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MMS - Crestron - On Screen Display Navigation Commands

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To use onscreen navigation on an MMS, you will first need to set the instance that is being controlled, using the command SetOSDInstance followed by the instance name (Main, Player_A, Player_B, Player_C, or Player_D)

For Example:

SetOSDInstance Main

SetOSDInstance Player_B

 Next, you will need the command SendRemote <direction> where <direction> is up, down, left, right, or ok.

For example:

SendRemote Up

SendRemote OK

For press and hold on the d-pad commands, you can append the command with the suffix "_press", followed by "release". This will cause the OSD to scroll quickly after 1/2 second.

For Example:

SendRemote down_press

The scroll will be cancelled by sending a release command, or any other navigation command:

SendRemote release -or- SendRemote up_press

If using Crestron, send all commands through the TX$ on the MMS modules' TCP/IP client. Alternatively, send these commands directly to port 5004 on the server.

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