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Thread: Red, blue, yellow and green buttons

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    Default Red, blue, yellow and green buttons

    Hello,

    i'm looking for how to control PowerDVD with red, blue, yellow and green buttons.
    I'm using girder 5 with PowerDVD 9

    I think i have to use keystroke but i didn't find he sequence in printable and non-printable key names

    Can you help me by explaining me how sending control to powerdvd by emulating these 4 colour buttons ?

    Thx
    Laurent

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    I forgot to specify that I use usbuirt and windows xp

    Any idea or link to help me ?

    Laulo

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    I'm not exactly clear what you are asking here.
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    Sorry for my poor english.

    I would like ti use red, blue, yellow and green buttons with girder :
    i have to control powerdvd9 and when i configure girder i don't know which keystroke i have to send ?
    For example : close PowerDVD => I use keystroke *x (CTRL + X)
    but for colour buttons, i don't know what i have to do ?

    Thx
    Laulo

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    Open the Girder Logger (F4)

    Then press one of the red,green, yellow or blue buttons. Do you see events come into Girder?
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    Yes, i see :

    USB-UIRT Driver 302....
    USB-UIRT Driver 302....

    I learned these code to girder
    How can i send them to PowerDVD ?

    Laulo

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    What do you want PowerDVD to do when you press the Yellow button?
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    I don't know for the yellow button, but for the blue : opening a menu, for the red : resuming video, for the green : restarting video

    to see Cinema Playback Mode :


    in fact, Powerdvd knows what to do with these signals. I have only to learn to girder how to transmit to PowerDVD.

    Laulo

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    ok. Let's focus on the blue button then. What is the keyboard shortcut to access the blue button. (or is there a menu shortcut?)
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    Ok, i resolved my problem : Cyberlink sent me keyboards shortcut and i put them in Girder. All is ok now.

    Thx,
    Laulo

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