Originally Posted by whirly
Then search Remote Central for the CCF files that include your particular device.
Here is a list of CCF files organized by brand. I don't see any Accurian stuff there, though.http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin...evices&br=&fc=
I did try out a couple CCF file codes, and made my ReplayTV change channels on my TV through the IR blaster. Not a very useful function, but it provides proof of concept and made me smile.
The quality of the learned code does matter. You may run out of symbols and get "?" in the decode for low quality learned codes. (for example, encodings 801600a3 and 801700a3 might both show up on a poor quality recording, but they are functionally equivalent). In such a case you can manually fix things up by remapping the 1-offs back to 0 or 1 as appropriate. A properly learned code should typically include a lead-in symbol (= is appropriate) followed by a string of 1's and 0's, followed by a lead-out symbol. Repeated sections typically do not have a lead-in code, as the lead-in would be part of the initial (fixed) sequence.
1) Find a CCF file with your device from the above link
2) load the CCF file into ProntoEdit4
3) double-click the panels to find the number keys and enter and power
(note also the "Properties" has some hard key mappings which may include power)
4) double-click a number on the panel, then click the "Set IR".
(May also need to click "View IR" if the "IR code" isn't already visible)
5) Select and copy (Ctrl+C) the "IR code" from that box
6) Click the two cancel buttons to close the two dialog boxes
7) Go to the RID File Editor program, and click "HEX" button next to the corresponding digit
8) Repeat steps 4-7 for all 10 digits and Enter and Power
9) Set "unknown" to 30 and type to "Cable" and enter a code number (1000 is appropriate)
10) Save this to a RID file.
Enter and Power are not always necessary. Enter is only used if "send enter" is selected on the ReplayTV, and power is only used during testing/code assignment.
Once a RID file is created, you can use the WiRNS GetShellCmds function to copy the files to the ReplayTV, as described in http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=477427