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REQUEST Multiple configs

Discussion in 'Feature Requests' started by RamilKa, 26 July 2017.

  1. RamilKa

    RamilKa New Member

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    Hi!

    First, thanks for the Hyperion! It's awesome!

    I use my ambilight setup in different ligth conditions:
    1. morning/day - daylight (actually it changes during the day/season),
    2. evening - artificial LED illumination,
    3. night - no illumination.
    So, it'll be good to have at least 3 different configs and to switch them manually and/or according to schedule.

    Thanks,
    Ramil
     
  2. penfold42

    penfold42 Moderator Developer

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    What's different in the 3 configs?
     
  3. RamilKa

    RamilKa New Member

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    1. Illumination level
    2. Color adjustments (white, RGB, gamma etc.)
     
  4. RamilKa

    RamilKa New Member

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    Sorry, English is not my native language, let me explain, I hope you'll uderstand me.
    The most important thing is the illumination level.
    I wanna have high level during daylight time, low level in the evenings/night time.
    Also it's good to have a possibility to correct colors (white, RGB, gamma etc.) as they are affected by ambient light: the Sun, LED illumination, darkness.

    Thanks!
     
  5. penfold42

    penfold42 Moderator Developer

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    Toby now there's no magic to do this.

    You could use the cron scheduler to either
    A) stop and start new instances with different config files
    B) call Hyperion-remote to adjust the settings over the json interface
     
  6. RamilKa

    RamilKa New Member

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    Could you help with a script or detailed how-to, please?

    Thank you!