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Programmatically Using Presets with Crestron Smart Graphics
There are 3 main ways to save and recall presets with the Crestron Smart Graphics using the Autonomic MMS device symbol:
1) Using the MMS control protocol
When sending MMS protocol commands within the Autonomic MMS device symbol in Crestron, all protocol commands will need to be prefixed with MMSProtocol: followed by the protocol command and send via serial string to the *_config signal.
Please see KB article on storing and recalling presets http://www.autonomic-controls.com/kb/index.php?View=entry&EntryID=145
Storing and Recalling the same presets to the *_config signal in the Autonomic MMS Device Symbol would look like below:
2) Using the Autonomic device symbol Serial signal *_Preset_Select_Text.
To recall a preset using the *_Preset_Select_Text, you must first populate the *_Preset_Select_Text signal with only the preset name (a Serial I/O can be used for this). Once the name is populated, to recall the preset you need to pulse the digital signal *_Recall_Preset.
For example to recall the Party Time preset on Player A you would send "Party Time" to Player_A_Preset_Select_Text, then pulse the digital Player_A_Recall_Preset.
3) Using the Autonomic device symbol Analog signal *_Preset_Select.
To recall a preset using the *_Preset_Select, you must first populate the *_Preset_Select signal with a preset number. . Once the number is populated, to recall the preset you need to pulse the digital signal *_Recall_Preset.
Presets can be stored in the same manner using the Store signals instead of the Recall. Music contented will be stored as a preset when *_Store_Preset is pulsed while that content is currently playing.