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In this section: These systems employ completely original artwork for a truly unique remote control layout.

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Original Design Systems
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Andy's iMac-Style Remote
Added by andye26 | 2013 | 5,614 views
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Converted from my TSU7000 to suit my TSU9400. Most of the graphics have stayed the same, just a few tweeks needed here and there, also found PEP3 a bit tricky to get my head around at first.

I've had this file kicking around for a couple of years (should of shared it earlier) but recently needed to make some changes to it so thought now would be a good time.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Aura Contest Entry Update
Added by Noel Blackman | 2008 | 4,949 views
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An update to my Pronto Professional contest entry with changes made to the buttons transparency so they work correctly. The buttons worked perfect in the emulator, but not on the actual remote as 100% transparent areas are ignored. This caused 90%+ of the buttons in Aura to not respond. All have been fixed and tested to work perfectly. If you have any questions, please let me know.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Blue v3.0
Added by ScottGrimes | 2011 | 14,232 views
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I completely overhauled my interface (previously XPronto SCUBA Edition) in an attempt to make the remote easier for my wife to use.

I've modeled my Home/Splash screen after the HTC Hero phone with a large digital clock and current weather conditions. You can go to the full 5-day forecast (located in a different activity) by pressing on the weather icon area.

The main activities page incorporates large icons to quickly and easily navigate to the device you wish to control. I have incorporated both device and state tracking. This allows you to navigate to settings (audio and video) or weather sections and quickly return to your current device. The device state tracking will keep track of witch inputs you are using for both the display and receiver. If you navigate to either the display input section of receiver input section, a blue light will be displayed on the input button for your current device.

The animation for the 'Making system adjustments' and 'Shutting the system down' sections turned out quite nicely. There is both a blue ball that travels from the remote icon to the screen as well as a fuzzy white pulse that travels along the progress bar as commands are being sent... (more)
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Claudio Santulli's XCF v1.03
Added by Claudio Santulli | 2009 | 16,840 views
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Version 1.03 is based on my previous 5.03 NG PCF file. Changed the layout and funtionality to fit the new TSU 9400. Added new prontoscript functions like:
  • Rotarywheel page scrolling and DVR transport.
  • Dual function script for the hard power button. (system on/of by using a long or short press)
Contains a large image library of fullscreen background images. Contains lots of new custom made buttons and modified buttons. Contains New HD digital sound format logos and Dutch Channel logos. This file is build with PEP 1.1 for now, so opening it in PEP2 will result in loss of all non database codes en macro's. It's still work in progress, but feel free the use all of it!
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Contest Entry #01: Roger Wilco 2099
Added by Tom Molstad | 2007 | 2,831 views
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A retro, sci-fi-inspired interface featuring:

  • Eye popping, colorful 3D graphics!
  • A variety of button shapes and sizes.
  • Multi-colored background to mix things up.
  • Button templates to help maintain constant button placement.
  • Intergraded channel logo buttons.
  • Greeble and gizmos accents to help customize and make every page unique.
  • Background accents to help define logical user spaces.
  • All original Photoshop, Illustrator and Lightwave files available to customize even further.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Contest Entry #02: Prototypes
Added by André du Fresne | 2007 | 4,567 views
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GRAND PRIZE WINNER! The idea behind Prototypes is: how might a hard-buttoned remote control look if it were designed specifically for watching TV, DVD or PVR?

Change stations from an elegant chrome sphere placed on your couch table, control your DVD player via a device that is quite similar to today’s business phones, or switch your PVR with a PDA-like gadget. Or wouldn’t a keychain remote control for your receiver be pretty cool?

Prototypes features elegant near-photorealistic graphics, dynamic transitions, help screens for every device and intuitive navigation. If you don’t own a TSU9600 to test this on, please don’t only watch the graphics on the simulator, but take a peek at the full resolution graphics.

I hope you like this design – any feedback would be gladly appreciated!
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Contest Entry #03: Drop-Down Simple
Added by Richard Lass | 2007 | 2,038 views
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The basic concept for this configuration is to mimic drop-down menus. Any device can be accessed and controlled from any page on the remote. This method is very straight forward and universally understood by anyone who used a computer making it very easy for friends, family, or children to pick up and use with little instruction.

As the rules suggested, I focused on graphics and navigation rather than making sure it had working codes and macros everywhere. All graphics were done with Photoshop and with a couple of master PSDs, adding or changing graphical elements is very easy. I attempted to place the most commonly used commands on hard buttons to avoid using the screen as much as possible.

I had planned on using recorded voice-overs instead of text for “HELP” prompts, but ecided to skip this for now as the simulator will not play them back. I also no longer think it’s necessary, as this configuration is “Drop-Down Simple”!
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Contest Entry #04: Simplify
Added by Noel Blackman | 2007 | 2,760 views
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FIFTH RUNNER UP! Most small systems consist of only a few devices like a receiver, cable/sat box, DVD player, CD Changer and a video game system. There are included pages for lighting control, audio, and video adjustments as well. You can quickly program this template for your own system or for one of your customers and is self explanatory using activity buttons that are highlighted on each source page so you will always know where you are.

By placing the activity buttons on every page, this design takes advantage of systems that may not include an RF base. If you choose an activity and the IR command didn't get to the device, you can simply choose the activity a second time without having to back to the home page and select the button again. This design is very customer friendly and was intentionally designed to have less buttons on the source control pages by using the only the most commonly used commands for each device. There are additional sized buttons to copy and paste in case you need to include more functions or change a device page.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Contest Entry #05: XPronto SCUBA Edition
Added by ScottGrimes | 2007 | 3,320 views
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SECOND PLACE WINNER! The following file is based on my SCUBA-themed configuration that I use for my Marantz RC9500. However, all of the graphics have been completely redone to accommodate the Pronto TSU9600 graphics capabilities (when importing the PCF file into the Pronto Professional program all the graphics became very tiny). Because the remote uses a widescreen display, I decided to base the page navigation within each device on the XBOX 360 dashboard. You navigate the tabs (or also known as ‘blades’ for those familiar with the XBOX 360) by using the page up and down buttons located to the left of the screen. The ‘blades’ themselves are currently not active (i.e., cannot be directly accessed by pressing on them), but will become so at a later date when I have more time to complete the file.

I am an avid SCUBA diver and so the background pictures are themed after this. However, with not too much difficulty, the pictures can be changed to whatever you wish.

The Home page will allow you to: 1) power the entire system down, 2) access power for all devices in the system, 2) access to lighting control and drapes, 4) the remote setup page – for... (more)
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Contest Entry #06: Simplicity
Added by Jean-Michel Rendu | 2007 | 6,625 views
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My user interface is called Simplicity, and it provides easy control over environment lighting through the Pronto’s hard buttons – which are also used to provide easy channel time shifting with only three keys, Pause, Play and Stop (the DVR is not directly accessible and is only used for time shifting). The Canal Satellite layout is full of favorite channels sorted by genre. Graphics are particularly easy to understand.

Advanced macros will turn on necessary devices (plasma TV, DVD, amplifier, etc.) and turn off unused ones (DVR, etc.) whenever a video source is selected, while selecting audio will turn off video devices (DVR, etc.) and power the amplifier.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
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