Lost Everything

So, somehow I lost all the patterns that were on the pixelblaze when I first ordered it. Anyway I can I can get them all back?

Here’s a repo containing the curated set (thanks @jeff!):

Any idea how they were lost? Deleted from the UI on accident?

Appreciate the info… I should have known to check out GitHub. I think a buddy of mine did something when I let him check it out. Been telling the dude to get one

BTW the latest version of V3 has a backup restore, get a backup before lending it out again and no worries.

Actually, I wanted to play with the new archive feature, so I ran it on one of my Pixelblaze v3 which I believe is basically all the stock patterns. It’s linked here below, but remember:

  • Requires the Pixelblaze be upgraded to firmware >= 3.24 first
  • Upload from the bottom of the Settings page
  • Settings encoded in this backup (you can overwrite these, but just beware what it will boot with):
    • 10% brightness limit
    • 100 LEDs, WS2812, RGB
    • Fastest CPU

Grab the .pbb file here:

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Gotcha. Will do. Thanks you!

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whats the process for doing this? i can’t seem to get it to work.

You need to be running v3.24, then go to the settings screen. Near the bottom you will find a restore button. Click that, and a modal pops up. Select the file, and click restore.

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So, I got all the patterns back but none of the sound ones work. Any ideas?

Check that the sensor board is attached, and recognized by Pixelblaze. You should see this on the very top right corner of the page with the status info:
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That is showing the Sensor Board 1.0.

The sensor board will only use one audio input at a time, so the mic won’t pick up anything if a cable is plugged in to the aux input jack.

Using the new gauge control, you can have a simple VU like display on a gauge to see it react to sound:

export var energyAverage

export function gaugeEnergyAverage() {
  return energyAverage * 10
}

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So, it looks like the sound board is recognized. But I’m still not getting anything to happen when I choose the sound reactive patterns.

What do you get running the above pattern? Is anything plugged in to the aux jack?