega Bar LED 3ch.fxt will be the file name, taken from the Fixture name we entered at the beginning of this tutorial.
I always add the manufacturers name to the front of this as can be seen in the above image. Exported fixtures are the ones you would upload to the FreeStyler Support Forum or transfer onto another computer for FreeStyler to use. The filename has the same filename as what was entered for the normal save, so you can just press the Save button and that is our fixture exported and you can now exit from the Fixture Creator program and start FreeStyler and add the number of these 3 channel fixtures you want to control. This fixture is created exactly the same way as the 3 channel fixture but has a overall dimmer attached to it. Open Fixture Creator and fill in all the information as per the 3 channel fixture described above. Obviously the Fixture name will be Mega Bar LED 4ch and any comments need to be changed as well and the Total channels will have to be changed to 4. In FreeStyler it is called the Intensity channel and can be found near enough slap bang in the middle of the Fixture Creator on the “Fixture config.” tab. Our dimmer is on channel 4 so we would enter the number 4 in the input box to the right of the Intensity channel text and the manual states that the dimmer has values of 0 to 255 they need to be entered in the min and max fields respectively. Caution if you opened up the 3 channel version of this fixture to work on then do a Save As and adjust the filename accordingly otherwise you will overwrite the existing 3 channel fixture.
We are now going to create the 11 channel version of the American DJ Mega Bar LED, so how are we going to do this as the Fixture Creator only allows 1 RGB element and the American DJ Mega Bar LED has 3 of these RGB elements. Well the simple answer is you cannot do it but what would be the point of this tutorial if you cannot do it.
What you have to do is to not think of it as one fixture but in this case as 4 fixtures, 3 fixtures for the RGB elements and 1 fixture for the control part (strobe and dimmer). Now strangely enough did we not create a 3 channel RGB fixture in the first part of this tutorial? Start the Fixture Creator program and click the “Other” button as you did in the previous tutorials. I have filled out all the information for this part of the fixture as can be seen in the image above.
Open the American DJ folder in the panel to the left and click the MEGA BAR LED 3CH fixture and then click the Add fixture button as shown. Now remember for 11 channel mode of the American DJ Mega Bar LED fixture we have 3 x RGB elements per 1 real fixture so we set the number of fixtures to add to 3 and then press the Add button. We now need to patch the control channels for this 1 real fixture so select the MEGA BAR LED 11CH fixture in the panel on the left and press the Add fixture button as before.
As we only need 1 control fixture per real fixture we change the number of fixtures to add to 1 and then press the Add button.
As you can see from the image above I have gone ahead and patched fixtures to allow for 4 x real fixtures. Back on the FreeStyler main layout you should have something like this if you have followed along. I would recommend going to Edit and Move fixtures and arrange them like the following layout. Both are as good as each other, but I am going to using option 2 just to show that you can use “labelled” things for other things other than what it says.
Along these lines it is something I have mentioned that we would like to be able to change these “fixed” labels and also the control panel being used should display its new label so you definitely identify the control. Open Fixture Creator and click the “Other” button as before in this tutorial and fill in the Manufacturer, Fixture name, get the picture and add comments as instructed before. Now we have to enter all the values from channel 1 of the manual for the 2 channel fixture, phew that is going to take a bit of time.
Click Options and then Auto generate values and you should see the following dialogue box appear. Enter the numbers shown and press the “Generate” button and as if by magic, Raph’s clever programming, the DMX values have all been filled in. Now you have seen what is does have a play with the numbers so you get an idea of what it is doing. I am a bit of a fuss pot over certain things and I like my “off”s to be at zero, assuming off can be zero, so I would change the first row 7 to a 0.

Next to the numbers are a couple of spaces, these contain an icon and the icon name respectively. As you can see from the two images above I have added all the icons for each of the values. We now save the fixture and export it, please see the earlier parts of the tutorial for information on how to do this.
Exit Fixture Creator and you can now start FreeStyler and patch your fixture into it and start using it. Here you can see the “Iris” panel and the “Colours” panel open for the 2 channel American DJ Mega Bar LED.
Here I have put channel 1 as the Shutter channel and have just entered the value for open as 1, it will still be off, and closed as 0, which is off.
Click on the “Channel description” tab and make changes so it is the same as the image above.
No need to look at the “Macros” tab as nothing has been defined and none need to be defined.
Change the 2 in the “File name:” to a 7 as I have done in the above image, then click the “Save” button. The file name should be OK as we have just saved it and it should be using that name, so just click the “Save” button. For the 11 channel fixture you could create 3 seperate RGB fixtures and name them with “left”, “centre” and “right” in the name and then using a picture program cut out the left, centre and right parts of the fixture and then use them in fixture creator as needed. I hope it has given an insight into how to create multi element RGB fixtures and how to patch them for use in FreeStyler. This tutorial is going to use the “Par Can, dimmer,…” option, when you first start the Fixture Creator, but I will be going into other options of the Fixture Creator because of the limitations of this option. I will go through setting up various types of fixtures using this option such as a Par Can, a Dimmer Pack and a Switch Pack. Now you are on the “Fixture config.” tab, and you can see it only has a few fields that you can fill in, because lets be honest what can you do with a Par Can ?
Manufacturer - This field hold the manufacturer of the fixture you are creating, please use the manufacturers full name for example American DJ rather than ADJ. Comment Box - Use this text box to add any relevant comments, I normally put the full manufacturer, fixture name, mode, no. The Locate field is used to set a value for this channel to be sent to the fixture when you are in FreeStyler and you right click on the fixture and the select Locate selected fixtures, this makes it easier to identify where in the real world they are “located”. Well that is all we have to do and is all we can do with this fixture, so now we save the fixture.
The Save dialogue appearsThe file name with the Generic part has already been filled in because that is the file name we used when we just saved the fixture.
That is it, we have just created a fixture for a 1 channel Par Can and you have learnt about some of the fields, tabs and options you can use in the Fixture Creator. If you wanted to you could create a fixture for multiple numbers of Par Cans by changing the number in the Total channels field and the Description, Locate and Default values fields on the Channel description tab, but there are problems with doing it this way, see Limitations and work arounds below. A dimmer pack is device that allows you to control the intensity level on a fixture that does not have a built in dimmer. So to create a 1 channel dimmer pack you would do exactly the same as explained above for the Par Can. To create a multi-channel dimmer pack you would just increase the number of channels in the Total channels field, and the Description, Locate and Default values for each channel on the Channel Description tab. There are problems in doing things this way and I will explain in the section titled Limitations and work arounds that follows later in this tutorial. This sort of fixture is not really suitable to be created by the Parcan, dimmer,… option of the Fixture Creator, but it can be done, just in the same way as described above for a Par Can or a dimmer pack, but you would need to ensure that the values used would be only 0 or 255 to trigger the switch. As you can see this is a bit of a problem and you would really want something to ensure you hit those values everytime and easily.
As mentioned above there are problems in creating multi channel versions of Par Cans or Dimmer Packs. Multi-channel Par Cans and Dimmer Packs will not actually have available the “Lamp” panel in FreeStyler. Possibly the most sensible way would be to patch a single channel fixture profile for each of the fixtures that are connected to the dimmer pack channels rather than a multi-channel fixtures, but that does depend on your screen “real-estate” and how many fixtures you are trying to control. Switch Packs, the best way to create these would be to use the “Other fixture type as seen below. Enter a Manufacturer, Fixture Name, Total channels to 1, set the Shutter channel to 1 with values of 0 for Off and 255 for On. On the Macros tab I have created two macros, one for Off and one for On as alternate method to control the switch. Again if you are using a multi-channel switch I would patch single channel switches for each of the channels on the multi-channel switch, to give you more flexabilty of control. Druing birthday and big holidays like Christmas and Halloween, taking photos retain the happiest moment forever. Far more than a simple photo slideshow maker, Video Editor allows you to edit video clips, photos and music files, and create photo slideshows and PIP clips in only a few clicks. All the necessary components of Slideshow makers are present – transitions, fragment duration, an opportunity to select audio file from your computer as a background. Movie Maker is a product of Microsoft, and most of us are aware about this software as it comes in-built with many versions of Windows.
Dimmer is a quit simple fixture to create but depending on the applications there are more ways to create the fixture and get the optimal performance.
This fixtures can be made in many ways but either a single channel where more fixtures are to be used combined to get the whole dimmer pack or a simple fader control where only a number of sliders are available.
When the Fixture Creator is opened in Dimmer mode only 1 channel has to be entered and Fixture Creator automatically generate a “Lamp” control with “Open, Closed and Intensity fader.
The Intensity is necessary for Freestyler so it can be incluted in “Master Intensity” and other functions like DMX400 also use the intensity channel.
Additional Macro are available which gives the possibility to add icons with pre defined values. Note: Before making this fixture then have a look in “PAR64” or the “PARCAN” library there are all ready created fixtures and they are generic.
Note: if you look at the Total channel you see in the example there is only a Total cahnnel of 1 you can also add more channels to 1 Fixture, But there is a BUT! With freestyler its only possible to Controll 1 intensitie channel the First one, so this means if you add more channels to one fixture you can only use 1 Intensitie channel with the Externel Controll and If you use the FX it wil only use the First intensitie channel. But with the Submaster this will works prefect, if you make a Intensite Sequence with more Intensitie channels it will work prefect with the Intensitie slider next to a Submaster.
It may look like a minor thing to enter the Channel description and the default and locate value but this is what makes the fixture proff. 4 single channel controls are added in FreeStyler and it is possible to control 4 par cans lines. Here 3 par cans are parallel on each line so when one channel is “on” then all 3 par cans are “on”. The benefit is that there are still only the 4 fixture in FreeStyler but the dimmer pack can be placed next to the par cans so long power cables and a cable puzzle can be avoided. Please leave a comment and tell me which NEW bareMinerals  READY™ Eyeshadows you have purchased! I intend to do a tutorial for each type of profile available when you first start the Fixture Creator. I am not going to talk about lasers in this tutorial only multi RGB element fixtures and specifically the American DJ Mega Bar LED.

If it does not cover what you want then you can have a look at the fixtures in Fixture Creator and try and add that functionality yourself. Look to the right of the tick box we have just ticked and you can see another tick box and it is labelled RGB values lets tick that and see what happens.
I have already navigated to a folder that I created called “FreeStyler Exports”, this folder is located in “My Documents” folder and not inside the “FreeStyler” folder. Yes we did, so now all we have to do is create the control part of this fixture the bit that controls the strobe and the dimmer. It will work as described and your addressing will be correct if using teh auto-address feature. Notice that the control element has the dimmer %age vale on it so it makes it easier to identify. For example in the above we are going to use the “Iris” channel to get the slider, now the panel has a picture of an Iris on it panel and even if I change the channel description to “SpeedSound” it does not appear on the panel.
Luckily in a recent version there was added an Auto generate values option which can fill out this information for us.
Now this is the first time I have actually used this dialogue so I had a little play around before I settled on the values I used.
So now we have to do is find a relevant icon from the list to right for each of these rows.
I have used a generic “Macro” icon for the ones I could not find a relevant icon for, too lazy really.
I appreciate all comments good or bad but please make them constructive don’t just say “its crap” or “I don’t understand”, explain why and I will try and fix it as best as I can. Answers on a post card to …, no seriously a Par Can only has the ability to be dimmed (intensity), I do not want anyone extremely technical (super geeky) to say “Well actually you can do this with Par Cans…”.
The reason for this is because FreeStyler and Fixture Creator, create an internal list of the Manufacturers as folders to help you locate fixture files easier.
I have used the name Generic for the manufacturer as it does not really matter, in FreeStyler there are already Par Cans created and can be found in the PAR 64 and the PARCAN folder, possibly in other places as well, for this tutorial Generic will do just fine. The description is what this channel of the fixture does and is used on the sliders that are on the right of the FreeStyler screen when you select the fixture(s). I have set the “intensity” to 128 or 50% so it will not be to bright but will be enough to see it clearly. Most Par Cans do not have built in dimmers and would need to be connected to a dimmer pack.
So you will only have control of the channels using the sliders at the right edge of the screen.
Trying different ways will tell you the most efficient way for you to work and control the fixtures.
This will enable the fixture to react to the Blackout button and you can use the Shutte control on the Lamp panel.
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You might be asking why I have set the channel values of the strobe and dimmer (intensity) to 1 and 2 respectively as this is meant to be an 11 channel fixture. Please go ahead and change them for more suitable ones or even create your own bitmaps to represent them. If you are modifying fixtures or want to store all the fixtures you use in one place, then you could create a “custom” manufacturer, for example I might use a manufacturer name of “AndreCustom”. Again if you are modifying fixtures from the standard or testing things out then possibly add to test or something to the end of the name, to distinquish it from the standard fixture. I do not actually type the filename in this field, I use the list of fixture pictures displayed to the far right. To use fixtures that have more than this number of channels in FreeStyler and the Fixture Creator takes a bit of creative thought but is not for this tutorial. The name is PAR56 Red, because maybe this has a red filter on the front of it, this is one of the reasons why it is important to try and name your fixtures as descriptive as possible as it makes it easy to select.
I have called it Dimmer because that is what it does, dims the light intensity up and down.
I keep the in a seperate folder away from the FreeStyler install folders, that way I can easily import them back in after i have done a fresh or an update install and have cleared all the fixtures.
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The size of the picture should be around 60×60 but you can use other sizes but this size will not cause the picture to cover up the comments box if the width is higher. The exported file contains everything thet FreeStyler and the Fixture Creator need to use it.
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