ViewMaster: Running at Startup

After configuring ViewMaster to your requirements, you may want ViewMaster to automatically run when the PC starts. Because ViewMaster generates the multiview display directly on the Windows desktop (even when generating an NDI output), you can not run ViewMaster as a...

ViewMaster: Multi-Head Manager

 Pro Feature: ViewMaster VR Pro adds support for multiple-monitor systems, with the Multi-Head Manager application. To configure and control multiple-monitor systems, launch the Multi-Head Manager, then select “Open” to access the Web control interface....

RouteMaster: Configuring Routers

Overview To configure the routers connected to the system, select Configure Router from the Settings menu. RouteMaster can be configured to multiple routers. The left-hand pane of the Router Configuration window allows you add and delete routers. Your license...

RouteMaster: Connection Settings

After adding a physical router to RouteMaster, you must specify the connection parameters From the Protocol dropdown, select the protocol required to connect to the router. Your router’s documentation will have information about available protocols and how to...

RouteMaster: Name Management

Edit Names RouteMaster allows you to edit Source, Destination and Level names to make them easier for users to understand. This is particularly useful when the router itself does not support names. RouteMaster will normally use names provided by the router. Any names...

RouteMaster: Router Mapping

RouteMaster lets you alter the relationship between the physical crosspoints on your router and the virtual crosspoints managed by RouteMaster. What do we mean by this? Let’s say we have a 64×64 router, but we want to only allow control of sources 10-17 and...