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 //Play Scene2// does the same then //Play Scene//, the difference is that you have to enter the scene name in a textfield. //Play Scene2// does the same then //Play Scene//, the difference is that you have to enter the scene name in a textfield.
  
-===== Elgato Stream Deck =====+===== Elgato Stream Deck Connector ​===== 
 {{ :​streamdeck.jpg |}} {{ :​streamdeck.jpg |}}
  
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 ==== Prepare V-Control ==== ==== Prepare V-Control ====
-V-Control needs to be in Remote Mode. See [[options#​Remote Services|Options]] TCP Remote for details. The default TCP Port is 10101. Check the //Enabe TCP Remote Service// Checkbox.+V-Control needs to be in Remote Mode. See Options TCP Remote for details. The default TCP Port is 10101. Check the Enabe TCP Remote Service Checkbox.
  
 ==== Prepare TCP_StreamDecConnector ==== ==== Prepare TCP_StreamDecConnector ====
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 TCP_StreamDeckConnector has no visible parts. It's only job is to connect to V-Control, send a command and quit. For that reason, you need to configure it by it's ini file. The ini file is very simple and has only two entrys. TCP_StreamDeckConnector has no visible parts. It's only job is to connect to V-Control, send a command and quit. For that reason, you need to configure it by it's ini file. The ini file is very simple and has only two entrys.
-<​code>​+
 Port=10101 Port=10101
 Address=127.0.0.1 Address=127.0.0.1
-</​code>​ 
  
 If TCP_StreamDeckConnector,​ Elgato Steram Deck Software and V-Control are running on the same computer, and V-Control uses the default TCP Remote Port, then there is nothing to configure. In any other case change the Port and / or Address. The Address must be the V-Control Address, the Port must be the Remote Port configured in V-Control. If TCP_StreamDeckConnector,​ Elgato Steram Deck Software and V-Control are running on the same computer, and V-Control uses the default TCP Remote Port, then there is nothing to configure. In any other case change the Port and / or Address. The Address must be the V-Control Address, the Port must be the Remote Port configured in V-Control.
  
 ==== Prepare Elgato Stream Deck Software ==== ==== Prepare Elgato Stream Deck Software ====
 +{{ :​streamdeck_empty.png |}}
  
-After installing, the Steram Deck software presents an empty profile. +After installing, the Steram Deck software presents an empty profile. ​
-{{ ::​streamdeck_empty.png?​600 |}}+
  
-Now add a new launcher. In this example we want to call a task that is recalling a preset in a E2 for example. So we need a task in V-Control that is doing this. Let's assume this task is named "Preset 1" ​(very inventive), and we want to label the button as "PST 1"+Now add a new launcher. In this example we want to call a task that is recalling a preset in a E2 for example. So we need a task in V-Control that is doing this. Let's assume this task is named Preset 1” (very inventive), and we want to label the button as PST 1
  
-{{ ::​streamdeck_runtask.png?600 |}} +{{ :​streamdeck_runtask.png |}}
-Drag the launcher to a button field and enter the button Title. Now click the three dots in the //​App/​File//​ field and select TCP_StreamDeckConnector.exe. Click in the text field and move the cursor to the end of the filepath. V-Control needs two parameters, telling it what to do. The first parameter is the //​->​run//​ parameter, telling V-Control that a task should run now. The second parameter determines the task itself.+
  
 +Drag the launcher to a button field and enter the button Title. Now click the three dots in the App/File field and select TCP_StreamDeckConnector.exe. Click in the text field and move the cursor to the end of the filepath. V-Control needs two parameters, telling it what to do. The first parameter is the ->run parameter, telling V-Control that a task should run now. The second parameter determines the task itself.
 Here is the complete entry: Here is the complete entry:
-<​code>​ 
-C:​\TCP_StreamDeckConnector\TCP_StreamDeckConnector.exe ->​run->​Preset 1 
-</​code>​ 
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-The second type of commands are [[fire_tasks|Playlist]] commands. These commands are used to move in the Playlist up and down and fire a task from the Playlist. The method is the same as running tasks. Add a launcher and select TCP_StreamDeckConnector.exe. The first parameter is ->​Playlist,​ the second one can be Up, Down or Fire. 
  
 +<​code>​C:​\TCP_StreamDeckConnector\TCP_StreamDeckConnector.exe ->​run->​Preset 1</​code>​
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 +The second type of commands are Playlist commands. These commands are used to move in the Playlist up and down and fire a task from the Playlist. The method is the same as running tasks. Add a launcher and select TCP_StreamDeckConnector.exe. The first parameter is ->​Playlist,​ the second one can be Up, Down or Fire.
 Here are the examples: Here are the examples:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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 C:​\TCP_StreamDeckConnector\TCP_StreamDeckConnector.exe ->​Playlist->​Fire C:​\TCP_StreamDeckConnector\TCP_StreamDeckConnector.exe ->​Playlist->​Fire
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +{{ :​streamdeck_playlist.png |}}
  
-{{ :​streamdeck_playlist.png?​600 ​|}}+You can also use the TCP_StreamDeckConnector only for the Playlist Commands, and for simple Task recalling use Hotkeys as described in the [[fire_tasks|Simple GUI section]].
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