Scripting for Helm Web Panels

While the process of building web panels with Helm Designer is almost identical to that for ‘native’ Helm Panels, the language used for scripting has changed. Native (PC-based) panels can use the ‘classic’ Helm script language, or Lua. When...

Helm and Harris IconStation

Helm can control Harris/Imagine IconStation via the IconStation XML protocol over TCP/IP. Add an Iconstation device from the parts bin to your panel and set the IP Address and Port.  You should also ensure that the UTF8 property matches the configuration of your...

Helm Web Panels

Helm Web Panels take customisable broadcast control to the next level, allowing station engineers to design and deploy control panels that operate directly in end-user’s web browsers, rather than requiring a custom application installed on the user’s device. Web...

Using WebCentre as a Proxy for Elemental Live

Because Elemental Live is controlled via an HTTP REST API, it can be controlled directly from the browser without a Device Proxy. In Helm Designer, you can place an Elemental Live icon, set the URL and Event and publish this as a web panel. However, if you are using...

Helm Clockwork Sequencer

Helm Clockwork Sequencer is an engine designed to run sequences of events that have a given duration. For example you might want a sequence that makes a router switch, brings up a caption for a set time, then makes another router switch. Sequencer lets you automate...