I have been able to locate through various sources (ccf) the discrete codes for formatting my philipsLCD TV (42pfl7432d), however it seems like everything I have found does not have the new full compliment of formatting options.
The one in particular I am looking for is for the "Unscaled" option. All others have been accounted for (i.e. 16:9, 14:9 auto, widescreen, etc.)
Anyone know what this code is? RC5 is fine ~ I can convert it to full Hex using Makehex for my MX-700 remote.
I've stared at the Makehex tool readme, and although I'm normally all over this stuff, my brain isn't putting it together. I want to convert some RC5 to Long Hex for my MX-810, to control my PhilipsLCD Ambilight TV.
Furthermore, there are the following working discrete codes:
Power On RC5 0, 63 / 5000 0000 0000 0001 0000 003F Power Off RC5 0, 61 / 5000 0000 0000 0001 0000 003D
========= Because they all say RC5, I assumed I would use rc5.irp:
Device=5 Function=0..127 Define T=0
Protocol=RC5 Frequency=36000 Time Base=889 '888.89 = 32 cycles at 36Khz Message Time=128 '128 times TimeBase Zero=1,-1 One=-1,1 Prefix=1 'Officially -1,1 but starting with off is silly First Bit=MSB Form=;*,~F:1:6,T:1,D:5,F:6
I'm guessing that the Function is the number listed by the RC5 code?
The codes you have listed are actually in two notations. The numbers after the slash, starting with 5000 is the short form of Pronto hex code for same code listed in front, starting with RC5. For example for EXT1 (YUV), 5000 means RC5 protcol, 0003 (second from the end) is the device number (3), and 0004 (the last number) is the function number (4).
To generate the long form with the info that you have, in the irp file, change the "Device=" entry to the number after RC5 and leave the "Function=" entry to "0..127" (it means generate all the codes for functions 0 to 127). After Makehex generates the .hex file, open it up in a text editor and go down generated code to find the function number, and the long form is the series of codes below that. For the example above you will see the entry:
Since you have some codes with device=0, you will have to run Makehex again with "Device=0" in the irp and find those set of codes.
I'm not familar with URC remotes, but I think you can use the universal browser to import the hex codes, or for some, you need to make a ccf file with the hex codes to import using the universal browser. I think you need utilities like IRPanel or Hex2CCF to do that. You can find them here.
FINALLY!! Thanks for the reply. Someone probably needs to add that to the readme.txt of the Makehex. As promised. These all worked for me! I actually had to step through some of the codes to find them, as they didn't match up with all the ones posted here.
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