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(40)FalcoRe:Contact Partner2013.01.25 17:11:53
Dear lebinh!
My answer is no and here is why:
Your site and many other download sites mark the backlink to my site with the attribute rel="nofollow".
This kind of link exchange doesn't make any sense.
Replied: lebinh - Contact Partner (39) Reply
(39)lebinhContact Partner2013.01.25 15:01:52
Can you help me place my logo on your website.
I listed your software on website.
I hope approved from your company.
(38)FalcoRe:Sony Virtual Remote2013.01.11 10:28:58
Sorry, but I can't help more without seeing the UPnP device document of the device. The manual doesn't help here. If you have more infos send private mail to me
Replied: Martin - Sony Virtual Remote (37) Reply
(37)MartinSony Virtual Remote2013.01.11 3:37:36
thanks for the super fast reply! About the 790, I'll try along the lines of your discussion with Justin, great.
About the SONY 5700ES, I mistyped in an important way: I said "It claims it has the ability to be controlled via IR.", but it should be "... via IP". Looking at the Amazon product page
it claims controlability via IP, IR, RS232. And it surely is networked, it supports DLNA and Win 7 "play to". I want to use it from Win 7, but "play to" can only do a few things related to the media and is far from controlling the full receiver. The full manual is here:
Thanks for any help you can offer, it is much appreciated!
Replied: Falco - Re:Sony Remote (36) Reply
(36)FalcoRe:Sony Remote2013.01.11 2:59:15
Hi Martin! Read back the conversation between Justin and me from message 25. He has a 790 and he succeeded in getting it to work. Regarding the receiver I think IR refers to real infrared remote control abilities not virtual. But if the device has network connectivity it may work.
Replied: Martin Berz - Sony Remote (35) Reply
(35)Martin BerzSony Remote2013.01.11 2:25:28
I really love the idea of your SONY remote control! Now I have two questions:
1) I have a 790 Blu Ray Player, does the remote work for it? You mention that it works for the 780.
2) I am thinking to buy a DA5700ES receiver. It claims it has the ability to be controlled via IR. Do you happen to know if your remote works for it too? Or if you don't know exactly, do you think it may work?
Thanks so much!
(34)Justin SokolowskiVirtual remote2013.01.02 16:48:39
Thanks Falco, My blu-ray works great. Today I'm getting my new tv(KDL-46HX850). Hopefully with all you taught me, it will go smoothly. Then in a few months a sony wi-fi receiver.
Thanks again for everything.
(33)FalcoRe:Desktop Movie Windows 7 Starter2013.01.02 10:51:50
Hi Mary !
I think the problem is that there is no (legal) way to change your background with windows 7 starter edition. Try google for "change background win7 starter" and set your background picture to none. Or you already have a background changer program that forces this behavior. You can try disabling it.
Replied: Mary - Desktop Movie Windows 7 Starter (32) Reply
(32)MaryDesktop Movie Windows 7 Starter2013.01.02 8:50:26
Hello, thanks for all your freeware gems! Could you please tell me whether Desktop Movie is supposed to work well on Windows 7 Starter? I've faced a problem: the movie appears for half a sec and then I can see my usual desktop wallpaper again but I still hear the soundtrack.
(31)FalcoRe:Sony virtual remote.2012.12.26 16:49:54
I'm glad you got it. There are as many commands as buttons on the Virtual remote (more than 50!). But you can associate any buttons with any commands. Choose the important ones! Communication with the device requires a working network. If the device is off it cannot receive http requests, so I suppose no.
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(30)Justin SokolowskiRe:Re:Sony virtual remote.2012.12.26 15:40:11
Thank you so much. I got it working. I have 2 questions. First Can I add commands, There are alot more commands on the get commands lisr then on the command setup list.
Second, can the virtual remote turn the Blu-Ray on.
Thanks again. Hope you've had a great holiday.
Replied: Falco - Re:Sony virtual remote. (28) Reply
(29)DJBIDOUILEmerry christmas2012.12.25 12:13:12
I have sent you a private email
(28)FalcoRe:Sony virtual remote.2012.12.25 0:28:15
If you have successfully registered the device the text input should work. Try it eg. on youtube search.
For the buttons to work you have to request the commands from your device and manually replace the predefined Sony Bravia codes with yours. The exact process is described in the readme.txt.
"You should get the appropriate command codes by using the right click context menu 'Get Command List' item. The solution for working remote buttons is to go to the program's context menu again, choose 'Command Setup' and manually replace the codes you see in the dialog with the codes you have got in the 'Get Command List' window 'value' part(use ctrl+c then ctrl+v) and press OK in the dialog ! "
Replied: Justin Sokolowski - Sony virtual remote. (27) Reply
(27)Justin SokolowskiSony virtual remote.2012.12.24 16:24:42
I got my Dvd to see it, and register the device. But it won't do anything. Now it sees the registered device what do I do.
Thank You
Replied: Falco - Re: Sony Virtual Remote Control problem (26) Reply
(26)FalcoRe: Sony Virtual Remote Control problem2012.12.22 5:09:49
Hi Justin ! The program recognizes every device (even routers) that responds to UPnP device discovery message. If your device supports UPnP but won't show on the list then you have some network problem. Try to disable your firewall temporarily and try to connect your device to your network with a wire. There was a user with similar problems (at first he saw the sony device then never again) a router restart helped him. At last check every device and firewall setting that UPnP(DLNA) communication is enabled.
Replied: Justin Sokolowski - Sony Virtual Remote Control problem (25) Reply
(25)Justin SokolowskiSony Virtual Remote Control problem2012.12.21 23:36:46
I have a VDP-S790 and a Windows 7 Pro PC wirered to a verizon Fios router. I have the player connected to the network wirelessly. I tried running the Media Remote registration wizard. And when I run the virtual remote it only lists my pc as a device. I've tried starting them in every order I can think of. PLEASE HELP!
Thank You
(24)DJBIDOUILERe:Re:NFS World Leaderboard2012.12.18 17:12:42
falco please look you email it's important please thanks advance !
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(23)FalcoRe: NFS World Leaderboard2012.12.17 18:57:00
Hi DJBIDOUILE ! I have sent you a private email.
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(22)DJBIDOUILENFS World Leaderboard2012.12.17 13:52:39
Hi ,I need your help for create to NFS WORLD LEADERBOARD for my website if you help me maybe Price (low) if you interessting !
thanks for infos !
(21)FalcoDesktop Movie Player Update2012.12.12 17:44:17
UPDATE! Desktop Movie and WINDOWS 8 - It seems that this is not a bug, but MS intentionally disabled using overlay mixer for all applications but the ones listed in the registry. Registry patch is now compiled to the executable. On the first run Desktop movie applies the patch on Windows 8. For other applications that can not run because of this restriction you should create a key if it does not exist in:
create a DWORD with the path and name of the application you want to enable overlay and set the value to 1. eg.
"F:\\BP\\COMPILED\\Public projects\\desktop_movie\\dmovie.exe" =dword:00000001.
Restart and you should be OK.
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