New extendable architecture will give URC an all-in-one software editor for the future.
Posted by Daniel Tonks on November 26, 2008 at 11:33 PM
Universal Remote Control Inc. has just released new editor software for the forthcoming Complete Control MX-6000 color touchscreen remote. Called “Complete Control Program” or CCP for short, this new software is the official replacement for the old “Complete Control Suite”, which was basically a convenient launcher for URC’s multitude of different editor programs (normally one separate program for each model of remote).
Although CCP currently only supports the MX-6000, the eventual goal is for all of URC’s currently marketed remotes to be programmable from a single piece of software. All new remote models will be integrated directly into CCP, and it’s expected that most current models will be ported over at some point.
Complete Control Program features an all-new look with a more customizable user interface. For more information on Complete Control Program view this thread, and for further details on the new MX-6000 see the interview in our CEDIA 2008 Video.
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