|Originally posted by silverbug_TX|
Technically, there is a 'drag & drop' software for AMX programming, but it's not very practical. It sets things up the way it thinks the equipment will be hooked up (as far as macro commands, etc.) but is not very flexible to change after that. You have to use more code-based software to do the fancier stuff that makes a system work really smooth and intuitively.
BTW, I do AMX and Crestron programming for a living, so I'm pretty familiar with this stuff...
|Originally posted by jbraglia|
I don't want to belittle any AMX or Crestron programmers out there. These units are capable of many elaborate and powerful functions and I can see the time it would take to program them. But for what I needed I was very capable of programming with NO formal programming experience.