TerryRed

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  1. FP needs its backglass as a custom resolution set in the registry, NOT in FP settings or it wont work. ( PBX is completely different than FP and it will just use the normal screen number for that screen. I use Topper videos and DMD videos for my middle screen for PBX.
  2. Tron Legacy (Stern) (Ultimate): DOFLinx MX Cabinet Edition The Grid's most awesome addressable leds make for Light Cycle ramp effects, Light Jet Cannons, Explosions and the coolest de-resolution effects you have ever seen in a real pinball cabinet! A video demonstration of this table can be seen here in my cabinet: This table has complete cabinet feedback and lighting support for the following: – 10 solenoids for flipper, slingshots, bumpers, etc.. – 5 RGB flashers – Blower Fan – Shaker – Gear motor – Strobe – Beacon – Start button – Coin button – Launch Ball button – RGB Undercab Lighting – Addressable Leds
  3. You could always consider getting or building a mini-pin or mid sized pin.. You can still fit some solenoids, and addressable leds in there in the future, and it takes up much less space and way less expensive.
  4. If you look back at my first posts, you will see that I didn't even start with a cabinet at all. I just setup some screens on plastic shelves., and tried setting up the software to see how things worked, etc... Lots of people buy empty real pinball cabinets that are gutted and build into those. Depends on what tools you have,etc... I built my cabinet mainly because of what I already had available in terms of electronics. Try making a list of what your priorities are, and go from there...but always make sure you are able to add on to your cabinet later. I never thought I would have my cabinet filled with all this lighting and toys 2 years ago.
  5. My recommendation is to get rid of your old DOFFx2 files, and install DOFLinx from scratch, and set it up correctly according to the DOFLinx guide. Post this over at vpforums in the DOFLinx forum, where DDH69 can help you. Do you have addressable leds,etc....way too many questions need answering.
  6. Avatar (Ultimate): DOFLinx MX Cabinet Edition Featuring the most stunning particle effects, explosions, and machine gun blasts never seen before in a pinball cabinet! A video demonstration in my cabinet can be seen here: This table has complete cabinet feedback and lighting support for the following: 10 solenoids for flipper, slingshots, bumpers, etc.. 5 RGB flashers Blower Fan Shaker Gear motor Strobe Beacon Start button Coin button Launch Ball button RGB under cabinet lighting Addressable Leds Table will be available once the MX configs are added to DOF Config Tool's public database.
  7. Yah, I'm actually recording 5 videos at the same time. OBS records a video for the playfield, backglass, topper, dmd and the camcorder records the real cabinet. I play the game with the speakers turned all the way down, so all I hear of the feedback from the cabinet. Then I have to edit it all and sync it up to match afterward. Sadly with LCD Led screens the viewing angles aren't the best from that view. It would probably be worse if I had a playfield glass installed..
  8. Finally, my new screen has come in. Upgraded to a 43 inch 4K TV, and it looks beautiful. Everything is crisp and clean and smooth, no lag. Here's an updated video of the Gameroom and TerryRed Studios.....
  9. Like tthurman said.... when I first built this 2 years ago, my objective was to build as cheap as I could, using stuff I already had. So I already had most of the pc gear, and I already had the screens. Never thought I would go the DOF or controlled lighting route...but as time went on, I added a new thing on bit by bit as I could afford it. So....yah when people ask how much does it cost....my honest answer is.... "I don't know." The build time is much much smaller compared to the software time you put in.
  10. As for the cabinet...couldn't tell you. Do you just mean addressable leds?
  11. Retroflair: DOFLinx MX Cabinet Edition Wipeout: DOFLinx MX Cabinet Edition Witness a modern light show in a retro theme, thanks to the new DOF addressable led MX support in DOFLinx 5.20! A video demonstration in my cabinet can be seen here: These tables have the complete cabinet feedback and lighting support for the following: - 10 solenoids for flipper, slingshots, bumpers, etc.. - 5 RGB flashers - Blower Fan - Shaker - Gear motor - Strobe - Beacon - Start button - Coin button - Launch Ball button - RGB Undercab Lighting - Addressable leds I also explain how DOFLinx's new AUTO MX feature works.
  12. To give you a visual of what DOFLinx is for FX2.... Since I haven't really done any FX2 videos for DOFLinx, I think the new release of 5.20 which supports addressable leds makes this a good reason to have a video demonstration. DOFLinx is part of the complete cabinet experience for Pinball FX2! -addressable leds -B2S active backglass -full DOF feedback and lighting support Add in freezy's dmdext for virtual DMD (clean round dots) or real DMD support
  13. Since I haven't really done any FX2 videos for DOFLinx, I think the new release of 5.20 which supports addressable leds makes this a good reason to have a video demonstration. DOFLinx is part of the complete cabinet experience for Pinball FX2! -addressable leds -B2S active backglass -full DOF feedback and lighting support Add in freezy's dmdext for virtual DMD (clean round dots) or real DMD support
  14. Agree. PFX2 has full cabinet DOF with DOFLinx now. Being able to still play all those tables with DOF as a separate system would be ideal. Then you can get the newer FX3 only tables setup as another system.
  15. My 2nd flipper buttons (magna save) already skips letters in Pinball X