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Compro DVB-T300 Hip Interface
"Universal" Compro Remote Interface
Compro2HIP is an application to enable the remote that comes with the Compro DVB-T300 to work with any other, non Compro, applications. The remote will still power up the system when any of the ’three magic buttons’ are pressed.
If you run ComproDTV it will receive the remote button presses until it is shut down, then Compro2HIP will receive them again. Please see the Readme file for more details.
Requires the Generic Interface of HIP.
Contributed by Mark van der Eynden
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1217 Downloads in 2012
Simulate Mouse Movement with HIP
Hipmouse is a utility that can simulate mouse move and keystrokes based on received windows message with two unique features:
(1) Mouse automatic motion. Mouse automatic move starts when "double-click" is detected on any of four mouse directional keys and stops on any key press.
(2) Key operations switching between mouse and keyboard mode. The same buttons can do mouse move and simulate keystrokes (although fully programmable, the same keys are usually assigned to mouse move right/left/up/down in mouse mode and arrow keys right/left/up/down in keyboard mode)
The other advantages:
- keystrokes fully programmable
- mouse speed fully programmable
- no installation/uninstallation necessary
Contributed by Jan Prochazka
HipSend Utility (Console)
Command-Line Utility to Send HIP Commands
Hip Send is a small command-line utility which generates pseudo IR commands for Hip to process.
This was primarily designed to allow the GBPVR ChannelChanger plug-in to generate events that can be processed by Hip.
SYNTAX: HipSend COMMAND [nDelay] [nSize] [nExt]
where COMMAND is the ASCII to Send
nDelay is the optional delay between each command in ms (500ms if not entered)
nSize is the size of the command (padding the value with 0 to the left)
nExt is the IR Code extension that is sent to Hip (1 if not entered)
The optional values are remembered for each subsequent call to the routine
eg: HipSend 10 600 3
will send HIP 3 commands (0,1,0) separated by a 600ms gap.
To teach the command to Hip (normally as a system-wide key) you must use the program to generate each single key you wish to process.
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1070 Downloads in 2012
HipWSend Utility (Windows version)
Windows Utility to Send HIP Commands
HipWSend is a windows version of HipSend that has an easier interface for testing and configuration, and will operate transparently when command line options are used.
The syntax as use is the same as for HipSend
Alternate MCE Remote Control DLL
The device enumerating code in the original MCEIR.DLL can cause conflicts with other USB devices with similar IDs and this version of the MCEIR.DLL file contains checks that ensure that it only connects with the correct device driver.
Users wanting to control the USB version of Nebula’s DigiTV with the MCE Remote control should use this build.
To install, simply unzip the downloaded file over the existing MCEIR.DLL file (installed in the Main Hip Folder).
Contributed by Richard Flay of HyperReality
Meedio with MCE Remote
Configuration file for using Meedio with the MCE remote
You must have the MCE v2 remote installed as per the instructions in the section Tutorial - Setting up and Using the MCE Remote in the Hip Help file.
The key definitions are based on the installed key configuration
Requires HIP version 184.108.40.206 or later
HIP Winter Holiday Skin
Fun Skin for the Hip Holiday Season
Run the file to install a Rudolph-inspired holiday skin for HIP.
You can always go back to another Skin from the Hip Control tab of Preferences (Ctrl-P)
HIP ATI Interface C Source (Freeware)
C Generic Interface Demo
This zip file contains the C source demonstrating how to write a Generic Interface for HIP using the AMMO interface used by ATI.
Contributed by Bernard Sheppard
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1049 Downloads in 2012
HIP ATI Interface Delphi Source (Freeware)
Delphi Generic Interface Demo
This zip file contains the Delphi source demonstrating how to write a Generic Interface for HIP using the AMMO interface used by ATI.
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938 Downloads in 2012
HIP X10 RF PC Remote Girder GML File (Freeware)
Girder X10 GML File
This file is a Girder GML file that uses the X10/ATI Girder plugin to send commands from Girder to HIP. You must have this plugin installed along with the SendMessage plugin, and HIP should be configured to use the GENERIC interface.
Contributed by Paul Ellery