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    Blinzeln Sunrise and sunset simulation... examples?

    I'm using a PL3 with 4 Mitras (I) daylight and 2 simustick leds. Does anyone have example sunrise and sunset "values" so I can copy or experiment.. at the moment my sunset looks, at some point, like a "red light district"

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    This is my sunrise/sunset with a mitras lightbar 2 ocean blue and
    a backlight with two RGB strips controlled though the 0-10 ports.

    https://youtu.be/hE2kmTBFsfY

    I'm happy to share the values (it's a light composer project for the mitras and a multichannel setup for the two rgb ). At some point I also have quite a lot of red, but I kind of did that on purpose because when my backlight is red the top light is already yellow and when the top light is red the backlight is dark blue. If I wanted to change it I would increase the greens on that spot.

    The logic I used is doing what the atmosphere does: the blue colors disappear first, then greens then red. But because you want some blue at the end (night) and (in my case at least) some blue at the beginning (day), you need to bring blue back at some point before turning all reds down. That brings the pinks too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by othermore View Post
    This is my sunrise/sunset with a mitras lightbar 2 ocean blue and
    a backlight with two RGB strips controlled though the 0-10 ports.

    https://youtu.be/hE2kmTBFsfY

    I'm happy to share the values (it's a light composer project for the mitras and a multichannel setup for the two rgb ). At some point I also have quite a lot of red, but I kind of did that on purpose because when my backlight is red the top light is already yellow and when the top light is red the backlight is dark blue. If I wanted to change it I would increase the greens on that spot.

    The logic I used is doing what the atmosphere does: the blue colors disappear first, then greens then red. But because you want some blue at the end (night) and (in my case at least) some blue at the beginning (day), you need to bring blue back at some point before turning all reds down. That brings the pinks too.
    Thank You. This video looks really nice. If You can share the project values with me (I'm using a GHL profilux 3 withs Mitras lights and 2 profilux RGB led-strips)

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    Sure!

    The light composer project is here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NXn...ew?usp=sharing

    I'm attaching also an image where you can also see the table with the values for each individual channel and the brightness for the overall point.





    For the multichannel setup I did not see any way to export it, so I'm attaching the chart where you can see the effect, and the values in a screenshot.





    Hope it helps!

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    Thanks ... I will try

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