If you’ve read any of our other blog posts, you’ll notice the appsettings file is frequently mentioned. This json file contains the names of your devices, addressing and connection information. Synexsis reads this file and uses it to control to your devices. The syntax of Json files can be confusing at first. You’ll ask, “Where […]
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Entries by Norm Schaeffer
This week we introduce Synexecutables in honor of all those who love to run applets, shells and consoles. Synexecutables provide A/V control from console or command line applications. They can be added to the task scheduler, run in the background or sit on the taskbar. Synexecutables are one more example of how Enkadia Synexsis A/V […]
This week we’re demonstrating how to mix a Synexsis component to control displays from two different manufacturer- Sharp and Samsung. Take a look and see how Enkadia frees you from the tyranny of proprietary control systems. https://normschaeffer.github.io/Enkadia-Synexsis-Display-Test/ We’ve also started working on a module for LG TVs. If you’re working with a different display model […]
This week we’re working on improving our Vaddio camera control module and finishing up a Visca module. Compare your A/V system camera control code to Enkadia Synexsis. Take a look at – https://normschaeffer.github.io/Synexsis-Camera-Testbed/ If there’s a camera you’d like us to create a module for add it to the comment field below! Thanks for reading! […]
Improve your bottom line. That is one of our main goals with the Synexsis software. We’ve worked hard to relieve you of writing the back-end code of A/V system control to complete projects quickly and to send them out the door faster. Because Synexsis boots your development speed you are able to bill more projects […]