- Adjust/Modify the Sequence - This option works well when you have a pre-designed numbering or addressing system you've devised for your given show and you want all sequences to follow this order. Often this can mean adjusting hundreds of channels but has the advantage that all the sequences will match your exact preferences.
- Adjust/Modify the Controller - This option works well when your sequence (or sequences) is already setup to work with a given output/channel/universe combination. Typically, just by adjusting your controller output settings, the sequences require little or no modification.
- Adjust/Modify both the Sequence and Controller - If you've purchased sequences from a number of vendors, it is common that they will each have their own setup or channel layout and you may need to standardized on a single output arrangement or adjust all the sequences to match your hardware channel setup.
The following video shows how to adjust sequences in Light-o-Rama S3 Advanced software by either modification of the controller settings or modification of the sequence:
We hope this helps to better understand the relationship between controller addressing and software addressing.