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Watchnet commands to Panasonic projector


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Hello,

Im trying to create a one button do all type of setup for my client;

client wants to have a one iPad press of a button to play the show, since I have 8 x Panasonic PT DZ 870 projectors, mapping a full room , and the soft edge blending creates a visible overlap when in black, i would like to use the internal shutters of the projectors to open just before the show starts. and close after

Does anyone know the command for this action?

 

thanks 

 

Rajai

 

 

 

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Hello,

Im trying to create a one button do all type of setup for my client;

client wants to have a one iPad press of a button to play the show, since I have 8 x Panasonic PT DZ 870 projectors, mapping a full room , and the soft edge blending creates a visible overlap when in black, i would like to use the internal shutters of the projectors to open just before the show starts. and close after

Does anyone know the command for this action?

 

thanks 

 

Rajai

 

You can not send commands to other devices directly from WATCHNET.

BUT, you can send commands to your projectors with WATCHOUT.

AND, you can trigger that WATCHOUT command from WATCHNET.

So put each shutter command in its own auxiliary timeline,

then trigger that command from WATCHNET by running that auxiliary timeline.

BTW The Panasonic projectors are notorious for being inconsistent in responding to PJLink commands.

 

Instructions on sending the shutter command can be found here: PJLink protocol

 

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