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Crestron IR module for Panny TH-50 and Sony Bravia issue
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Post 1 made on Thursday April 21, 2011 at 13:28
tones1966
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Hi, Not sure if this is the riught thread, please correct me if im wrong.
I am new to Crestron programing but have a small system controlling my Panasonic TH-50PZ70B plasma and also my Sony Bravia KDL26. I have modules downloaded from the Crestron database that work for everything except direct access to the input selection.
For example, on my panny, to select HDMI input 1 I have to select AV 3 times to scroll through. The same on my Sony, select AV and down twice. I can select AV, TV and PC direct on my sony, but theres no option for one press to take me straight to the HDMI inputs. I hate the TV turning on, selecting AV and then scrolling down each time I turn it on. Sometimes it dont scroll enough and I have to keep turning it on until it works!
Neither remote controls have the option of directly selecting HDMI inputs, but I can set it up perfectly using my harmony 1000, so I know it can be done.

Please, any suggestions or even better, anyone got the correct modules that will help? Thank you
Post 2 made on Thursday April 21, 2011 at 14:48
thecynic315
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If you're using IR, you can grab the discrete codes for Pany and Sony from this site and create your own IR drivers using DEAL.

You can then use either the IR driver from Crestron AND the IR driver you created or(and this is sometimes better) learn anything you may need, like volume, into the new driver and JUST use that driver.
OP | Post 3 made on Friday April 22, 2011 at 05:03
tones1966
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Thank you for your reply. As I said, im new to programming and to this site, so you will have to forgive me when i ask what DEAL means? I take it its something to do with learning the IR commands from the remote?
the actual Panny and Sony remotes do not have direct access to the HDMI inputs, but my Harmony 1000 does and it works perfectly. I then got my little Crestron set up (CP2 and TPS 3000) and set all that up and all works fine with my amps, sky box, x box and tvs, EXCEPT the direct access to HDMI inputs.

So the only thing I could possibly learn the codes from is the Harmony 1000?
How would I do that?
Thanks in advance
Post 4 made on Friday April 22, 2011 at 10:19
thecynic315
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DEAL is the crestron software used for learning/creating IR drivers.

This site has a database of IR codes that you can cut/paste into DEAL. Its the little ICON of the hand with .CCF.

If you look at the files section here, under Pronto Remotes youll find the area for discrete codes.
Post 5 made on Friday April 22, 2011 at 23:16
sofa_king_CI
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On April 22, 2011 at 10:19, thecynic315 said...
DEAL is the crestron software used for learning/creating IR drivers.

This site has a database of IR codes that you can cut/paste into DEAL. Its the little ICON of the hand with .CCF.

If you look at the files section here, under Pronto Remotes youll find the area for discrete codes.

Or you can do it in Toolbox now since it seems all the IR Drivers open within Toolbox, but yes just paste the pronto ccf command in.

Also, check the Yahoo Crestron group. ....lots of good files and drivers there.
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