3003 Sola Wash 2000(Fixture from 2.9.1. show file / not listed in EOS Family Console Fixture Library 184.108.40.206, 21.Oct.2020)
Focus handle hitting the base in tilt +23° thru -23°
3031 Sola Frame 1500 custom (Fixture from 2.9.1. show file)
5002 SolaFrame 1500 (EOS Family Console Fixture Library 220.127.116.11, 21.Oct.2020)
5000 SolaFrame 750 (EOS Family Console Fixture Library 18.104.22.168, 21.Oct.2020)
5001 SolaFrame 750 custom (Fixture from 2.9.1. show file)
5003 SolaHyBeam 2000 (EOS Family Console Fixture Library 22.214.171.124, 21.Oct.2020)
I realized that the Base of the fixtures now follow the actual orientation (hanging/standing),
but they render fin with the old version to. Except the SolaWash 2000.
This looks like you didn't update your fixture profiles.
Well, as mentioned in the post. There is no fixture profile for the SolaWash 2000 in A3d.
Have I overlooked something?
I installed <EOS Family Console Fixture Library 126.96.36.199, 21.Oct.2020> yesterday and could not find it there.
But when I opened a NEW blank play (no patch) it appeared on the list.
So, as all my SolaWash 2000 are patched with the custom fixture profile *DNO I could delete the profile in the current show.
After that it was possible to patch a fixture with the d3 profile from the library. (and it looks ok so far)
3001 new 3002 old fixture profile
Thank you for your replys
uhm, it's there...
The whole thing is a bit confusing for me.As it seems: Opening a show file from previous 2.9.1 it is not working in the model.The fixture profile that comes up with search is not working either. Se channel 3002Deleting the profile and reloaded from the search field gives the correct profile, even so the name stays the same. Se channel 3001.
3001 representing the new / 3002 the old fixture profile
can i ask, did you actually read the link i posted? it's explained there why it happens and what to do...
Yes, briefly :-) And the warning at the end.
Anyway, thank you for your time and response. At least I have a plan now, how to proceed without messing up existing shows.