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Users / Re: hauppauge hd pvr 1212
« on: August 25, 2013, 01:41:18 pm »
Are their specific settings we need to put in if we add it manually?  Like a device path or something?  I saw in the wiki about setting up the component side, but it didn't mention what to put in the device settings itself.

Users / Re: hauppauge hd pvr 1212
« on: August 24, 2013, 07:31:56 pm »
It does not show up,  we just tried to run the av wizard and it doesn't detect it under inputs either.  We are running av wizard from a media director as our core is headless.

Users / hauppauge hd pvr 1212
« on: August 24, 2013, 02:47:55 am »
What are the steps to install one of these?  We have plugged one in and it doesn't get detected. 

Users / qorbiter resolution
« on: May 27, 2013, 01:34:09 pm »
My wife just got a new Galaxy S4, and the words are so small, that you can't even get through setting it up.  Is there a way to change the resolution for qorbiter?  Also,  how do I go about changing which skin it is using,  I would like to try the Aeon skin on this device.

Users / Re: scenario order
« on: May 27, 2013, 01:30:44 pm »
That is what I have done and it really doesn't bother me that way,  the only thing is that as i've grown my system and gotten better parts, i have ended up with several autogenerated scenarios that aren't used anymore and can't be.  So, ive got like 20-30 unused auto-generated scenarios in each room.  i was hoping of a way to maybe clear the database of them.

Users / Re: network redirection
« on: May 08, 2013, 01:35:15 am »
so how is this wired?  for instance,  are you running 1 nic on your core and have the router plugged into your modem or do you still have both nics setup and have the second one setup to route to the router?  i guess what i am trying to get at is:  does it still use the core as the dhcp and then just forwards all requests over the static route to the router bypassing the core firewall?  this would work fine as i would rather use my firebox as my router without losing the device detection functionality.  also, would i need to setup the static router of on my router also?  thanks for the help

Users / Re: network redirection
« on: May 04, 2013, 01:50:16 pm »
Since I'm guessing this isn't fixable,  how can I modify the dhcp server to use a different router?  It really sucks having to go through a remote desktop just to go to sites that use ports that I have forwarded.

Users / Re: remote
« on: April 24, 2013, 02:24:00 am »
if i do a gsd device,  is there a way to call a scenario into play?  every room where i have a remote would have different scenarios, and once a scenario is fired, does it automatically know that when it for instance get the volume up command that it would be for that room or is there more under the hood programming required.  i could set this up as a standard ir remote,  im just not sure if its possible to map an ir function to call a scenario.

Users / network redirection
« on: April 24, 2013, 02:11:34 am »
Something that I have noticed that is quite annoying is that when I try to go to a site that uses dyndns or a port that is forwarded to my core,  it automatically redirects me to the core.  So if I'm at home and trying to connect to a remote site for work and they use dyndns, then i get directed to my core instead of theirs.  The only way I have been able to get around itis to remote desktop into a remote site that does not use this and then do my work over that.  It is also doing it for any ports that I might need to connect to,  I can't use them if im using them at my location.

Users / Re: remote
« on: April 21, 2013, 02:14:53 am »
The protocol can be anything that I tell it,  they are one way serial for the most part and I can have them send any serial string that is needed.  They can also send ir or ip.  Basically, I just map a button on the remote to a command and that command can be anything (ir hex, rs232 ascii or binary, or ip).

Users / remote
« on: April 20, 2013, 09:09:57 pm »
I have several URC remotes just sitting around.  I have the base station also that have serial control.  I would like to program them like I do other automation systems in that on your main page you just select watch cable, bluray, etc.  and it runs the macro and goes to the control page.  In Savant, the macro would send a string like "room_cable_box_1_power_on" which would tell the system to turn on that room to cable.  Then I would just send in commands like "volume_up", etc for control.  Is there a specification for this or a driver that allows control in this fashion.  I would basically like to be able to call scenarios either by serial input or by mapping ir codes.

Users / ip control
« on: March 25, 2013, 02:11:44 am »
I have a receiver that has multiple zones.  So what I have done is create 2 different templates, one for the main zone and one for the second zone.  In one room I have it attached to the main zone and in another, I am running it off of the second.  The problem seems to be that when I change rooms, that it is screws up the communication to the first room.  Is there someway that I should be setting this up differently?  I'm guessing that the problem is that because it is 2 separate devices, that it is trying to establish 2 separate connections to the same device?  Could I just make the second zone a child device and attach the other room to the child?

Users / Re: multihead setups
« on: March 17, 2013, 11:19:12 pm »
it would definitely be cheaper on power and hardware to have several media directors instead of one big machine splitting it out.  The media directors could be asleep when not in use, but with one large machine, anytime one thing is needed, then that machine has to wake up every room.  Plus, you can use the follow me feature, if desired. 

I tried the one way operation by removing the incoming data code.  It didn't seem to fix the problem.  I have noticed though that if I ask it to change channels twice then it will work.  Also, looking at the logs, it appears that it is sending the commands, but the box seems to be ignoring them sometimes.  One thing I did that seems to have helped out was in the code for the send commands on the number keys, I put a "sleep 0.5" command in front of each number. 

is there a way to change the delay on a gsd device?  when i tell it to change channels, it goes to fast and it will skip numbers sometimes.  i tried to adjust the times for ir thinking that maybe they also affected ip also.

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