Do you have hdmi plugged in ?
The onboard analog uses PWM and will conflict with this driver.
Have you tried using SPI instead of pwm ?
Do you have the right serial port name ?
/dev/ttyUSB0 vs /dev/ttyACM0 ?
Or if you really want to kill them for effects too, you could use a colour transform to zero the brightness on a long list of leds
One way to do it permanently is to edit the config and change the hscan or vscan values to make the capture area invalid.
Negative numbers worked...
I did it with a separate process that connects to Lircd, catches remote codes and then connects to Hyperion to change colours and brightness...
Not really if you're using an arduino to drive the leds.
The pi1 will probably get less testing tho cos it takes so looong to build on.
Clocks been done 3 times already as a python effect !
Ambient Audio would be interesting if you had something like an esp8266 with external ADC....
+1 for hyperion-remote
-1 for ssh - you don't need it cos Hyperion-remote can talk to instances on other hosts with -a
Personally I encourage reports on ng.
Maybe we should create a NG forum with a sticky disclaimer that it is still under active development
Did you restart hyperiond ?
It only looks for changed/new effect json files at startup.
I've registered, changes to the py file are picked up...
You used -e SystemShutDown2
The json has
I've been happy with the 1000+ ws2812 leds in my house.
What effect paths are listen in you Hyperion conf file ?
Does the script bitbash the 1wire interface or does tnuse the kernel module to do the hard work?
If Hyperion is running an effect rather than...
I've got a repository at https://github.com/penfold42/hyperion-effects which is where i dump my experiments
The random effect is the one i was...
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