This tab is used to define programs available when using the set-top box remote control feature. In general, this feature will be configured by Volicon Media Intelligence service Support.
Services are a list of programs available on the STB. To add a new service, select <Services> and click on the <Add> icon. This opens a new pane to the right of the screen. Enter the desired name of the new service and indicate whether it is linear or scripted. Linear mode simply selects a particular STB channel. Scripted mode runs a script under the control of Volicon Media Intelligence service to send commands to the STB.
Bouquets are a collection of services that allows you to refer to applicable services as a group, rather than reference them individually. To create a new bouquet, manually click the <Add> icon. This opens a new pane to the right of the screen. Enter the desired name of the bouquet and its descriptive information. Use the <Services> dropdown to associate previously defined services with the bouquet.
Volicon Media Intelligence service allows you to use the electronic program guide (EPG) to create a bouquet. Click the <Add new bouquet from EPG> icon. Enter the name and optional descriptive text for the bouquet. Specify country, postal code and lineup (delivery method) to select the list of available services. The services list defaults to all services. Uncheck services to remove them from the bouquet.
Scripting is used to send pre-canned messages to the STB. To create a new script, select <Scripts> and click on the <Add> icon. This opens a new pane to the right of the screen. Enter the desired name of the script and descriptive information. In the script box, type the script commands.
The STB associates an image of the physical remote control and defines hot zones to allow the user to manually control the STB. To create a new STB, select <STB> and click on the <Add> icon. This opens a new pane to the right of the screen. Enter the STB name. Upload the remote control image-mapping file and IR command file. If desired, enter an initial and end command sequence to be pre-pended and post-pended to commands.