KISS BOX Driver

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  • #1968

    steinhalion
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    Hey Dierk,

    i try to use a KISSBOX DMX1TR but can’t find a device driver in vcontrol 4.0.7 ?
    or do i have to use art-net mode on the box?

    greetings
    steinhalion

    #1969

    steinhalion
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    OMG. wrong forum. sorry!

    #1972

    Dierk
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    No Problem, moved to the correct forum.

    Yes, your’re right, you have to use the DMX1TR in Art-Net mode. Now you have two choices:

    The last one is very basic, but depending on what you need to do may be sufficient.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by  Dierk Walter.
    • This reply was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by  Dierk Walter.
    #1975

    steinhalion
    Participant

    Thank you! i use the TCP Art-Net Connector.
    in v-control: you need to set the tcp-artnet interface IP as channel – of course not the kissbox IP!

    now the lighting operator can close the internal panasonic shutter via task – coffee break! 😉

    nice work and thank your for the kissbox support!

    #2014

    plep
    Participant

    Hey Dierk,

    i try to get a connection between v-control and a Kissbox2tr by using the tcp_midi_connector. rtp-midi-driver is already installed (working on windows).
    Tried some channel configurations..
    In any case i cant get a connection. Is it possible to use the kissbox2tr with tcp_midi_connector?

    Regards

    #2016

    Dierk
    Participant

    Of course that should work. You have 2 Options:

    1. Use the TC2TR without RTP MIDI.
    To do that, you need to configure the Box as Siimple UDP (see attached immage).
    Then you can use the MIDI_TCP_Connector driver, but configure a UDP Channle with the IP Addres of the Kissbox (Port is 5007 by default as in the screenshot).

    2. Use RTP MIDI Driver
    In that case you have to configure the box as WinXP RTP MIDI and configure the Windows driver. Then you can use the MIDI TCP Connector and select the RTP MIDI Driver as output device.

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