I have a HUB75 P10 Panel, Teensy 3.2, Smart Matrix Shield V4.
The plan is to create a 32x32 panel but currently when running the demos the images are scrambled so I have changed the setup to a single 16x32 panel for the time being to understand the problem.
I am running the latest Smart Matrix library installed from the arduino library manager.
I am attempting to use the MultiRowRefreshMapping Sketch.
The comment at the beginning:
- e.g. each RGB channel on a HUB75 P10 32x16 /2 panel fills pixels across four rows at once, and in a non-linear order.
Seems relevant to what I am seeing. When running the Mode Map Reverse Engineering or the Mode MAP Testing I address 4 red Pixels at a time when the description suggests that it should be 1 at a time. I can’t seem to find a state when I don’t write to 4 rows at a time with the Red Colour. I think I can work out the order of the mapping once I solve the reason I’m writing 4 rows at a time and not a single pixel as expected. I can upload videos etc but I’m hoping a nudge in the right direction will be all that is required. If a nudge helps I’ll update this post with how I got it working. Thanks in advance.