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NextPreviousHomeHow to play your own shows on a BixPack 30 screen



michiel | a year ago | 3 comments | 9 likes | 704 views

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BixPack 30 uses the colourmap layer to play shows on the screens of the 3D models (instead of a static picture):
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Here' show to play your own show on such a screen:
1) Find and select the colourmap layer
2) Choose LAYER > ATTACH LAYER > DELETE ALL ATTACHED LAYERS (or click the corresponding power button)
3) Press CONTROL M and select a show

That's it!

For more info about the colourmap layer:
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This screenshot uses the following shows:

BixPack30\30_TV5.bt
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BixPack28\02_FlowerField2.bt
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You need the ULTIMATE edition to create a new colourmap layer.

But all editions (EASY, PRO and ULTIMATE) can render the colourmap layer and allow you to change the content of an existing one.

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michiel, a year ago




Here's another example.

The billboard 3D model of BixPack 30 renders a Christmas show from the community:

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michiel, a year ago


Thank you Michiel, your explanation helped me greatly. In the new 'old tv' show I was able to insert on of the BT Christmas templates into the tv screen. I would have never figured that out without your instructions.
Mike

MrGruntHunter, a year ago


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