Nevion MRP Implementation notes

Nevion Modular Routing Protocol (MRP) for router control is supported in Helm, RouteMaster and RouteMaster-NDI. It’s sometimes referred to as the VikingX or Sublime protocol. RouteMaster uses the protocol for both outgoing and incoming connections, allowing...

Pro-Bel SW-P-02 Implementation notes

Pro-Bel SW-P-02  (General Switcher) protocol for router control is supported in Helm, RouteMaster and RouteMaster-NDI. RouteMaster uses the protocol for both outgoing and incoming connections, allowing third-party systems using SW-P-02 to control RouteMaster.  Helm...

Pro-Bel SW-P-08 Implementation notes

Pro-Bel SW-P-08 protocol for router control is supported in Helm, RouteMaster and RouteMaster-NDI. RouteMaster uses the protocol for both outgoing and incoming connections, allowing third-party systems using SW-P-08 to control RouteMaster.  Helm uses it for outgoing...

Router Salvos with Helm

HELM 4.7.0 adds support for salvos on all types of router. Previously, salvos could only be fired with lengthy scripting, or if the controlled router had direct support for salvos. The LoadSalvos script command  is used to load salvos from a JSON configuration file....

Nvision NV9000 and HELM

Note: Helm V4 adds a UsePhysicalPorts property for the NV9000 that bypasses the database IDs, rendering this section obsolete. This also solves problems reported by some customers where backing up and restoring an NV9000 configuration could result in changed database...

Router Group Map files

Router buses and output selectors are easiest to use when the inputs and outputs you need are numbered sequentially. If you have five VTRs on inputs 10−14, you can easily use a router bus, but if your VTRs are on inputs 10, 20, 30, 32 and 90, it is more difficult....