How It Works - RMM provides controls to manage and monitor operations of Sound Mill and Video Mill over a local computer network (wireless or wired). The user interface can be locked for kiosk use by untrained users (Figure 2), or unlocked to expose more features for operation by a knowledgable administrator.
Scenario 1 - As a Simple Media Player, RMM will allow untrained users to play music or videos from a remote event room using the locked user interface (UI). Provide RMM on a wireless tablet to event management personnel or place a kiosk device on a table for event attendees to play selections themselves. You can decide which control buttons to expose to novice users (play, stop, pause, resume, etc).
Scenario 2 - As an Administrator Management Console, RMM can manage and monitor multiple, remote instances of Sound Mill and/or Video Mill from a central office location using the Admin user interface (Figure 5).
Scenario 3 - A Voice Interface via computer microphone allows for spoken words to play media (Figure 8).
Expose all the tools of the user interface to monitor and control multiple remote instances of Sound Mill and/or Video Mill. They could be in another room or building, as long as the computers have access to the local network.
The Voice Interface allows you to use the computer microphone to speak commands to play cues. You apply Voice Phrases to each Cue in the Cue-List. When the Voice engine recognizes the spoken Phrase, RMM will execute the associated Cue. Cues can trigger audio or video via network connections to Sound Mill and Video Mill. Example: "Play Bear Mountain", "Stop Bear Mountain", "Pause Bear Mountain", "Resume Bear Mountain".
50+ National Language variations are supported (English, Française, Español, Deutsche,... etc).
See the Voice Interface help page for detailed information.
Remote Media Manager (RMM) works with these product releases.
- Sound Mill V.r 3.31 or later. (Ultimate edition only)
- Video Mill V.r 2.38 or later. (Ultimate edition only)