Catalog only 16,000 frames

Discussion in 'Lasershow Designer 2000' started by Raider, Sep 10, 2013.

  1. Raider

    Raider Active Member

    I have 2 cards QM2000 and LaserShow Designer on different computers.
    The board intro I can create a show with a catalog of 50,000 frames.
    The board BASIC I can create a show with only 16,000 frames.
    Why so little, why is it depends.
    Help me.

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  2. By default, LD2000 only offers around 16,000 frames. If you want more, you need to manually edit your LD2000.INI file. Normally this file is found in the Windows folder, but unfortunately if you use VISTA or later, there are actually two LD2000.INI files -- one that Microsoft creates and then tries to hide from everyone, and one in the Windows folder.

    You will find an entry called "Number of frames", and you can change that to any number up to 64000. For the hidden LD2000.INI file, you will need to look for

    "C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Windows\LD2000.INI"


    Copy this file to the Windows folder, replacing the one that is there, and then it should work.


    Note that Microsoft makes AppData a hidden folder, so you would need to type it in yourself, or make sure your "Folder Options" are set to show hidden folders.
     
  3. Pangolin

    Pangolin Staff Member

  4. Raider

    Raider Active Member

    ok, thansk for answer. i wiil try.


    [email protected];5686]By default, LD2000 only offers around 16,000 frames. If you want more, you need to manually edit your LD2000.INI file. Normally this file is found in the Windows folder, but unfortunately if you use VISTA or later, there are actually two LD2000.INI files -- one that Microsoft creates and then tries to hide from everyone, and one in the Windows folder.

    You will find an entry called "Number of frames", and you can change that to any number up to 64000. For the hidden LD2000.INI file, you will need to look for

    "C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Windows\LD2000.INI"


    Copy this file to the Windows folder, replacing the one that is there, and then it should work.


    Note that Microsoft makes AppData a hidden folder, so you would need to type it in yourself, or make sure your "Folder Options" are set to show hidden folders.[/QUOTE]
     
  5. Raider

    Raider Active Member

    i have WINDOWS 7, what i make?


     
  6. Raider

    Raider Active Member

    Hi!
    i change it in LD200.ini but number of frames remained the same 16000


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  7. Raider

    Raider Active Member

    Another problem, perhaps they are interrelated.
    I install LD2000 in drive d, but then removed and installed on drive C.
    Now every time you start it gives me a message as shown below.

    i open file LD2000.ini and replaced all the way with D on C .
    but the problem remained. what can I do?

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