If you go to the Settings page, there is a "DMX Output" toggle you can use to turn off DMX Output from ELM. Here's a screenshot with the relevant toggle circled in red:
Thanks Andrew.. that helps. very much !. but it only stops the DMX transmission. That leaves the lights in the last driven state is tehre a way to force all LEDS dark before doing that ? I suppose I could trigger an all dark media strip first.. but that sounds kinda kludgy. Is there a more direct way to go all dark ? Thanks !
The only other thing you can do is drop the intensity to 0%, then you might not need to turn off DMX? Media Intensity can also be controlled via remote control (DMX/Art-Net/sACN/OSC/HTTP).
Adding onto what Sam mentioned, remote control of ELM is likely the easiest way to do an "All off" command by having all stages switch to a blank media for output. You would just need to know what slots you have blank so you can jump to them.
Hi folks… I'm new to Elm, but finding it very intuitive. I'm controlling 96 RGB strips and so far everything looks great. I'm able to use Live mode to map simple videos and throw them on the strips. I'm also able to send OSC messages to control many function s such as what media to use. What I can't figure out is how to turn the outputs on and off. Eg what button do I press on the GUI or what OFC command can I send to start and stop a show… IWhen stopped 'd like to be able to turn all the LEDs off. I know this is a simple question but I can't find anything in the documentation or in my hours with a GUI that does that simple task. Any help appreciated.