Import Bus Missing Channel
Pulls items from the inventory it is pointed at and places them into the ME Network's Networked Storage. You can specify which items it will pull out via the UI, else it tries to pull out any item in the adjacent inventory. The ME Import Bus will attempt to import any possible options, even if 1 or more of the configured items cannot be stored. The ME Import Bus requires a channel to function.
Import Bus Missing Channel
The ME Interface is a block added by Applied Energistics 2 and Applied Energistics mods. It allows the ME Network to interact with machines, transport pipes and tubes. A player can configure certain items to be exported from the ME Network and it will import the output from machines and transport systems. The ME Interface is also used in conjunction with the automated crafting feature of the ME Network. By placing an Encoded Pattern into the Patterns inventory or into the appropriate ME Interface Terminal inventory, to process up to 9 Recipes via up to 6 Molecular Assembler or machines as per the Network's crafting jobs . Using a Wrench on an Interface, will change the direction that items are sent by crafting requests, shown by arrows on the sides.
You can subscribe and publish to channels on a bus. A channel isbit like a unique identifier within the bus. When a message ispublished to a channel, the bus will dispatch the message toall subscribers for that channel.
The import bits is that the cherrypy.Tool constructorallows you to register to a hook point but, to attach thesame tool to a different hook point, you must use thecherrypy.request.hooks.attach method.The cherrypy.Tool._setupmethod is automatically called by CherryPy when the toolis applied to the request.
Edit the report, then click Resources > Manage Added Filters to see if there are any filter properties in the report. If there are, check their setup to make sure that's not the cause of the missing data.
Connectors based on fixed schemas, which includes many of the Google product connectors, may not deliver all the fields of the underlying data set. If your data source appears to be missing fields that you know are in the original product, it's possible that field is not supported in Looker Studio. You can check the issue tracker to see if the field has already been requested, or if not, file a feature request.
Improved QuickTime H.264 PerformanceThe Avid Video Engine has improved playback performance with a wide variety of H.264 QuickTime files. Please visit the following knowledge base for details, Avid-qualified video rates, rasters, and codecs for Pro Tools.Dolby Audio Bridge Support for 130 Outputs (Pro Tools Ultimate only)Pro Tools now supports 130 outputs via Core Audio when used in conjunction with the Dolby Atmos Production Suite and the Dolby Audio Bridge. 128 channels can be used for beds and objects, while the additional 2 may be used for sending LTC. This streamlines setup procedures and helps facilitate the use of Dolby Atmos tools in a self-contained local environment. It also allows for accurate Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC), as well as easier session interchange between Pro Tools systems working with the Dolby Cinema RMU or Dolby Atmos Mastering Suite.Note: This feature is intended for smaller mixes or editorial where the CPU load can be handled on a single system. For larger more demanding mixes, or if the SYNC HD is needed, the Dolby Mastering Suite or Cinema RMU may be more appropriate.It is important that device clocking is configured appropriately when using the Dolby Audio Bridge. This is will prevent audible artifacts. For more information on this, including a workaround, please visit: -Audio-Bridge-with-external-hardware-artifactsMulti-Stem Bounce in a Single File (Pro Tools Ultimate only)For localization (dub) mixes, Netflix requires a 5.1 and Stereo (LoRo) deliverable in a single file. This has historically been accomplished by dragging these two stem formats onto a single 7.1 track before exporting. You may now export multiple stems into a single Wave file. When BWF (.WAV) is selected as the File Type, Interleaved is the File Format, and multiple Bounce Source stems are used, a new Delivery Format selector will appear. The Delivery Format selector has two options:
The resulting file will have each stem in WavEXT channel order, with an additional iXML stem/channel definition embedded in the file. When Pro Tools imports one of these files, it will stay as a single interleaved file, as long as the channel count is below 32, otherwise it will be split into mono files. In all cases, the stems will be represented in the clip list as their own autonomous multi-channel clip, just as if they were each their own file.Steep Breakpoint Smoothing Time PreferenceThe Steep Breakpoint Smoothing Time preference (Preferences > Mixing) lets you set a minimum delay time in milliseconds to help avoid pops or clicks due to abrupt changes in volume or pan automation.
Added a checkbox in Import Session Data to "Only Include Clips on Timeline." This will prevent certain cases where many offline clips will be seen after import. See the Pro Tools Reference Guide for further details. (PT-244513)
Enabled reading/writing of SMPTE ID's in .wav files. This helps files relink more reliably when importing AAF's that contain both a unique ID and SMPTE ID. SMPTE ID's can also workaround any problems with duplicate or missing unique ID's. (PT-249146)
Fixed a crash when Importing Session Data from a session that contains busses from a session that has the same internal bus ID's, and name, as the destination session, but a different channel format. This could result from creating sessions from a template and changing the format in the template at a later time. (PT-252944)
In CAN channel setup you are going to find a setup screen for each of the CAN ports that are present on the connected Dewesoft device with a list of all the CAN messages and channels that are on the selected CAN port.
In CAN channel setup on CAN 1 port which was previously set up on read/write/acknowledge has to be selected. With the Add Tx button we define a new message that is going to be transmitted on to the CAN bus. This message is going to transmit sine and cosine signals that we created in the math channel setup. In message dialog we define global message settings and can define channels that are going to be carried by the message data field.
Create a new transmission message with the name User_Message. Change the DLC to 1 Byte and select On button message scheduling. As the Button channel select the user input channel that was created previously.Add a channel and name it User_Value_on_CAN, as value type select channel and assign user input channel Value_0_100 as the value provider. User input channel goes from 0 to 100 and is always positive. Select an Unsigned value type, specify data field length as 8.
Definition of read-only messages is fairly similar to transmission message definitions. To define a new channel a new read-only message has to be added. For the correct reception of data read-only messages have to have the same setup in terms of CAN message formatting, message ID, and message data field structure.
As we can see on Image 41 there is no message scheduling but there is a time delay if we want to compensate CAN delay when we are storing the data. Transmit delay is nicely shown in the chapter 'How to measure with CAN channels?'.In channel setup there is no need to define channel value. There is an additional option regarding channel signal type which offers three options: Regular signal, Multiplexor signal, and Multiplexed signal. This is an additional option that enables the reception and identification of different variables in CAN messages with the same message ID as data channels on their own.
Message and channel copying is implemented in CAN channel setup to avoid mistakes and reduce the time required when similar channels are being defined. Either messages or channels can be copied. Copying works even from one CAN port to another.For our example a specific form of copying from port to port exists that enables quick read-only message definition by copying transmit messages on to the second CAN port and swapping message property from transmission to read-only.
In CAN channel setup we can see that there is no message transmission of the User input channel "Value_0_100". The reason for it is that it is transmitted only when a user clicks on a visual control that has a User input channel defined on it. This was defined in the CAN message setup where message scheduling was set to the "On button" option. For this to work the measurement screen has to be properly set up.Go to the Measure tab and the enable Design mode as it is shown on the Image 44. In design mode add two displays where one will be used to view channels that are transmitted periodically - Recorder display and one will be used to monitor the user input channel - Input control display, where changing the value of the User input channel is possible.
The "Input control display" settings have to be changed. And the user input channel "Value_0_100" has to be assigned to the Input control display visual control. "Input control display" should be set to the "Control channel" display type with the "Control channel" set to "Vertical slider". Slider minimum and maximum should be changed from 0 to 100. To assign the user input channel to the slider with the slider selected click on the User input "Value_0_100" channel in the channel tree view on the right.
CAN database DBC files are common files for CAN message and channel definitions.A DBC file for the DS-VGPS device is included with each Dewesoft X installation. Messages from this DBC can be included alongside messages that were defined in the example. In CAN channel setup (CAN port isn't important) click on the Import button, where you can import DBC, ARXML and XML files.