PART 1: GALAXY EFFECT
In this insightful video tutorial, you will learn pro tips about xLights Galaxy and Garlands (part 3) effects... From the defaults up through its transposing state into a more robust effect.
Overcome the challenge of importing a display or effect across a variety of matrices – using the Start, End, and Configuration Settings; including the radius, width, revolution, the value curve and more.
Discover pretty cool functionalities such as the ‘Acceleration’, ‘Reverse’, ‘Blend Edge’ and ‘Inward’. The clock-effect and so much more!
Learn more about the positive- and negative acceleration effect when applying xLights’ Galaxy. The X, Y axis, the radius, Width, and Angle; Tolerance, Persistence with fadeout, Roto Zoom, Roto-Zoom Clockwise and Counterclockwise, the head duration; the presets, and more!
THE GARLAND EFFECT
A versatile xLight effect that works perfectly on both the small and large matrices; the Default Garlands, Garland Type, Garlands with varied spacing configurations (20, 30 and 55), Cycles and Stack Directions (Up, Down, Left, Right, Up-then-Down, Down-then-Up, Left-then-Right, Right-then-Left); Zoom, Rotation, Blur, Transformation, etc.
The Garlands effect works pretty much like the Fill Effect, but with some slight differences. Up your game! Wow your audience in your next as you learn more about xLights’ Garlands.