Appendix 2: Open Source and Third–party Components

RouteMaster uses the following Open Source and Third-party libraries and components. Their licensing terms and copyright are shown below. Indy – BSD License Copyright Portions of this software are Copyright © 1993 – 2003, Chad Z. Hower (Kudzu) and the Indy...

Appendix 1: Router Protocols.

Routers can be controlled  using the following protocols: Dummy Router BlackMagic Videohub Evertz /Quartz GVG Jupiter ASCII GVG Native Harris/Leitch Passthru Harris LRC Kramer 2000 and 3000 NVision CR NVision NV9000 Network NCB Nevion Sublime Probel General Remote...

Designing your own Web Panels in Helm

You can create your own custom web panels using Rascular’s Helm Designer software. The process is very simple. To get you started, here’s a very basic example: Design your panel in Helm Designer Here is the Helm panel we used when we were controlling RouteMaster from...

Using Web Panels with RouteMaster

As well as using Helm panels (or any other source of router control commands) RouteMaster also has its own native web sockets based protocol. It acts as a web server and can serve panels as web-pages to any standard web browser. RouteMaster comes with some sample web...

Using Helm panels to control RouteMaster

Rascular’s Helm product is an ideal way to control RouteMaster. Here’s how you set up a Helm panel to control a physical router through RouteMaster. Create a Helm panel like this In this example we’ll use a Quartz / Evertz router controlled by a RouterBus...