February 1st, 2006, 18:55 Posted By: wraggster
Ahman has released another remote controller app for the PSP, heres the info:
<blockquote>iR Commander is an Infra-Red Universal Remote Control software for Playstation Portable. It allows you to control various home appliances and other infra-red based equipments. It's implementation is based on CIR (Consumer IR), not IrDA. Thus, it will not allow you to communicate with your laptop via IrDA for information exchange. CIR is typically used among most home appliances and electronic equipments with IR wireless remote controls, such as TVs, VCRs, DVDs, Projectors, etc.
The current version of iR Commander does not allow your PSP to directly learn another remote control unit by pointing at it. Instead, it uses the most popular IR code available on the net, Pronto Hex Code. By copying the Pronto Hex Codes to your PSP, you can eventually turn your PSP into a Universal remote with support for over than 6000 equipments.
Support standard Pronto Hex Codes. The most popular published IR code database on the net.
Remote Control Units are defined as Remote Description Files (RDF). The system currently supports a maximum of 100 RDF files, that is, you can have 100 different remotes on your PSP.
RDF can be created easily by end-users via a simple text editor. RDF contains the key definitions and it's corresponding Pronto Hex Codes.
Optional bitmap graphics can be used to describe the remote layout and their functions. If you don't provide the bitmap, the system will generate a default text based layout description.
Current version supports a maximum of 24 keys per device (per RDF).
Macros are supported which allows you to press a single key to control multiple devices. For example, click 'X' on PSP can allow you to switch on the TV, change to AV channel, power on DVD player and start playing the disc.</blockquote>
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