narfel wrote:Sorry i only have 50 LEDs. For wich i created profils with 50, 11 or 5 capture zones.
narfel wrote:Sure 100 independent zones for the most details. But on some movies it might be a little to distracting. So i also made those other 2 profiles grouping some of the LEDs into larger zones for a smoother viewing experience. Like the first Ambilights which also only used one average color for each screen side.
I like Prismatic, there is a newer program out there but it got the same problem you are facing, it takes time to set it up for your lights (if you want it to be accurate, i really set each zone individually to get the correct position reacting to on-screen content). And since i have my profiles ready to use in prismatic i'm to lazy to redo them for a new program.
Prismatic allows you to color correct every single LED. In fact my 2 strands are not from the same production batch, so they have a noticeable different color temperature. In my Prismatic profile this gets corrected. Additionally one single LED was off quite a lot too, but i was able to compensate that.
My LEDs are 9cm from the wall and pointed at a 45° degree angle. Not a wall mounted screen, but standing directly at the wall on the tablemount.
narfel wrote:Processing? Then one that comes with the Software you program your Arduino with? You can skip that, that takes to much CPU resources. I think for Linux the best are Prismatik and Boblight (never used that, but i read that a lot of people are using that).
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