External Control Protocol

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External Control Protocol


External Control Protocol 

For a command key recall using RSC-

 

Using a command key with Register ID on page 1-

RSC 4 1 Rr0d

                     4-Register ID 5

                     1-Script Cue 1

                     R-Register

                     r0d- Carriage return(if needed-serial control)

 

Using a command key with Register ID on page 2,3, etc.-


RSC 1004 1 Rr0d

 

RSC-Recall Script Cue

1000-Page 2 , 2000-Page 3, etc.

       4-Register ID 5

       1-Script Cue 1

       R-Register

   r0d- Carriage return(if needed-serial control)

 

 

Using command key with Script ID-


RSC 8 1 Sr0d

 

(do not have to designate page#, just use Script ID #)

RSC-Recall Script Cue

      8-Script ID 8

     1-Script Cue 1

      S- Script ID

 r0d-Carriage return

 

No space after last argument and carriage return.

 

Register pages are Zero based, so Page 1 (you don’t even reference page 1) it is just the registration ID, Page 2 is 1000+Reg ID. Page 3 is 2000+Reg ID, etc.

Register ID’s are Zero based, so ID 1 is 0, ID 2 is 1, and so on…


 

For a function key recall using FKR-

 

Using a Function key with register ID-

FKR 1004r0d

 

FKR-Function Key Recall

1000-Page 2

       4-Register ID 5

   r0d- Carriage return(if needed-serial control)

 

or

 

FKR 0 2r0d

 

FKR-Function Key Recall

       0-Page 1, Register ID 1(Register ID’s are Zero based, so ID 1 is 0, ID 2 is 1, and so on…)

       2- Layer 1(0,1 are for background layers) layer 1 is a 2, layer 2 is a 3, etc.

  r0d- Carriage return(if needed-serial control)

 

No space after last argument and carriage return.

 

Register pages are Zero based, so Page 1 (you don’t even reference page 1) it is just the registration ID, Page 2 is 1000+Reg ID. Page 3 is 2000+Reg ID, etc.

Register ID’s are Zero based, so ID 1 is 0, ID 2 is 1, and so on…


Load Still on Background-

This command loads a specific file onto either the current or next background layer.  The image name specified will automatically be scaled to fit the PixelsSpace
if the image is not the same sixe as the PixelSpace it is being loaded on. *Note- The image file name must not contain a space.

BLD RedCar 0 1

BLD-          Background Load
RedCar-    Image filename(No spaces in filename)
0-               PixelSpace ID to load in.
1-               0=Load Next/1=Load Current




Network commands require a 10 bit header-

Header- 6 bit< spyder >followed by 4 nulls.  Example- spyder\x00\x00\x00\x00RSC 4 1 R 

Command-

XXX_(must have space(Argument delimiter) between Command and Argument)

 

Argument(s)-

X_X_X (Must have space between argument strings)

 

Layer ID’s start with 2, as Layer ID 0 and 1 are used for 2 background layers of the system

Some commands display their last Argument as ~XX, This command allows the last Argument field to be repeated, allow for multiples of the last argument to be specified with a single command.


Common troubleshooting questions: 


Are you using a null cable? 

Is there another router referencing the same port ID?

Remote into the system to see what the log files are referencing. 


Contact Christie Technical Support for further assistance. techsupport-az@christiedigital.com or 888-404-4001 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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