Originally Posted by cardoski
Interested why you need these codes?
For programming into my universal remote control. (Forgive me if you already know this stuff but just in case...)
Without those direct hex codes integrated into a universal remote using macro commands, you have to get to the lens memory settings via using the supplied JVC remote control. As it works with the supplied remote, if you want to save or recall one of the lens memory size settings, to change the size/AR of your image, you have to click through several menu pages to get there.
Having a direct code for each lens memory position allows a universal remote to activate the lens changing with one button press.
In my situation the 10 lens memory feature of my JVC RS57 will be extra beneficial. I use an automated 4-way masking system to alter the size and aspect ratio of my screen, to many different pre-set sizes, depending on the aspect ratio of the movie, or the source quality, etc. I have about 20 pre-set image sizes for my masking. But while my masking sizes
are all executed by a single button press, until now I've had to "manually" re-zoom the image to fit the new screen shape.
By having a direct code for each of the JVC 10 lens memory pre-sets, I can easily integrate that command into the macro commands for my screen masking. So with one button push it sends out the single discrete command for "Lens Memory 3" and while the projector is re-zooming the image, the rest of the macro command changes the screen masking to the right image size. So a single button press/macro command switches both the screen masking size and projector zoom setting together.
It will be fun to have it all finally automated!