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    Default Exporting to FPP

    I think I ask this question but talked about something else and never got an answer. When exporting to FPP, does output to controllers have to be turned on?

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    Default Re: Exporting to FPP

    Nope. I just exported out a test sequence for next year and I had my controllers Off in Vixen and it played just fine when I went out to watch it.

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    Default Re: Exporting to FPP

    Quote Originally Posted by gassy View Post
    Nope. I just exported out a test sequence for next year and I had my controllers Off in Vixen and it played just fine when I went out to watch it.
    Thank you. For some reason when I export to FPP a few lights come on. Usually when I export I turn off FPP and all the controllers. This will save time.

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    Default Re: Exporting to FPP

    The export internally pauses all the controllers as part of the process so you do not have to turn them off.

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