X-keys editor to create JSON file

I have started working on a JSON schema to support the X-keys options that can be performed in PowerShell for each button. Originally I was thinking of doing this with an XML file, which would have worked fine, but the purpose of exercise is also to learn some new technology. The JSON file format looks … Continue reading X-keys editor to create JSON file


Updated X-keys for PowerShell

I have created a new version that provides some better options for event arguments. You can now key the key number and Unit ID as Integers within the event handler function. The original string value is still there also. The new values are: $event.sourceEventArgs.KeyID $event.sourceEventArgs.UnitID This makes it easier to use a Switch statement for … Continue reading Updated X-keys for PowerShell

Button Templates for X-keys

Here is a template with some icons that work well with X-keys. It is a Word file so you can change to your requirements. Tip: Print it out on a laser printer using tracing paper (110gsm). Thanks to John Bengston for the tip. Download Template


Using X-Keys to automate ATEM

PI Engineering are about to release a new X-Keys panel which is a 1U rack mounted module. It is available as a plain unit or, for a small extra fee, with ATEM specific keys. http://piengineering.com/xkeys/xkr32.php I'll be adding support for this device to my TVS Software Switcher panel ASAP.