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VITO Remote for Pocket PC
Posted on 15-Sep-2004 19:10 | Filed under: Software


VITO Remote for Pocket PC
VITO Remote turns your Pocket PC into all-in-one infrared remote control to operate TV, VCR and other home and office equipment. With CCF files support you can download settings for your equipment from the internet, and even use the original remote controls' interface.

VITO Remote supports Consumer IR format and works with majority of home and office equipment. It includes over 50 pre-defined remote controls for popular TVs and VCRs. You can add your own device by training VITO Remote with original remote control.

The program is based on our proprietary Infrared Engine, reliable and stable IR port driver for ARM and XScale based Pocket PC. The beaming range varies from 2 to 8 meters and depends on hardware features of each Pocket PC.

To learn a signal from an original remote control place your handheld and the remote control on a table, facing each other, with about 2-5 inches (5-12cm) in-between. The infrared ports of each device must be facing each other. Switch to edit mode and train each on-screen button with corresponding button on remote control.

VITO Remote will record all acquired commands and store them in created interface. You will be able to share created remotes with your friends or download their remotes to use on your Pocket PC.





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