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CMJ – Triggers

Triggers A macro can contain one or more triggers. A Trigger is something that would cause the macro to run. Examples of triggers are voice command, iOS or Android App, joystick or 3Dconnexion controller keydown/keyup/keycombo or externally generated app triggers. You can manage your triggers by either right-clicking in the trigger list, or by clicking …

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CMJ – Scripts

Scripts A macro can contain one or more script commands. When a macro is triggered, each script command is executed in order from top to bottom. Script commands typically send joystick button presses, keyboard key presses, mouse button presses and mouse axis data to the game. Some script commands don’t send anything to the game …

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CMJ – Architecture

Architecture ControlMyJoystick accepts triggering actions by microphone (voice commands), 3Dconnexion controller, joysticks and 3rd Party App Triggers.  When a valid trigger is detected, a macro executes one or more script commands.  The script commands can send keyboard keystrokes, mouse movements and button presses and joystick axis and button presses to a game.  You can also …

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CMN – Web Browser

Web Browser You can control many program features with commands issued by a web page. It can use any device that has a browser. Setting the Trigger Go to the Triggers menu and select ‘Web’. In the Web tab, set the IP Address and Port for the web server. ControlMyNikon has a built-in web server …

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CMN – Voice Command

Voice Command You can trigger the shutter with with a spoken word by using the Sound Trigger. It uses Windows Speech Recognition. Initial one-time setup Shut down ControlMyNikon. Plug your microphone into your computer. Configure the microphone in the Windows control panel Sound applet. Configure and train the speech recognition using the control panel Speech …

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CMN – TCP/IP

TCP/IP You can control many program features with actions sent by another program by using the TCP/IP network protocol. There is a free demo app that is used for testing the trigger.  It is a single .exe file.  Just run it and follow the instructions.  The instructions are also listed here below: https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/tetherscript/TCPIPTriggerGenerator.zip The TCP/IP …

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CMN – Sound

Sound You can trigger the shutter with sound by using the Sound Trigger. It can use any microphone that is configured to work with Windows. Initial one-time setup Shut down ControlMyNikon. Plug your microphone into your computer. Configure the microphone in the Windows control panel Sound applet. Once you have confirmed it is working, shut …

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CMN – Powerpoint Remote

Powerpoint Remote Triggering the shutter and other commands can be achieved by mapping a Powerpoint remote button to a command, giving you an inexpensive remote that can be used during live view. Powerpoint remotes act like a mini-keyboard and their buttons can be mapped to commands. Mapping a Powerpoint Remote button as a Shortcut Plug …

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CMN – Capturing Images

Capturing Images You to adjust certain camera settings and initiate image capture by the following methods. Press the shutter release button on the camera body. Click the Capture, Shoot or AF and Shoot button. Keyboard shortcuts Web Trigger Sound Trigger Speech Trigger TCP/IP Trigger Live View Motion Trigger DSUSB HDR Workflow Pulse Workflow Burst Workflow …

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