AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by Veaceslav22 » Sun Sep 13, 2015 3:44 pm

Hello everybody. I have the same problem, and I can not solve it. I've done both in the instructions https://github.com/mcallegari/qlcplus/w ... uild-HOWTO, but when it comes to make the program
(cd qlcplus
qmake -spec macx-g++
make),
my terminal fails. Anybody can create a file .dmg with modified file midi protocol.cpp for Mac OS? Or please write in detail how to do this operation on Mac OS. Thank you

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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by Veaceslav22 » Sun Sep 13, 2015 4:08 pm

This is error of my terminal:
(MBP-Veaceslav:qlcplus Veaceslav$ qmake -spec macx-g++
-bash: qmake: command not found)

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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by plugz » Sun Sep 13, 2015 7:00 pm

qmake: command not found
qmake is part of the Qt framework, are you sure you've installed it properly ?

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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by Veaceslav22 » Sun Sep 13, 2015 8:02 pm

I installed Qt, but these commands I entered in the terminal. It is not right? Please write the whole procedure how to do and what software. Or if you can, please send me a reworked version of QLC with changed protocol.
Unfortunately I'm not a programmer, so please explain in detail how to make, or please send me finished file dmg to my e-mail 7751213@gmail.com. Thank you so much
Sorry for my english, i use translate

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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by Veaceslav22 » Sun Sep 13, 2015 10:17 pm

I tried to build the project using QT, the program gives me this error :
Neither libftdi-0.X nor libftdi-1.X found!

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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by janosvitok » Mon Sep 14, 2015 1:37 pm

I'm thinking that if I find some time I may implement config file setting for MIDI plugin that will do this.

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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by Veaceslav22 » Mon Sep 14, 2015 1:37 pm

janosvitok wrote:I'm thinking that if I find some time I may implement config file setting for MIDI plugin that will do this.
Thank you very much

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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by Ovis » Mon Sep 14, 2015 1:37 pm

Veaceslav22 wrote:
janosvitok wrote:I'm thinking that if I find some time I may implement config file setting for MIDI plugin that will do this.
Thank you very much
That would be great :)
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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by mcallegari » Mon Sep 14, 2015 1:37 pm

janosvitok wrote:I'm thinking that if I find some time I may implement config file setting for MIDI plugin that will do this.
I agree on having this feature.
Apparently this is a hot topic and in these days I was thinking to contact Joep to understand precisely what are the needs of who uses the AKAI APC devices.
Basically I suppose one wants to send feedbacks to the APC with precise MIDI values to light a specific color of a button.
If this is what is required, we can probably act at the input profile level.
Basically a special case only for buttons where 0 is always feedbacked as 0 and 255 can be customized to a specific value. (or even better both customizable)

Is this what you guys need ?

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Re: AKAI APC mini - Button-LED

Post by Veaceslav22 » Mon Sep 14, 2015 10:19 pm

What we need is to have the controller button with led lights works. They have three colors. Let the red is off, green on, even be true. Then it is clear what the scene on, which are not. So users like me, not programmers, it is difficult to do. You could make a QLC+ version specifically for Akai APC Mini, it would be very nice and would all be grateful.

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