• Profile needs to be edited[in text editor as .XML fileType] to a "Conventional" fixtureType and it will project a beam[then change fixtureType or Patch in the new fixtureType, or try just selecting the fixture in MA3D and RightMouseClick---Change Model; if it's a single instance fixture to a 3D model that has a 'Beam' object or multiple Beam objects in it. If it's a 4/5 beam fixture on all at once; will take a custom model to visualize the fixture as you desire. Doesn't seem too hard a model to build....if the fixtureType is a multi-Instance fixture where you have a Main Module and multiple 'pixels'; this will take much more work to get visualizing in Dot2...


    Good luck!

  • Try this visualization for the versapix. Size may be a bit off, but it's the multiInstance fixture with proper beam spread. Sorry no angles to the instances, not possible I believe; all straight down, no spread. At least they're Conventionals and produce a beam, more like the real object in question.


    Enjoy!


    Rexy

  • If you are using the fixture as a single instance object, you'll need to either construct a custom model with 5 beams or do a mult-patch; then physically position and rotate the 'cloned' fixtures to visualize it as a 5 beam object, then Group them in MA3D and it'll be the closest visualization of the object without resorting to a custom 3DS model representing the instrument. They'll move as a Group with their Local orientations in tact, or should be.


    Good luck!