Today I released version 1.3 of Boblight Config Maker for Linux, Windows and MacOS X.
This version allows you to choose the desired decimal separator (period or comma), as some users have ran into issues with this.
I recommend to always start testing with a period, and if that doesn’t work resort to testing with a comma.
The latest version can be found in the Boblight Config Maker article, or on the Downloads Page.
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I connect my ws2811 led strip to arduino and configure to work with raspi and I have only one problem, led colour is slow or have it delay respect with the image in the tv screen.
The problem is the baudrate arduino with the pi? Or this is normal ? I’m lost with this problem anyone can be help me ??
The Raspberry Pi is a bit low on resource when running XBMC and Boblight.
Users have succesfully used Hyperion as an alternative tot Boblight, which uses significantly less resources.
I do recommend looking through the comments under the article “Ambient TV lighting with XBMC Boblight, OpenElec and WS2811/WS2812 LEDs“, quite some comments relate to the Raspberry Pi and Boblight/Hyperion etc.
Lot’s of suggestions there as well, like overclocking the RPI etc.