While using the Astera App to setup my Titan Tubes recently, I was having some trouble selecting the proper Modes to use in the Eos Patch. I was attempting to setup the tubes as RGB 16 Pixel Fixtures, so they would use 48 Addresses. But the problem came from the modes listed in Patch not really matching the options available in the app.
In the end, I switched them out of 16 pixel MC mode to a single RGB value.
When it comes to titan tubes i think the App gets a little ticky.
Not every mode is displayed right in the app.
If you use the "mode patching on every single unit" the modes a bit better than in "i set…
there is a personality called "FP1 Titan Tube RGB 16 Pixel MC  [16 Cells]" which sounds like what you want
Did the "FP1 Titan Tube RGB 16 Pixel MC  [16 Cells]" work for you? I would agree that this seems to be the most appropriate choice.
The trick is that label seems appropriate and easy to understand, but then my issue is setting the fixture to match that mode. If I'm using the app and the Wireless controller to setup the tubes, what the app says are the settings, doesn't really match what the ETC labels are.
according to the titan tube manual this mode is call RGB RGB .. S (Pixels=16, Strobe=single). it's mode No.50, on page 115 of the Titan Tube user manual pdf.
Hmm, looks like I need to spend more time with the manual and some tubes when things aren't all on fire on set.
If you use the "mode patching on every single unit" the modes a bit better than in "i set a mode once for all of them".
Had my problems with that too. And i ended up taking every tube and check on the fixture if every thing was right. Because the app said yes, but the fixture was something different.
But all in all, the ETC fixtures play well with the tubes. At least the 3 i tryed. Hopefully i can try more at the end of the week.