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Using AnyMote to turn my cell phone into a laser tag gun
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Post 1 made on Friday December 8, 2017 at 12:15
aphypcru
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I'm trying to use the "import file" feature for AnyMote to import commands from the MilesTag laser tag protocol. I seem to have everything I need, but when I go to convert the Pronto HEX code into an AMSR file, every single time the file it gives me makes AnyMote throw an "invalid file" error.

Here's the Proton HEX code for a MilesTag signal for a single shot from a red-team player:

0000 004A 0000 000F 0086 0020 0024 0020 0023 0020 0023 0020 0024 0020 0023 0020 0023 0020 0024 0020 0023 0021 0023 0020 0022 0021 0044 0020 0022 0020 0023 0020 0044 0020

And here's what the AnyMote converter gave me for a resulting AMSR file:

{"name":"MILESTAG","all_codes":[{"function":"RED SHOT","code1":"56015,134,32,36,32,35,32,35,32,36,32,35,32,35,32,36,32,35,33,35,32,34,33,68,32,34,32,35,32,68,32,"}]}

It seems like a pretty simple format, but I can't see anything wrong with it.  Can anyone tell me what might be causing AnyMote to see this file as invalid?
Post 2 made on Saturday December 9, 2017 at 03:03
Barf
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No, I can't tell you why AnyRemote rejects the file. IrScrutinizer produces almost exactly the same result
 
{"name":"","all_codes":[{"function":"IrScrutinizer captured signal","code1":"56015,134,32,36,32,35,32,35,32,36,32,35,32,35,32,36,32,35,33,35,32,34,33,68,32,34,32,35,32,68,32"}]}

(A specification of the format is not known to me.) I can only guess, and then I would like to guess that AnyRemote barfs at the slighty uncommon modulation frequency of 56015. Try  to change it to, say, 38000, and see what happens.
OP | Post 3 made on Saturday December 9, 2017 at 11:53
aphypcru
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I tried 38000 with no luck. It looks like AnyMote also accepts something called a PR5 file. Does anyone have any information on this format? I'm not familiar with it.
Post 4 made on Sunday December 10, 2017 at 07:49
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Does

{"name":"","all_codes":[{"function":"IrScrutinizer captured signal","code1":"56015,134,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,33,67,33,33,33,33,33,67,33"}]}

work?
OP | Post 5 made on Monday December 11, 2017 at 08:31
aphypcru
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Nope...That one didn't work, either. I'll see if AnyMote support will answer me. Thanks for your help.


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