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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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t:~ tatane$ open Desktop/IrScrutinizer-1.3/IrScrutinizer.app
LSOpenURLsWithRole() failed with error -10810 for the file /Users/tatane/Desktop/IrScrutinizer-1.3/IrScrutinizer.app.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Please try typing
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  java -version



in the terminal and tell me what you get.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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java version "1.6.0_65"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_65-b14-462-11M4609)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.65-b04-462, mixed mode)
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok, I think we are getting closer. You need the "JDK" not the "Java". Sorry for the desinformation. JDK download. After downloading and installing, try the
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java -version
again. Then I think it should work.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes is work Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 1:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How ired2 now decode the code?
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok, starinig over again. Using the XSLT-script from an earlier post generates rem-file
Code:

[REMOTE]
  [NAME]xxxxxxx

[TIMING]
 [0][N]3[1]24 952[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [1][N]3[1]24 952[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [2][N]3[1]24 952[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [3][N]3[1]24 952[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [4][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [5][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [6][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [7][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [8][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [9][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [10][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [11][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [12][N]3[1]24 952[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [13][N]3[1]24 952[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [14][N]3[1]24 952[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [15][N]3[1]24 952[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [16][N]3[1]32 944[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [17][N]3[1]32 944[2]32 1432[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [18][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [19][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [20][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [21][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [22][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455
 [23][N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]32 1960[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455


[COMMANDS]
 [Lum4_open][T]0[D]200020000011001001100
 [Lum4_close][T]1[D]200020000011000000010
 [Lum3_open][T]2[D]200020000010001101100
 [Lum3_close][T]3[D]200020000010001100000
 [Porte1_open][T]4[D]200020000000001101110
 [Porte1_close][T]5[D]200020000000001100010
 [Porte2_close][T]6[D]200020000000011100110
 [Porte2_open][T]7[D]200020000000011101010
 [Porte_baie_open][T]8[D]200020000010111101010
 [Porte_baie_close][T]9[D]200020000010111101010
 [Lum2_open][T]10[D]200020000010011101000
 [Lum2_close][T]11[D]200020000010011100100
 [Volet_garage_monter][T]12[D]200020000011101101010
 [Volet_garage_descendre][T]13[D]200020000011101100110
 [Volet_baie_monter][T]14[D]200020000011011101100
 [Volet_baie_descendre][T]15[D]200020000011011100000
 [Volet_hangar_monter][T]16[D]200020000011111101110
 [Volet_hangar_descendre][T]17[D]200020000011111100010
 [Volet_bureau_descendre][T]18[D]200020000000111100100
 [Volet_bureau_monter][T]19[D]200020000000111101000
 [Prise_ventilo_open][T]20[D]200020000100101101000
 [Prise_ventilo_close][T]21[D]200020000100101100100
 [Volet_hangar_monter][T]22[D]200020000011111101110
 [Volet_hangar_descendre][T]23[D]200020000011111100010

(here I have manually change two "58" to "455".) (BTW, I would expect that there is some way to have iRed to generate that file.)
This can be imported in IrScrutinizer (Import -> IrTrans). Then, I probably made a mistake with Import (it tries to identify as Dish_Network, which appears wrong)), instead select "Import/raw". Then export the raw signals (Export -> Export raw remote), and you have

Code:

Lum4_open: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Lum4_close: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000B 01B1

Lum3_open: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Lum3_close: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Porte1_open: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1

Porte1_close: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1

Porte2_close: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1

Porte2_open: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1

Porte_baie_open: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1

Porte_baie_close: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1

Lum2_open: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Lum2_close: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Volet_garage_monter: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000B 01B1

Volet_garage_descendre: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1

Volet_baie_monter: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Volet_baie_descendre: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000F 028C 000F 028C 000F 028C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Volet_hangar_monter: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1

Volet_hangar_descendre: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000F 037C 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1

Volet_bureau_descendre: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Volet_bureau_monter: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Prise_ventilo_open: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1

Prise_ventilo_close: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1


3FG's approach is extremely clever and systematic, in particular if you want to search for undocumented commands.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 2:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry but your code is not good

If I take

Code:
Prise_ventilo_open: <no decode>
0000 0009 0000 0015 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1


the code creat is

Code:
[N]3[1]24 944[2]24 1424[3]24 1944[RC]2[RP]0[FREQ]243[D]200020000100101101000


but normally it should be
Code:
[N]3[1]24 952[2]24 1440[3]24 1968[RC]1[RP]0[FREQ]455[D]200020000100101101000
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 3:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Barf,
Since the codes appear to have no lead out, I think it is necessary to specify that only one frame should be transmitted. Your hex codes may send multiple frames. Also, the IRTrans documentation says that while timing values are specified in microseconds, the resolution is only 8us. So I chose to average the 24, 32, and 32 us intervals. I doubt that this would matter.

foufouner,
Barfs hex codes have the frequency set to 460KHz, which is as close as Pronto hex can get to 455KHz. I'm not sure how you're coming up with 243KHz. Anyway, as I said to Barf just above, it may be worth trying Barf's codes with the 4 starting numbers changed from 0000 0009 0000 0015 to 0000 0009 0015 0000.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2016 3:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

3FG wrote:


foufouner,
Barfs hex codes have the frequency set to 460KHz, which is as close as Pronto hex can get to 455KHz. I'm not sure how you're coming up with 243KHz. Anyway, as I said to Barf just above, it may be worth trying Barf's codes with the 4 starting numbers changed from 0000 0009 0000 0015 to 0000 0009 0015 0000.

Code:

0000 0009 0015 0000 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 037F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 028F 000B 01B1 000B 01B1 000B 01B1


Is work
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2016 4:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

3FG wrote:
Barf,
Since the codes appear to have no lead out, I think it is necessary to specify that only one frame should be transmitted.

That is a good argument. An even better approach, I think, is to evaluate the RC parameter ("repeat count"). Here is the issue, with fix.

Here is a new build (except the windows setup.exe)

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Is work

Tres bien!
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