“N.B. - this code is currently only available on the FastLED3.1 branch and may set your leds on fire!”
Are we not supposed to use parallel output? I don’t want to burn my house down. Also I cannot find the paralleloutputdemo.ino example?
You can use the parallel output, it’s in pretty decent shape these days. It’s also still not fully complete. (And the fire comment was a joke. mostly.)
Thanks! I was on the master branch not the 3.1 branch.
I just finished a project that mirrors an array of 43 to ten pins on a Teensy3.1, and it is working great, and only seems to be on fire when it’s running the Fire sketch code.
I’m planning to edit my sketch to allow for fully addressing the 10x43 array of LEDs. A Teensy 3.1 should be able to handle addressing 430 LEDs, but throw in a couple of temp arrays for buffering and it’s suddenly 1290 LEDs…