Working with the Chauvet Slim Pro Par, and when I add it to a magic sheet with link to channel color it's home values are blue. Same thing in the color picker/moving light tab Home value is appears pretty far into the blue range, when all colors are at 100%.
No worries, since the generic rgba profile is uncalibrated, it is likely that the pale yellow white is what that fixture looks like at full. I would suggest using this profile for now and we can create…
Is the actual output of the fixture blue when you put it at full? The home values for R/G/B/A are all at 255 in the profiles for this fixture, but the profiles also include color calibration data provided by the manufacturer, so what the color picker and magic sheet show should reflect those levels. There may be something off in the calibration data if the fixtures themselves do not output blue, in which case we can create an uncalibrated version of the profiles to use.
They output a roughly lavendery white.. you know, crappy LED white, not nearly as blue as this would lead you to believe.
If you put them in 4ch or 5ch mode and patch as generic RGBA or IRGBA profiles respectively, do the fixtures still output lavendery or a more pure white? I think that will be our final determining factor.
Same in 4 Chan mode.
Please clarify if you mean it is patched as Chauvet SlimPAR Pro RGBA 4ch or patched as Generic RGBA.The image is a little too small for me to make out. If you mean it is still patched as Chauvet, please patch as Generic RGBA and confirm.
Sorry, the previous was Chauvet 4 Chan mode. In Generic RGBA mode it's a pale yellow white,
No worries, since the generic rgba profile is uncalibrated, it is likely that the pale yellow white is what that fixture looks like at full. I would suggest using this profile for now and we can create an uncalibrated profile for this fixture or see what is going on with the current calibration data we were given.