I just finished watching the videos posted of Toine lecturing at Crestron Masters 2017. Sadly, this was a session I really wanted to sit in, but the space was reserved for veteran programmers (and this was my first time attending Masters). He has many good points about how SIMPL+ has many bottlenecks to understand and … Continue reading SIMPL+ Best Practice
Since Cisco seems to have deleted the entire existence of the legacy Tandberg video codecs, I've been unable to find documentation on the classic API anywhere. Luckily, I still have access to a Tandberg 6000 MXP and can write down what help is offered within it. These are the classic commands available on an MXP … Continue reading Tandberg Classic API
Crestron SIMPL Windows uses "named signals" to wire up programming logic. These signals are referred to as digital (either high or low), analog (a 16-bit number), or serial (a string of characters). Color is used to distinguish what type a signal is--blue for digital, red for analog, black for serial, green for ambiguous--but otherwise, your … Continue reading What’s In a Name?