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How To Get Certain Colors With Pixel Nodes?

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This is the first year Ive used RGB nodes. Im using the non intelligent type. Does anyone know what percentages of Red, Green or Blue you use to get the color orange? Is there a chart somewhere that shows what to use to get other colors?

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You might want to start with your computer.

Open Windows Paint.

Click "Edit colors"

Select the color you want

Note the lower right corner where is has Red: Green: & Blue:

Those numbers should get you real close.

Edited by cacoulter

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Im not on the computer that has the LOR software but when youre doing colors other than red green or blue, dont you just turn on specific colors at a certain intensity to get various colors? Like red green and blue at 100% is white. So I thought that like red at 50% and green at 50% would be a particular color. I guess Im not understanding how it works. Can someone elaborate on how exactly to do it. Do you do it through the intensity tool?

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Here is a problem using LOR for programing RGB. LOR uses % on there intensity so you will have to convert the color number to % for i to work.

Example Orange: Red 100%

Green 50%

Blue 0%

Purple: Red 50%

Green 0%

Blue 50%

You will have to make a chart converting the numbers into % with 255 being 100%, 128 being 50% & so on. The problem with this is you can not get true colors. (this is what I have found)

You would be better using Vixen or LSP

I DO NOT HAVE & HAVE NOT tried LOR 3 this program may solve the above statements.

Nike

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Just wondering...why not drive these as RGB channels where all this "math" is done for you and you just input a color.

Another issue is that percentages don't work 100% of the time because of differences between RGB lights.

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Just wondering...why not drive these as RGB channels where all this "math" is done for you and you just input a color.

Another issue is that percentages don't work 100% of the time because of differences between RGB lights.

Well can you explain how thats done? Is it on S3? Where?

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