Using your Skystar 2 Remote with IR Assistant

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by Anonymous, February 28, 2005.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

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    Before IR Assistant i was using Girder and the winlirc plugin. It works fine but after the 30 day test trial you must pay for it.

    So i was searching over the mediaportal forum and found "ir assistant". it's not big, easy to install and maintain, and it works wonderful with the skystar 2 remote.



    Here are the 3 Steps you need to to:

    1.) Download and install ir assistant --> http://www.irassistant.com/dotcom/v_current/download/IRAssistant_v3.5002_nodrivers.exe

    2.) Download the ira_lirc driver --> http://www.irassistant.com/dotcom/v...p://www.irassistant.com/download/ira_lirc.zip
    and copy the dll file to the home directory of the ir assistant.

    3.) Start ir assistant (winlirc should be up and running !!!)

    4.) Add the macros for your needs or download my ready to use cmd file (you need to import it to the ir assistant) --> http://brandy.motorradseiten.at/t35.cmd

    any questions are welcome ;-)
     
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  3. Zoidberg

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    Hi!

    It seems to be a great program, but I do not know what is your macrofile is for. I imported it an got an 0. Could you please explaine shortly how it works?
     
  4. Anonymous

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    sorry for the late reply (lots of work). you can import this cmd file into the ir assistant. there is a option on top of the ir assistant program. it is names "tools --> import".
     
  5. Anonymous

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    i made an mistake. you're right. there was only the button "0" in my cmd file. i fixed the cmd file. you can download it from the link above.

    greets brandy
     
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