in the older tc versions it was possible to set presets via trc5 or touch. Then there was the possibility to configure the presets to be loaded on boot or wakeup. To configure this I had to go to "configuration" > "advanced configuration" > "standby". There I saw the following option to configure:
I just checked a C-Series codec and I have the listed 4 actions you mention, however for my EX60 I only have the other 2. I can understand for an EX series, as that camera is fixed and isn't controled via a motor to set presets etc (ie: Boot, Standby, or Wakeup Actions). As far as the MX series, I don't know or can't say, don't have one to look at or never touched one.
Hi Patrick, thank you for testing. I agree, on a EX60 this make sense, but on a MX300 it doesn't make sense to me. Has anyone else a MX300 / MX200 or a SX20 to test it? In the past all systems show the same GUI. Now it seems to be differentiated.
Hi, but I think this should be fixed because it should act the way like before. I also mentioned that the camera on MX300 with TC6.2 does sometimes not drive to the privacy position or to the default position.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.