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UnityRemote by Gear4 in Pakistan


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Unity's Main Screen

Unity is the main screen of UnityRemote. It shows the various combined remote layouts and Actions you have setup. Press an Action (e.g. Watch Movie) to access the unified remote for a Blu-Ray player, surround sound system and TV, and launch a series of automated steps such as switching on all devices, setting the TV to a specific channel or input and sending a 'play' command.

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Unity Actions

Unity Actions (detail screen)

This 'behind the scenes' screen shows what you have programmed the Watch Movie action to do. In this example, by simply pressing Watch Movie on the main screen, three devices will automatically power on. You can add more steps like 'Go to channel 102' or 'Press play'. The combinations are virtually infinite.

The Unified Remote Screen

Once you have selected an Action, the unified remote screen brings control over several devices into one screen. In this example, you can control the volume of your TV while you press play on your Blu-ray player. All icons can be selected and rearranged to your preference.

Unity Actions
Setup Gestures

Setup Gestures

The best thing about a touch screen is not having to look at it to control your devices. Using gestures, you can swipe or tap your finger to control multiple devices. You could set sliding your finger to the left and right to control volumes on the surround system and swipes up and down to control play/pause on the Blu-Ray player. Double-tap in the center could toggle Mute. It’s up to you, and it’s easy to set up.

Unity Database

UnityRemote includes a wide database of devices. Simply pick the manufacturer in the list, then the type of device (TV, DVD player, DMA player, etc.) and let the software help you set it up. If the manufacturer of your device isn’t in the list, UnityRemote can ‘learn’ new devices by pointing your original remote at it.

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