Chipmunk AV Controller V2.0

home Cinema solutions announced today the release of Chipmunk AV Controller 2.0, a major new release of their popular software controller.

Chipmunk AV Controller is a .NET Windows application capable of controlling audio visual equipment, home cinemas and integrating with general automation set-ups. Chipmunk enables the easy creation of macros and commands to control devices via plugins. Chipmunk can also receive incoming events from equipment. Chipmunk incorporates a Lua scripting engine which has been integrated with Microsoft”s .NET Framework, enabling users to interact with and extend core functionality. A simple plugin API and software development kit makes it easy for .NET developers to create their own plugins using any .NET language such as VB.NET or C#.

This new release targets the latest Microsoft .NET 2.0 framework and comes with an improved user interface, logging manager, and three new plugins. The new logging manager means that Chipmunk can now log incoming events, outgoing commands, and system status messages. The plugin software development kit has been simplified making plugin development even easier. Chipmunk now comes with ten plugins pre-installed.

Chipmunk also comes with a drag-and-drop remote control designer, universal software remote control for the Desktop and Pocket PC, and sample plugin source code for developers. The 30-day evaluation can be downloaded from www.chipmunkav.com/downloads. To coincide with this release, home Cinema solutions have also launched Chipmunk AV Controller Forums.

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