Multi-Head Manager

The “Pro” version of ViewMaster VR adds support for multiple-monitor systems, from the Multi-Head Manager application. To configure and control multiple-monitor systems, launch the Multi-Head Manager, then select “Open” to access the Web...

Web Control

ViewMaster VR can also be controlled and configured from a Web Browser.  The Web Control interface gives access to a number of additional functions which cannot be controlled from the on-screen interface. The interface uses the REST API to control ViewMaster. You can...

REST API

ViewMaster has a built-in Web Server and REST API, which allows control and configuration of the system from a Web Browser or third-party software. The default TCP port for the server is 888, but this can be changed in the configuration. Here are some of the basic...

Additional Features

Locked Mode To prevent accidental changes to configuration, you can run ViewMaster in a “locked” mode. The configuration screen and source lock buttons are inaccessible in this mode. You can either select ViewMaster VR (Locked) from the Windows Start menu,...

RouteMaster VR Integration

Overview ViewMaster integrates directly with RouteMaster VR and RouteMaster VR Lite, allowing the sources and destinations configured in the router to be directly viewed. The “Switch” mode allows the ViewMaster operator to control a single RouteMaster...

On-screen Configuration

ViewMaster VR is easily configured using the on-screen dialog, accessed from the “CONFIGURE” button on the main screen. You can also access it using the keystroke CTRL-ALT-C Some advanced configuration features are only available in the Web Control...