Generator Commands Part 4

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PHYSTRK [-s (sector_size)] [-eccedc] [-scramble]

PHYSTRK -d (target_id) -b (bus_id)

Parameters: Name of the physical image file to create. [-d] Create the physical image on a raw (SCSI) hard disk instead of a file. Bus ID of of a raw (SCSI) hard disk, on which to create the physical image. Target ID of of a raw (SCSI) hard disk, on which to create the physical image. Number of bytes per sector to write: 2048, 2336, 2340 or 2352. For audio only 2352 is valid. [-eccedc] Forces calculation of ECC/EDC information, if the sector size is 2336, 2340 or 2352. This onlyapplies to data tracks. [-scramble] Forces scrambling of data sectors, only if sector size 2352 is specified.

Description: Assuming you have selected a volume and a track, PHYSTRK creates a physical image file of this track.

PHYSVOL [(file_name)]

Parameters: Optional physical file name that may include a full path.

Description: Creates the physical image files of the selected volume.

RENAME

Parameters: File or directory name in the virtual volume. New file or directory name.

Description: Renames or moves a directory or file in the virtual image.

RM [-r]

Parameters: Name of the file to delete in the currently selected volume and track. [-r] Recursively delete.

Description: Deletes the specified file(s) from the virtual track image.

RMDIR

Parameters: Existing directory name in a virtual image, wildcards are not allowed.

Description: Deletes the specified directory from the selected (data) track in the current volume.

SELTRK

Parameters: Track number between 1 and the number of tracks in the volume.

Description: Selects an existing track in a selected GEAR volume.

SELVOL

Parameters: Volume to select.

Description: Selects an existing volume.

SETGENPARMS

Parameters: Name of the parameter to set. New value to assign to the parameter.

Description: Changes one of the current parameters of the generator module.

SETTRACKPARMS

Parameters: Name of the parameter to set. New value to assign to the parameter.

Description: Sets the parameters for the currently selected track, that has already been created with NEWTRK command.

SETVCDITEMPROP -ID [-PAR (ParentItemID)] [-PREVL (PrevItemID)] [-NEXTL (NextItemID)] [-DEFTL (DefItemID)] [-RETNL (ReturnListID)] [-TIMOL (TimeOutItemID)] [-WTTO (TimeVal)] [-LCJT (LCJTVal)]

Parameters: -ID Required. [-PAR (ParentItemID)] THook the child-item (ItemID) into the parent item (ParentItemID). [-PREVL (PrevItemID)] Playing the item (ItemID) and pressing 'previous', then the selection list associated with is played (this can be one item or a menu). [-NEXTL (NextItemID)] Playing the item (ItemID) and pressing 'next', then the selection list associated with is played (this can be one item or a menu). [-DEFTL (DefItemID)] When waiting for interaction (user input) during item (ItemID) and pressing play, then theselection list associated with is played (this can be one item or a menu). [-RETNL (ReturnListID)] The ID of the item being jumped to when 'return' is being selected. [-TIMOL (TimeOutItemID)] When the play item wait time (WTTO) has been specified, the player accepts user input. [-WTTO (TimeVal)] If the wait time for time-out is set to TimeVal then the player - after playing the item - thefollowing nr of seconds: TimeVal == 0xff then wait for interaction. TimeVal > 60 and $ff then wait (TimeVal-60)*10+60 seconds. TimeVal > 0 and TimeVal == 0 then do not wait. [-LCJT (LCJTVal)] The Loop-Count and Jump-Timing value specifies nr of times the item will be displayed and the behavior when the user interacts:bit 0..6 = Loop Count: 0 Infinite 1-127 Loop Count bit 7 = Jump Timing: 0 Stop playing the item and jump to the selected item 1 Wait until completion of playing the item and jump to the selected item. Loop count is ignored.

Description: This command is to be called after STARTVCDCREATION and before STOPVCDCREATION.

SETVOLPARMS

Parameters: Name of the parameter to set. New value to assign to the parameter.

Description: Changes the current volume settings used by the generator engine, valid for the currently selected GEAR volume.

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