Added: Screensaver with 60sec timeout
so, i updated to this firmware and the screensaver activates after 60 seconds even if there is activity at the inputs… surely this isn’t right/intended?
It’s working as intended, since a lot of the UI is static. We’ll talk to VPME to see if it could be implemented differently.
Here’s a download link (mac) that includes v1.2 if you want to rollback:
ah i see. right on, thanks!
It would be nice if you could set the screensaver to something longer than 60 sec. - such as 5 minutes, or even 30 minutes… maybe if there was a preference in the menus. Great idea to save the display - but the workflow for analyzing a patch now means I’m clicking that encoder every minute
I don’t have a zero currently but was curious about if it has a specific feature. I find it hard to get analog clock sources to sync up correctly to a specific bpm for recording into a DAW, so I was wondering if there is a way to measure beats per minute using the zero scope.
There is not.
I have tried two different micro usb cables connected to my PC but nothing happens. Do I need to have the Zeroscope powered by my eurorack rig AND connect via usb to my PC in order to update the firmware? I don’t see anything in the manual about how to do this (unless I missed it somewhere). Also, the firmware updater readme says that you need to put the unit into bootloader mode… but again, I don’t see any documentation on how to do this. Thanks for the help.
Thanks for the instructions. The update will not install for me, however. I installed the STM32 Bootloader and it says “successful”. But when I try to install the firmware this is the log output I get:
Deducing device DFU version from functional descriptor length
==> Error occurred during update.
Invalid DFU suffix signature
A valid DFU suffix will be required in a future dfu-util release!!!
No DFU capable USB device available
Here are my specs:
Win10 Pro 64bit
I tried re-installing the STM32 driver a couple of times as well. Power-cycled a couple of times too. I see the STM32 Bootloader in device manager (in USB Devices)
If you can shoot a video of you performing the video and send it to our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org that would be good, we can see if we can find the problem there.