|Post 1 made on Wednesday July 5, 2017 at 19:53|
I am using a Two Way driver as a One Way Driver to send a Hex Command to a simple media player. There is no dedicated driver and I can't use serial or IR.
I can send the command using Hercules just fine.
I RTI, I setup the 2way Driver, put in the hex, and I can see the codes are sent in the WinXP driver screen, but the code does not work at this point. Have tried adding a carriage return /r and a %, but no love.
Anyone have ideas on this?
|Post 2 made on Saturday July 8, 2017 at 00:53|
Whilst this doesn't answer your question, there is also a "One way IP strings" (also known as a 'Socket Sample) driver that may be worth looking at instead of using the Two Way driver.
It is available if you log into RTI Forums in the "Unsupported & Third Parties Driver' section.
I've used this driver to control a Media Centre (WMC).
This is the command that I use for 'Play': play\r
|Post 3 made on Thursday July 27, 2017 at 18:51 |
any chance you could post it here for us please
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