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    Default Illumination control question (GHL control center)

    Hi



    I am experimenting with the light spectrum.
    What I want is to represent daylight through the GHL control center.


    My plan was..

    1st. Measure and recording the daylight through a Light spectrometer.
    2nd. Insert the recording file into the GHL control center or edit the spectrom throgh light composer( GHL control center).

    But both didn't work.
    Does anyone know how to express daylight through this GHL control center???

    Device :
    Software:GHL control center
    Light:Mitras Lightbar 2
    Light splitter:Mitras light splitter
    Power: GP-LS100P-24
    Spectrometer: Oceanoptic USB 2000+
    Software: Oceanview

    Thank you.
    Thankyou

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    Hi,

    Only .LPC project files can be uploaded into Light Composer.

    If you have a visual representation of what this schedule should look like, you can use LC to re-create this effect.

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    Default Question about LC

    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny View Post
    Hi,

    Only .LPC project files can be uploaded into Light Composer.

    If you have a visual representation of what this schedule should look like, you can use LC to re-create this effect.
    Hi ,

    Is LC the light composer?
    I tried to make the same graph that I received from the spectrometer through the light composer(When I tried to edit through Illumination Run,
    I couldn't make the graph I wanted with a fixed graph in Illumination source.), but I don't know how to do it. Can you teach me how???

    Thank you

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    Yes, LC is short Light Composer.

    This video shows you how to use and create a schedule with LC:

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