My unused leds are on. How to turn them off?

In order to keep leds off when using hyperion, one must define separate transformation for these leds with gain=0. See this file as an example.
http://lightberry.eu/download/General/15×9/hyperion.config.jsonfor52
See below the transform section.
Please remember to define ALL leds in the “leds” section as if you define transformation for the led that does not exist, Hyperion will fail.

"transform":[
   {
      "id":"default",
      "leds":"0-47",
      
"hsv":{
         "saturationGain":1.0000,
         "valueGain":1.0000
      },
      "red":{
         "threshold":0.0000,
         "gamma":1.0000,
         "blacklevel":0.0000,
         "whitelevel":1.0000
      },
      "green":{
         "threshold":0.0000,
         "gamma":1.0000,
         "blacklevel":0.0000,
         "whitelevel":0.8000
      },
      "blue":{
         "threshold":0.0000,
         "gamma":1.0000,
         "blacklevel":0.0000,
         "whitelevel":0.8000
      }
   },
   {
      "id":"turnedoff",
      "leds":"48-51",
      
"hsv":{
         "saturationGain":1.0000,
         "valueGain":0.0000         
      },
      "red":{
         "threshold":0.0000,
         "gamma":1.0000,
         "blacklevel":0.0000,
         "whitelevel":1.0000
      },
      "green":{
         "threshold":0.0000,
         "gamma":1.0000,
         "blacklevel":0.0000,
         "whitelevel":0.8500
      },
      "blue":{
         "threshold":0.0000,
         "gamma":1.0000,
         "blacklevel":0.0000,
         "whitelevel":0.8500
      }
   }
],

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