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Old 06-14-2003, 10:41 AM   #16
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Not sure. My system here is all contected via a central control unit called Crestron.

I remember I have also a Marantz 5000i remote, which is the same as the Phillips Pronto 2000. It can be fully programmed. Not sure if that is what you meant?
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There's always the option to use PDA remote control software (omniremote for instance), if your PDA supports it and you can get the codes. Saying that, I think these are learning remote controls, so you probably need a remote control in the first place.

Oh well, it was just a thought!


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Old 06-16-2003, 08:53 AM   #18
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Yep that would be cool! Question is if anyone (brahamt you hear me?) knows anyone who can "copy" the control codes from the original Sony remote.
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I have the control codes for Sony Camcorders.

The issue is I know nothing about OmniRemote. That said, if the codes are similar to the code base from URC remotes, you can find the codes at:

http://www.anycities.com/rhm5757/sony_home.htm

I have a complete device file for URC remotes that combines all of the codes you see at this site into one device.

I'll play with OmniRemote or the one that comes with the Clie and see what I can find out.
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I have the control codes for Sony Camcorders.

The issue is I know nothing about OmniRemote. That said, if the codes are similar to the code base from URC remotes, you can find the codes at:

http://www.anycities.com/rhm5757/sony_home.htm

I have a complete device file for URC remotes that combines all of the codes you see at this site into one device.

I'll play with OmniRemote or the one that comes with the Clie and see what I can find out.
Thanks Brahamt! I just googled a little bit on this topic and found this on how to enable Direct A/D conversion on my TRV-900 (realtime DV transcoding). Looks like I must buy a LANC cable at the end. Not sure.
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I know this thread has been inactive for a while, but it seems that DVD Profiler is down. Has anyone been able to access it for the last few days?
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I know this thread has been inactive for a while, but it seems that DVD Profiler is down. Has anyone been able to access it for the last few days?
I haven't been able to get to that web page either. i just thought it was my stupid DSL connection laughing at me. I was about to try the software for my 13 DVD's! (not worth the memory, I know)

But just a little comment on the IRDA functions on the palm... they are really only meant to transfer files back and forth between pilots. If you want to control your camera, TV, DVD, VCR, PC (lots of fun), Stereo, MD player, Microwave, etc... you may need to buy an external infrared transmitter because when I programed my pilot using omni-remote (which i paid 40$ for :<) i had to be 6 feet from the device i wanted to control. (strangly enough my brother's brand new clie had worse transmitting distance!) So unless you have a very small apartment or you like getting up off the couch to change the channel using the omni-remote then you might want to consider a different alternative. If anybody knows a hack or a fix to increase the power let me know. And if the handheld companies have compensated to this problem with the newer handhelds then i give you permission to curse my name and wack me over the head with you Zire's.
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Just an update, but it looks like the site is mostly back up.
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